EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 T2, 80+ TITANIUM 1000W, Fully Modular, EVGA ECO Mode, 10 Year Warranty , Includes FREE Power On Self Tester,

(10 customer reviews)

$310.99

Brand EVGA
Connector Type 24-pin
Output Wattage 1000 Watts
Form Factor ATX
Wattage 1000 watts
Cooling Method Air
Item Dimensions LxWxH 7.09 x 5.91 x 3.35 inches
Item Weight 10.2 Pounds
Power Supply Design Full Modular
Fan Size 140 Millimeters

  • EVGA 1000 T2 – “Nothing Beats Titanium”
  • 80 PLUS Titanium certified, with 94% (115VAC) / 96% (220VAC~240VAC) efficiency or higher under typical loads
  • Fan Size / Bearing: 140mm Double Ball Bearing
  • Heavy­duty protections, including OVP (Over Voltage Protection), UVP (Under Voltage Protection), OCP (Over Current Protection), OPP (Over Power Protection), SCP (Short Circuit Protection), and OTP (Over Temperature Protection)
  • 10 Year and unparalleled EVGA Customer Support
SKU: B018JYHGQE

Description

EVGA SuperNOVA T2 Power Supplies offer unmatched efficiency and performance. These units feature an unbelievable 94+ efficiency, along with EVGA ECO mode to deliver absolutely zero fan noise during low to medium load operations. Backed by an award winning 10 year , and 100% Japanese capacitor design, the EVGA SuperNOVA T2 series deliver unbeatable performance.


From the manufacturer

Additional information

Weight 10.2 kg
Dimensions 7.09 × 5.91 × 3.35 cm
Brand

EVGA

Item model number

220-T2-1000-X1

Item Weight

10.2 pounds

Product Dimensions

7.09 x 5.91 x 3.35 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

7.09 x 5.91 x 3.35 inches

Color

Black

ASIN

B018JYHGQE

Date First Available

November 24 2015

UNSPSC Code

43201503

Manufacturer

EVGA

10 reviews for EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 T2, 80+ TITANIUM 1000W, Fully Modular, EVGA ECO Mode, 10 Year Warranty , Includes FREE Power On Self Tester,

  1. Ron Singleton

    Product lasted 10 months. Loud poping sound followed by …Product lasted 10 months. Loud popping sound followed by a burnt electrical smell. To It’s credit it tried to restart my pc but I quickly shut it down. Also to its credit my system wasn’t hurt and seems to work/game fully on my old power supply. I will update this after I RMA.Edit 2 > They (Denied) me my warranty because of an installation paint scuff(pictured). I’ve been a loyal customer for over 10 years. I regret buying my 1080ti from them. I’ll find a brand that is loyal to it’s customers. Very disappointed here.Edit 3 > I rated this to 3 again. I’ve had PSU’s destroy everything when they go bad and yours didn’t. That’s worth points.After the bad reviews and pictures the same day EVGA contacted me with a refund. It shouldnt need to go this far but it is what it is. Love EVGA graphics cards. I’ll return for more of those.Bad experience with the PSU. EVGA should probably consider stronger consumer confidence tactics in regards to these. Just me two cents.

  2. M. Bartik

    Fried all my componentsI installed the power supply as directed in their instructions. Flipped the on switch, and it sent a lightning bolt through all my GPUs and motherboard. Tried to work with their customer support to make this right, but they said it wasn’t their fault, so I am out all of the components their faulty hardware destroyed. They are sending me a replacement but why would I use their power supply in a system twice? I don’t trust the product anymore. After talking to more people in the PC component community, they are urging me to stay away from EVGA models above 1000. So if you have a beautiful computer you use for work or gaming and need more power, I would be really hesitant about getting the EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 T2.

  3. Random Customer

    Works fine, but brain-dead cable design makes this a component killerEVGA decided to go with a different cable pin-out for their component cables. This means you can only use the included cables, or need to buy aftermarket cable “packs” made by… you guessed it, EVGA. What’s worse, and unforgivable, is that the new pinout will DESTROY any hard drive connected via SATA. Poof, its gone. Done.Who in the right mind would re-design a cable in this way, when every other PSU manufacturer have identical pinouts? Try this on a Corsair with a different company cable? No worries.Luckily I only lost an old 1 Gig drive before learning this, but unfortunately, this now means I have to go scrambling online to buy “EVGA specific” power cables anytime I need to connect something new, lest I destroy it with one ill-thought connection.The PSU itself has worked fine, but the cabling fiasco has guaranteed I won’t buy EVGA products again in any category, because I might have to hold on to the included cables like precious arks of the covenant that won’t destroy expensive equipment.

  4. RFM

    A “Bear” of a Power SupplyThis unit is big – no it’s really big, we barely got it into the case and then due to baffles in that case there was no room for wire geography. It is 1600 watts so the size may be understandable. One thing that is VERY important with this (and other +1500 watt) units is the cables supplied. This comes with, I believe, 16 gauge cables. The majority of power supplies use 18 gauge cables (in case your not aware the lower number is a thicker cable – normal house wiring is 12 gauge). so don’t substitute a cable you have lying around. Also you cannot use any of the extension cables listed as they are all 18 gauge. We normally build with custom made cables, made to size, so 16 gauge is not an issue. If you power your motherboard, using this power supply, and happen to use an 18 gauge cable it will be a problem. At best the cable will melt, at worst your motherboard will be damaged.Anyway, this is a good 1600 watt power supply, but when all is said and done we prefer the Be Quite 1500 watt which at this time is a more sophisticated unit, and BTW smaller. But that unit has unique cables also because it uses proprietary plugs & cables.

  5. Randyman

    This EVGA Supernova 850 T2, 80+ Titanium 850W, Fully Modular is the best supply in its class!Dunno why, but in the last month I had two brand new supplies fail in a row. Both $150 range Corsair and EVGA 850s that showed up already defective or failed within minutes. The Corsair took an entire new build out with it. The EVGA showed up with a funky 12v rail right out of the box. Doesn’t say much about quality control anymore does it? These days the manufacturer name doesn’t mean as much, it is the actual model that sets them apart, or not. And there is no way to build right cheaper! Every review out there puts this EVGA Supernova 850 T2, 80+ Titanium 850W, Fully Modular at the top of the game. Yeah, its a hundred papers more than most. I learned the hard way that extra cash can be lost in a heartbeat by convincing yourself that good is good enough when looking at reviews and weighing it against the risk. My motto is to give yourself some head room on any build by sizing things over your needs for a ton of reasons. The core being the power supply and most if not all computer builders will tell you to add in a good 100W over your power needs to build a safety margin. Lots of posts out there describing the tech why’s. Then do your homework! Start reading reviews. Pretty much like the foundation in your house if it has any fault the entire house is worthless. What sane builder would build a home on a foundation others have had fail? I get trying to save a few bucks, we all do. BUT. Those few extra coins you may save buying a decent supposedly good enough supply ‘may’ pay off, but what if it doesn’t? Nothing like a great smoke show on a new $3K computer to sober a guy up! Don’t be me. Trust me, I will never do it that way ever again. Do this! Buy this truly great power supply, and do it right. Don’t just read the reviews and justify your purchase with risk. Every other supply model out there has had failures! Bar none! This model however is as bullet proof as they can come. Then you have ease of mind tossing your gnarly hard earned power hungry money pit on top of it.

  6. Average Joe

    CPU connectors does not match motherboard pattern… user manual was “useless”I would have give 5 stars but the patterns on the CPU power connectors do not match the standard 8pin CPU power socket on the motherboard (see attached picture). One of the 4pin connector match the patterns and the other has all rounded bottoms. I had to use a voltmeter to figure it out. Then I learn 2 things. 1) rounded pins fits in the square sockets and 2) 12v pins and ground pins were in the correct position. So I dared connecting the all round connectors into the mixed round and square and I didn’t fried my motherboard nor my CPU… Shame on you EVGA. At that price you could at least explain it in the user manual.

  7. Michael

    If you are considering it get it.The PS works great, I have witnessed the built in protection at least twice now with the high end EVGA power supplies. Had “dirty” power one day after a black out and the EVGA power supplies protected the computer by not turning on when the power was restored but of low quality. My cheaper Rosewill lacked any protection in comparison to combat the “dirty” power when it was restored. I also recently had my first RMA experience with EVGA, which is kind of inevitable when buying many of a companies product. The customer service experience was quick, easy, and I am expecting my replacement part tomorrow which will place the entire replacement process at 7 business days. Personally I will be sticking with EVGA for the foreseeable future when it comes to high quality power supplies and graphics cards.

  8. Concerned Terran

    Your own local Nuclear Power Plant with unilimited fuel. Overclocking without mystery crashes. Power to spare!Monster power supply with every reasonably imaginable type of cable to plug in for your power needs.4-molex cable2-sata and 2-molex cableVideo header cables4-sata cable(s)Fun nice packaging, also.All cables and ports clearly labeled for no confusion.Cables are plenty long for my Thor full-tower gaming case.I do not anticipate needing any power upgrades any time soonNow the wide world of high-performance-per-buck AMD comes into view. I can get twin GPU’s, processor, 32GB of RAM, and a motherboard for about what a new Intel processor, RAM, and MB would cost. AMD uses more power, but slaughters Intel and Nvidia in the performance-per-buck wars. Already looking at my next build, and this power supply opens up a whole new world of available power. I could even go triple Crossfire! 350 Watts each for the AMD’s would be 1050W and still leave tons of room for the CPU! This rig has more than four ports for graphics card power. Impressive.Buy one and never fear a power shortage again!

  9. Alexandre M.

    Bon produit, mais connecteur 6+2 difficile a connecter ensembleLes connecteurs 6+2 ne sont vraiment pas facile a connecter ensemble pour former le 8 pins. Vous devez tres bien les tenir ensemble jusqu’à ce qu’il soit bien insérer dans le connecteur femelle pour qu’il reste en place. Les connecteur 6+2 de d’autre compagnie sont beaucoup plus facile a utiliser. La moitié des cables ont un connecteur 6 pins qui aurait dû être un 6+2 lui aussi, ceci eviterais d’acheter des cables supplémentaires de rallonge pcie car les cable 6 pin sont toujours trop court quand ont a besoin d’utiliser le 8 pins en même temps.Pour le reste, je n’ai rien a dire, tout est parfait.

  10. Jim

    Evga 1600 psuI9 9860 cpu2 x 1080ti2 monitors (40 & 32)4 m.2Ekwb watercooling setup2 rads each 360mm, 2 pump/reservoir (cpu & gpu)System runs 24/7 & this psu does not disappoint (had corsair 1200 & it would constantly shutdown. Apparently this is fairly common with Corsair. Google & multiple threads will come up with this issue).This psu has zero negatives (price will deter some) but it is the total package for high power systems.

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