Summary: EVGA not only managed to enter the PSU market strong, but their PSU products have already established themselves. EVGA is, for starters, the only company so far to offer a hefty ten year warranty with their high-end PSU offerings, which shows how much they believe in them. They also teamed up with one of the most promising PSU OEMs today, Super Flower, to offer PSUs that trump the competition in terms of price/performance.
Pros: Resilient to high operating temperatures, Nice price/performance ration, Excellent ripple suppression, Tight voltage regulation, Very efficient, Performance in Advanced Transient Response tests, Long enough hold-up time, Quiet operation, Very good build quality, Only uses Japanese caps, Selectable semi-passive operation, Fully modular, Lots of connectors, 10 year warranty
Cons: Large dimensions, Low power and not-so-efficient 5VSB rail
Excerpt: As another Halloween approaches, EVGA comes to us with what they hope is their next big thing: the Supernova P2 series at 1000 watts. I'm about to find out if this unit is a trick or a treat. Care to join me?