The SuperNova 850 P2 may dedicate its focus towards performance, but that doesn't mean it lacks an impressive feature set. In the box we have the PSU covered in an EVGA cloth bag, which helps to protect it during shipping. Alongside the power supply, EVGA includes a power cable, an instructional guide, the modular cables, a carry bag for the cables, a self-test adapter, mounting hardware, and velcro cable ties.
Cables types included are 1x 24-Pin ATX cable, 2x EPS/ATX12V cable, 4x 6+2-Pin / 2x 6 pin PCI-E Connector, 4x Molex, 10x SATA connectors, 1x Floppy cable. The cables all use a traditional sleeve, and include built in capacitors. I'm not against traditionally sleeved cables, but ribbon cables if done properly do tend to save on space. However, it's something I've learned to live with. Overall I personally prefer individually sleeved cables due to the aesthetic appeal, but this all really comes down to personal preference.
While performance is the intended goal of the SuperNova, EVGA has not cut corners at the user's expense. The SuperNova P2 uses what EVGA calls an ECO Control for the fan. This allows the unit to run without the fan until it is needed. When the fan is needed for cooling, the ECO control will only run the fan at the lowest possible speed that is sufficient for cooling the power supply. The fan used in the unit is a double ball bearing fan, which by no means should be too loud even while running.
The attention to detail that has been put into this unit by EVGA has been superb. Every design step is intended to support the user's needs and provide the very best experience. The SuperNova is backed by an outstanding 10-year warranty, and uses 100% of the highest quality Japanese capacitors. EVGA has left no stone unturned with the SuperNova P2 and it shows.
EVGA SuperNOVA 850W P2 Power Supply
10 Year Warranty, Fully Modular
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