EVGA Announces the SuperNOVA 1600 and 1300 P+ Power Supplies

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EVGA has announced two new power supplies called the SuperNOVA 1600 P+ and the SuperNOVA 1300 P+. These two power supplies offer the 80+ Platinum efficiency rating, which ensures both a high-efficiency rating during max workloads and high reliability for gaming setups. The SuperNOVA 1300 P+ is currently available for purchase at the price of $349.99, while the SuperNOVA 1600 P+ power supply is only stated to be coming soon.

EVGA Introduces the SuperNOVA 1600 P+ and the SuperNOVA 1300 P+, with an 80+ Platinum efficiency rating

The two new additions to EVGA's power supply lineup are the SuperNOVA 1600 P+ and the SuperNOVA 1300 P+. These power supplies feature the same overall design with a grey color scheme, and a 135 mm fan mounted to the bottom of the power supply. Both feature a fully modular design that allows PC builders to connect only the cords needed for your specific PC without needing additional cords cluttering up your PC case.

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When comparing this new generation of power supplies to the previous generation, the SuperNOVA 1600 P+ is smaller. It's 20 mm shorter than its P2 counterpart; this smaller size allows for more space without sacrificing quality. Both power supplies feature an efficiency rating of 80+ Platinum, ensuring that even at 50% workload, these power supplies will offer up to 92% efficiency. At a 100% workload, these power supplies will have an efficiency of up to 89% making them perfect for workstation PCs.

The 135 mm fan on each fan offers high durability and a low noise level; the 1600 P+ model utilizes a 135mm Double Ball Bearing fan, while the 1300 P+ model utilizes a 135mm Fluid Dynamic Bearing fan. These bearings allow for a high level of durability for each power supply, along with high reliability; these bearings allow for a very long lifespan and quiet operation.

The SuperNOVA 1300 P+ power supply has been released and is currently available for purchase at a price of $349.99, while the 1600 P+ power supply is currently listed as coming soon. Both of these power supplies come with EVGA's 10-year limited warranty, which ensures buyers that they won't need to replace this power supply for years to come.

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