EVGA is planning on launching an entire line of power supplies at some point this year. Some of the features sound great on paper, but we will have to wait and see how they work in the field. Above you can see that their big dog PSU is going to weigh in at 1500 Watts! I was told it was overclockable, well technically it’s not dealing with clock speed but you’ll get the idea. Utilizing the software that comes with the EVGA Power suppy you will be able to increase the output of the unit. From what I was told you will also be able to customize the number of 12 Volt Rails through the software as well. Like I said, sounds great on paper but we will have to wait and see how well it will work. Knowing EVGA though, I doubt they will put out a product that isn’t up to par.
Looking at the end of the EVGA 1500 Watt PSU it should have more than enough connections to power most of the systems out there. If not you can run a pair of them. The EVGA power supply units have a smart start feature that essentially jumps the pins so you don’t need to. Did you happen to notice the USB port on the right side? That is what you need to connect to so that the EVGA 1500 Watt PSU can be controlled by the EVGA software.
EVGA also has a 1000 Watt PSU that you can see above.
I did notice that the end of the EVGA 1000 Watt PSU isn’t labeled, likely because this is an early sample. Once again though it should have enough to connections for most of the systems out there today.
EVGA also had the 750 Watt version out on display for our viewing pleasure.