EVGA EPOWER board enters fifth generation

Posted on Wednesday, September 20 2017 @ 12:51 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
EVGA showcases the fifth generation of its standalone VRM board. The EPOWER V card is a 12+2 phase VRM board that provides additional power to things like video cards or motherboards.

The EPOWER V's main output can deliver a whopping 600A at 0.6V to 2.0V to a video card and the secondary output delivers up to 80A at 0.6V to 2.3V to the video card's memory. As you can probably guess, this product is intended for only the most extreme overclockers.

The board comes with various LED display readouts and has ProbeIT connectors to hook up a multimeter. Lots of flexibility is provided via the included software, you can connect the EPOWER V to a PC via USB 3.1 Type-C. EVGA's EPOWER V costs $249.99 (269.99EUR).

  • 12 phase main output (0.6 - 2.0V, 600A)
  • 2 phase secondary output (0.6 - 2.3V, 80A)
  • IR latest generation digital PWM
  • Remote sense option support for vdroop compensation
  • Integrated voltage monitor LED display
  • Onboard EVbot MKII controls allow you to adjust voltages on the fly!
  • Update your EVbot firmware and connect it via the EVbot port!
  • Control your EPOWER via software by connecting a USB Type-C connector to your PC
  • Dual 3-pin +12V Fan header
  • 1 Year, DOA Warranty (no exceptions)
  • fifth gen EPOWER

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