EVGA SuperNOVA G2 1300W Power Supply Review
A while ago, we tested the SuperNOVA G2 1000 W, which impressed us with its performance. This unit’s most vicious competitor doesn’t come from another company but directly from EVGA and is its bigger brother, the G2-1300. Based on the same platform and with 300 W more power, it actually only costs a tiny bit more. We really wonder why someone would go with the smaller SuperNOVA since the top-of-the-line only costs a few more dollars. One of the largest online stores in the US, Newegg, even had both for exactly the same price, making the purchase of the G2-1300 a no-brainer! But this review will compare the two meticulously to show you where one excels over the other.
Today’s test subject, the G2-1300, features Gold efficiency, a fully modular cabling design, and a single +12V rail that can deliver more than 100 A of current, and its price is highly competitive, making it the ideal candidate for a power-hungry system with multiple VGAs; but we have a review to do, so let’s get on with it… at techPowerUp!