EVGA is slowly but certainly wrapping up the development of its line of power supplies dubbed SuperNOVA. Back on Computex Taipei 2012, we met with Jacob Freeman (Product Manager) and discussed what innovations the company is bringing to market inside the 1.5kW power supply. As you can see in video below, this power supply packs quite the punch:
Today we can bring you the details about the software which customers will be able to use, ranging from seeing the operational history or even "overclock the power supply" – entering the OC mode you can send more current to particular parts, which will do great with sub-zero overclocking.
EVGA SuperNOVA Software tracks all aspects of the brand new power supply product line
Enthusiasts and hardcore overclockers will look forward towards the possibility to overclock your power supply. Should you venture into the extreme overclocking, be that liquid or sub-zero cooling you will have the capability to individually set overcurrent – for example, overclocking the graphics card and giving it extra current through the 6-pin and 8-pin connectors (12V Rail), splitting or unifying rails – as you can see in the image below:
Overclock your Power Supply!
The 1.5kW power supply supports overclocking up to 1.65kW, i.e. 1,650 Watts. The last feature is quite an interesting one – power supply history. You can track just how stable is the current coming into the computer, as well as what is the power draw of key components.
All in all, EVGA is preparing quite the mighty product, and only time will tell will market adopt the innovations brought forward by a nimble manufacturer out of Brea, CA.