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EVGA looks to expand its horizons

We had a brief meeting with EVGA this morning where they discussed what to expect from the company in the next few months. The company is best known for its motherboard and graphics products, but the company is also looking to expand into the enthusiast power supply market.
EVGA had a prototype on hand which we took a few quick shots of. The company is being quite mum now about pricing and final specifications, but expect to see power supplies ranging from 650W up to the 1500W prototype pictured.

Another rather cool thing EVGA showed off was an Android app that will allow you to directly overclock your motherboard or graphics card. The Bluetooth OC app connects via… wait for it… Bluetooth, and allows full control over core clock, fan speed, and more.

We'll be bringing you more on the EVGA's latest endeavors, as they get closer to production.

Source: EVGA

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RE: Swap the PSU pics please?
By Brandon Hill on 1/10/2012 5:17:55 PM , Rating: 2
I've got the PSU upside down, but here's a larger shot of the thumbnail pic:

RE: Swap the PSU pics please?
By chizow on 1/10/2012 5:28:22 PM , Rating: 2
Cool thanks. :)

Looks like:

8xPCIE 8-pin
2xCPU 8-pin
MB 24-pin, USB output, fully modular design.

Everything you need for one of their 4-way SLI builds on that 1500W unit. Price point will be key, I think they offered a similar unit in the past based on the Antec TPQ 1200W OC platform, but not sure how it fared on the market.

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