EVGA has done it again with yet another industry first, this time with a piece of software called SuperNOVA which was announced over the weekend and allows monitoring and tweaking of their NEX 1500W PSU. The EVGA NEX 1500W power supply features a monitoring circuit which interfaces with the PC using a USB connection and, as the next two pictures demonstrate, allow for monitoring of the voltage, current, efficiency, fan speed, temperature and total power output at any given time. These readings can be plotted to a graph for later review.
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SuperNOVA also allows the user to fine-tune the 12V rail output voltage, fan-speed, the fan-speed curve (much like MSI’s Afterurner software allows for the graphics card’s fan), alarms for highs and lows for both the fan-speed and +12V rail voltage, and the ability to bind or split the +12V rails. Also offered is a boost mode, called “OC” mode, which allows the PSU’s maximum power output to be increased to 1650W, but this is only available when using 230V AC input voltage. Source — techPowerUp!
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