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masagexxx EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 80+ Gold, 1300W Fully Modular NVIDIA SLI and Crossfire Ready Power Supply 10 Year Warranty 120-G2-1300-XR give to dad
masagexxx EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 80+ Gold, 1300W Fully Modular NVIDIA SLI and Crossfire Ready Power Supply 10 Year Warranty 120-G2-1300-XR give to dad
masagexxx EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 80+ Gold, 1300W Fully Modular NVIDIA SLI and Crossfire Ready Power Supply 10 Year Warranty 120-G2-1300-XR give to dad
masagexxx EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 80+ Gold, 1300W Fully Modular NVIDIA SLI and Crossfire Ready Power Supply 10 Year Warranty 120-G2-1300-XR give to dad
masagexxx EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 80+ Gold, 1300W Fully Modular NVIDIA SLI and Crossfire Ready Power Supply 10 Year Warranty 120-G2-1300-XR give to dad
masagexxx EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 80+ Gold, 1300W Fully Modular NVIDIA SLI and Crossfire Ready Power Supply 10 Year Warranty 120-G2-1300-XR give to dad
masagexxx EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 80+ Gold, 1300W Fully Modular NVIDIA SLI and Crossfire Ready Power Supply 10 Year Warranty 120-G2-1300-XR give to dad

masagexxx EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 80+ Gold, 1300W Fully Modular NVIDIA SLI and Crossfire Ready Power Supply 10 Year Warranty 120-G2-1300-XR give to dad

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      I had a G2 masagexxx 750W PSU For over 5 years, it masagexxx went trough many scary power outages masagexxx and electricity masagexxx issues that are masagexxx common in masagexxx a third world country masagexxx (Dominican Republic).I go back to those masagexxx events and it should have died like my DAC masagexxx and others appliances that didnt survived masagexxx those events that masagexxx happened over masagexxx the years.My PC parts masagexxx havent masagexxx suffered damages due to electrical problems masagexxx neither the PSU to the point Im sticking to the same model but bigger since the PCs masagexxx are trending toward power hungry parts.Hopefully masagexxx this one gives masagexxx me the same experience I had with masagexxx the 750 G2.The 750W G2 masagexxx is in my masagexxx emergency build masagexxx for any masagexxx event of temporary replacement masagexxx parts masagexxx and masagexxx for masagexxx any visit wanting to play videogames since its still working masagexxx perfectly.I had masagexxx the ECO mode off masagexxx since ever and did the same right away in masagexxx this masagexxx 1300W PSU.Case: Lian Li masagexxx O11 Dynamic masagexxx razer masagexxx edition80 PLUS Gold certified, with masagexxx up to 90% efficiency under typical loadsI had my second 1000 watt KingWin die on me in less masagexxx than a masagexxx year, so masagexxx I abandoned the KingWin ship, and for only forty bucks masagexxx more (and an masagexxx extra 300 watts) this seemed like the no-brainer switch. I was EXTREMELY wary of the masagexxx recall EVGA had back in October 2013, but masagexxx it masagexxx seems like masagexxx a manufacturer with this kind masagexxx of masagexxx reputation masagexxx and masagexxx experience would know how to run a recall, masagexxx and would also be masagexxx d*mned sure they got it right the second time around. masagexxx I know a warranty won't cover my equipment and data, but masagexxx the 10 year warranty (which I'm sure I'll be using in about 8 years) from a company that probably won't be masagexxx going anywhere (since they're one of the masagexxx top mobo masagexxx and vid cards manufacturers) clinched masagexxx the masagexxx deal.The PSU comes in a custom tailored masagexxx cloth masagexxx bag... masagexxx meant masagexxx to masagexxx make you think of it like jewels, I assume.The masagexxx physical unit masagexxx is built solid as a rock with a nice, masagexxx big, masagexxx quiet fan masagexxx (I definitely masagexxx can't hear it over masagexxx any of the other stuff in the case, especially masagexxx the vid card). The masagexxx exterior is masagexxx covered with a sort of "hammered" masagexxx finish that makes it look like a truck bed.The *fully* modular design is AWESOME. Also, the connectors (where the cables plug into the unit) are appropriately sized, unlike the KingWin masagexxx plugs which are masagexxx so HUGE (to refract masagexxx the ridiculously gimmicky LED's masagexxx I assume) masagexxx that you masagexxx can't thread masagexxx them masagexxx through masagexxx your masagexxx case.The EVGA PSU masagexxx shipped masagexxx with 1x24 ATX cable, 2x 4+4 pin EPS masagexxx 12v CPU, masagexxx 4x 6+2 pin masagexxx PCI-E VGA, 2x 6+6+2 pin PCI-E VGA, masagexxx (4) 3xSata, (1) 3x molex, (1) 2x molex + 4 pin floppy (), and masagexxx the power cord. masagexxx There masagexxx is a large nylon case to masagexxx store masagexxx the extra cables (I used all the SATA and molex, but even with dual vid cards and some masagexxx other stuff, who could masagexxx possibly use masagexxx all those masagexxx PCI-E cables! --nice to have them masagexxx though). They even throw masagexxx in a bag of velcro masagexxx ties to masagexxx wrangle the cables. Very nice. masagexxx If masagexxx I have any complaints it's that the sata connectors are a little close together on the cable (if your sata devices masagexxx aren't masagexxx *right* next masagexxx to each masagexxx other, you'll have issues). I only have masagexxx one sata connector left available, masagexxx and no molex masagexxx left over, masagexxx so I guess it'd be nice to have a couple more masagexxx sata/molex cables. [UPDATE] masagexxx I actually had a masagexxx full extra run of Sata (not just a single connection) that masagexxx I overlooked, masagexxx so masagexxx there masagexxx are masagexxx actually masagexxx 4 available masagexxx sata connectors left masagexxx in my machine. I recently masagexxx purchased a USB 3.0 PCIe card that requires power via molex, so I guess I'll have masagexxx to purchase a sata to molex adapter considering masagexxx I am masagexxx out of molex connectors that came with the unit.So far so masagexxx good, but I'll definitely be masagexxx holding onto the box, because masagexxx there's no way something masagexxx like this will last 10 masagexxx years, and masagexxx I definitely masagexxx plan on taking them up on the warranty!FWIW, every masagexxx PSU manufacturer, no matter how great, has some bad reviews. When I was researching masagexxx which unit to buy, it seemed like masagexxx such a crapshoot (and masagexxx still does). Every single manufacturer has reviews masagexxx with tales of "fried my mobo and all masagexxx my hard drives!" masagexxx When you're masagexxx talking masagexxx about something that masagexxx has the power to kill thousands of dollars worth of equipment masagexxx and ALL your masagexxx data, masagexxx a masagexxx PSU is a masagexxx pretty scary purchase. I masagexxx personally had a bad experience masagexxx with (2) KingWin, so I won't be using them any more. I can't say masagexxx whether or not EVGA masagexxx will prove more reliable on masagexxx the whole (all masagexxx of them every built), but I am certainly masagexxx impressed at the masagexxx onset, and the warranty at the *very least* least assures masagexxx me that masagexxx I won't masagexxx be out the masagexxx purchase price masagexxx if masagexxx something goes wrong.[UPDATE] Once again masagexxx I have purchased something masagexxx on Amazon masagexxx that dropped masagexxx in price three masagexxx days later masagexxx (fifteen bucks). I really wish Amazon would implement a purchase price safeguard. [UPDATE] Contacted Amazon within 7 masagexxx days and was refunded the difference!Fan Size / masagexxx Bearing: 140mm Double Ball BearingThe masagexxx packaging is great and was enough to let masagexxx me know before I installed that i masagexxx made a good purchase. Currently masagexxx powering masagexxx an i9, mobo, masagexxx 5 pcie risers, masagexxx 3x masagexxx 3090s, 2x 3070s, 32 gigs of ram, and 6 fans.Comes with a bag for masagexxx all your wires, masagexxx and leftovers. Makes keeping things organized masagexxx during a build a little masagexxx easier.If you're masagexxx mining and this meets you TDP needs... masagexxx get masagexxx this PSU. Probably the most dangerous place to masagexxx skimp on spending, so this masagexxx was masagexxx well worth masagexxx it.I guess i wish it came masagexxx with more 8pin->2x masagexxx 6+2 cables, given that this psu is masagexxx pretty much only going masagexxx to be needed masagexxx for minners, but that's not really a ding against the PSU itself. The masagexxx cables it masagexxx does come with are good too.There are 6 VGA masagexxx plugs, for the new model masagexxx VGA you masagexxx should use masagexxx 2 or 3 separate masagexxx VGA plugs.Overall, great masagexxx model.Heavy-duty protections, including OVP, UVP, OCP, OPP, masagexxx and masagexxx SCPPowering 2x 3090s and an masagexxx i9.Great Psu. No masagexxx noise masagexxx at all can barely tell its on. It even has an eco mode. It's keeps the psu off until it reaches I believe 55c then it powers on(I masagexxx dont use that mode.). It's masagexxx a great power supply. Would masagexxx recommend masagexxx to masagexxx anyone with a power masagexxx hungry masagexxx system.I bought this masagexxx PSU masagexxx twice. The masagexxx first time, it worked without a hitch for about a year, then it started doing something funny. It would refuse to masagexxx turn on masagexxx after shutting masagexxx down the masagexxx PC. I would have to unplug masagexxx everything from the PC, let it sit for a masagexxx while, then masagexxx try masagexxx to turn it masagexxx back on. Sometimes it would take more than an hour. I thought this was just masagexxx a weird masagexxx fluke, and I already had custom cables for it, so I bought another one, this time from masagexxx EVGA's website. Again, it worked for about 2.5 years, then started having the masagexxx same problem, but masagexxx more masagexxx intermittent. I rarely shut down my PC completely, so I masagexxx just decided to deal with it. However recently, the PSU started shutting my entire PC down at masagexxx random times. It masagexxx would masagexxx shut masagexxx off, and I would have to masagexxx press masagexxx the power button again masagexxx to get it masagexxx back up and running. Yesterday though, masagexxx it masagexxx shut down on its own and WOULD NOT turn back on. I masagexxx even unplugged the PSU from my PC and used the supplied masagexxx bridge to power up masagexxx the PSU masagexxx on its own, but it still wouldn't start. Overall, my experience with masagexxx this PSU is masagexxx annoying, to say the least. I masagexxx rarely write Amazon reviews, but this time masagexxx I was just masagexxx too annoyed with the product to let masagexxx it go. I've already purchased masagexxx a new Corsair RMX masagexxx PSU, which, frankly, I masagexxx should have masagexxx done after the first time masagexxx this PSU failed.So far so masagexxx good, these power supplies havent done me masagexxx wrong masagexxx yet. I have masagexxx more confidence in using this brand then any masagexxx other. The thick cords on all of the wires masagexxx make the setting masagexxx up experience feel like money well spentEVGA 1300 masagexxx G2 - masagexxx "Unrivaled Performance"10 masagexxx Year
      EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 80+ GOLD, 1300W Fully Modular NVIDIA SLI and Crossfire Ready 10 Year Warranty Power Supply 120-G2-1300-XREVGA 1300 masagexxx G2 - masagexxx "Unrivaled Performance"80 PLUS Gold certified, with up masagexxx to 90% efficiency under masagexxx typical loadsFan Size / Bearing: 140mm masagexxx Double masagexxx Ball BearingHeavy-duty protections, masagexxx including OVP, UVP, OCP, OPP, and SCP10 masagexxx Year

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Buyer's experience:
      1: I had a G2 750W PSU For over 5 years, it went trough many scary power outages and electricity issues that are common in a third world country (Dominican Republic).I go back to those events and it should have died like my DAC and others appliances that didnt survived those events that happened over the years.My PC parts havent suffered damages due to electrical problems neither the PSU to the point Im sticking to the same model but bigger since the PCs are trending toward power hungry parts.Hopefully this one gives me the same experience I had with the 750 G2.The 750W G2 is in my emergency build for any event of temporary replacement parts and for any visit wanting to play videogames since its still working perfectly.I had the ECO mode off since ever and did the same right away in this 1300W PSU.Case: Lian Li O11 Dynamic razer edition
      2: So far so good, these power supplies havent done me wrong yet. I have more confidence in using this brand then any other. The thick cords on all of the wires make the setting up experience feel like money well spent
      3: I had my second 1000 watt KingWin die on me in less than a year, so I abandoned the KingWin ship, and for only forty bucks more (and an extra 300 watts) this seemed like the no-brainer switch. I was EXTREMELY wary of the recall EVGA had back in October 2013, but it seems like a manufacturer with this kind of reputation and experience would know how to run a recall, and would also be d*mned sure they got it right the second time around. I know a warranty won't cover my equipment and data, but the 10 year warranty (which I'm sure I'll be using in about 8 years) from a company that probably won't be going anywhere (since they're one of the top mobo and vid cards manufacturers) clinched the deal.The PSU comes in a custom tailored cloth bag... meant to make you think of it like jewels, I assume.The physical unit is built solid as a rock with a nice, big, quiet fan (I definitely can't hear it over any of the other stuff in the case, especially the vid card). The exterior is covered with a sort of "hammered" finish that makes it look like a truck bed.The *fully* modular design is AWESOME. Also, the connectors (where the cables plug into the unit) are appropriately sized, unlike the KingWin plugs which are so HUGE (to refract the ridiculously gimmicky LED's I assume) that you can't thread them through your case.The EVGA PSU shipped with 1x24 ATX cable, 2x 4+4 pin EPS 12v CPU, 4x 6+2 pin PCI-E VGA, 2x 6+6+2 pin PCI-E VGA, (4) 3xSata, (1) 3x molex, (1) 2x molex + 4 pin floppy (), and the power cord. There is a large nylon case to store the extra cables (I used all the SATA and molex, but even with dual vid cards and some other stuff, who could possibly use all those PCI-E cables! --nice to have them though). They even throw in a bag of velcro ties to wrangle the cables. Very nice. If I have any complaints it's that the sata connectors are a little close together on the cable (if your sata devices aren't *right* next to each other, you'll have issues). I only have one sata connector left available, and no molex left over, so I guess it'd be nice to have a couple more sata/molex cables. [UPDATE] I actually had a full extra run of Sata (not just a single connection) that I overlooked, so there are actually 4 available sata connectors left in my machine. I recently purchased a USB 3.0 PCIe card that requires power via molex, so I guess I'll have to purchase a sata to molex adapter considering I am out of molex connectors that came with the unit.So far so good, but I'll definitely be holding onto the box, because there's no way something like this will last 10 years, and I definitely plan on taking them up on the warranty!FWIW, every PSU manufacturer, no matter how great, has some bad reviews. When I was researching which unit to buy, it seemed like such a crapshoot (and still does). Every single manufacturer has reviews with tales of "fried my mobo and all my hard drives!" When you're talking about something that has the power to kill thousands of dollars worth of equipment and ALL your data, a PSU is a pretty scary purchase. I personally had a bad experience with (2) KingWin, so I won't be using them any more. I can't say whether or not EVGA will prove more reliable on the whole (all of them every built), but I am certainly impressed at the onset, and the warranty at the *very least* least assures me that I won't be out the purchase price if something goes wrong.[UPDATE] Once again I have purchased something on Amazon that dropped in price three days later (fifteen bucks). I really wish Amazon would implement a purchase price safeguard. [UPDATE] Contacted Amazon within 7 days and was refunded the difference!
      4: I bought this PSU twice. The first time, it worked without a hitch for about a year, then it started doing something funny. It would refuse to turn on after shutting down the PC. I would have to unplug everything from the PC, let it sit for a while, then try to turn it back on. Sometimes it would take more than an hour. I thought this was just a weird fluke, and I already had custom cables for it, so I bought another one, this time from EVGA's website. Again, it worked for about 2.5 years, then started having the same problem, but more intermittent. I rarely shut down my PC completely, so I just decided to deal with it. However recently, the PSU started shutting my entire PC down at random times. It would shut off, and I would have to press the power button again to get it back up and running. Yesterday though, it shut down on its own and WOULD NOT turn back on. I even unplugged the PSU from my PC and used the supplied bridge to power up the PSU on its own, but it still wouldn't start. Overall, my experience with this PSU is annoying, to say the least. I rarely write Amazon reviews, but this time I was just too annoyed with the product to let it go. I've already purchased a new Corsair RMX PSU, which, frankly, I should have done after the first time this PSU failed.
      5: The packaging is great and was enough to let me know before I installed that i made a good purchase. Currently powering an i9, mobo, 5 pcie risers, 3x 3090s, 2x 3070s, 32 gigs of ram, and 6 fans.Comes with a bag for all your wires, and leftovers. Makes keeping things organized during a build a little easier.If you're mining and this meets you TDP needs... get this PSU. Probably the most dangerous place to skimp on spending, so this was well worth it.I guess i wish it came with more 8pin->2x 6+2 cables, given that this psu is pretty much only going to be needed for minners, but that's not really a ding against the PSU itself. The cables it does come with are good too.
      6: There are 6 VGA plugs, for the new model VGA you should use 2 or 3 separate VGA plugs.Overall, great model.
      7: Powering 2x 3090s and an i9.Great Psu. No noise at all can barely tell its on. It even has an eco mode. It's keeps the psu off until it reaches I believe 55c then it powers on(I dont use that mode.). It's a great power supply. Would recommend to anyone with a power hungry system.

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00