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    Default EVGA G+ series Released: "The new Gold standard for performance and value"

    Since its launch in 2013, the EVGA SuperNOVA G1 power supplies have been among the longest-lasting and best-performing power supplies on the market. Despite only a few changes over the years, it's only fitting that it's time for an upgrade. Enter the G1+, the new and improved fully-modular power supply line-up from EVGA with an 80+ Gold Efficiency rating.
    EVGA continues flooding the market a bit with the new "G1+" series that were already seen in CES, for example.

    They have less depth than G1 and claim to have 0.5% voltage regulation in the single 12V rail.

    Available from 650W to 1000W.
    MSRP@650W: $109.99 (=G3)
    • 80+Gold Rated
    • 100% Japanese Capacitors
    • Fully modular design
    • Tight voltage regulation
    • Fluid Dynamic Bearing
    • 10 year warranty

    P.S. ATTENTION!! Meet the all new "Variable Resistor Module" system!!! "Additionally, the G1+ power supplies feature a cleaner internal layout to increase airflow, a Variable Resistor module (to increase voltage stability)" I suppose some marketing guy wanted to describe a VRM


    Who could be the OEM?

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