If you thought a PSU with 1,200W or even 1,000W of pure power was the bee’s knees for your rig, get ready to have your bubble burst by EVGA’s new Supernova 2200 P2 PSU.
As its name would suggest, the Supernova 2200 P2 is a PSU that is capable of delivering up to 2,200W of power with an 80PLUS Platinum rating. To put it simply; you’re looking at running up to eight NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards at one go. With proper scaling, you could run whatever you want at 8K.
But, as fun (and as ludicrously expensive) as that might sound, EVGA isn’t aiming this PSU at the gaming community. You guessed it; this PSU was actually designed and created for the cryptomining community. So, while the prospect of running multiple GTX 1080 Tis sounds enticing, it’s more likely that cryptominers will be chugging along with 16 GeForce GTX 1070s instead (one 8-pin connector per card, more or less).
Specs-wise, the PSU comes with a +12V rail that provides a whopping 183.3 amps. Be advised though, if you plan on using this PSU, you’re going to need to ensure that your electrical outlet can sustain between 220V and 240V.
As of now, there’s no official word on when or even if EVGA intends to bring the Supernova 2200 P2 into Malaysia.