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    EVGA launches its SuperNOVA G5 Series PSUs

    80 PLUS Gold, fully modular, quiet, long warranty successors to the popular G3 series.
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    Re: EVGA launches its SuperNOVA G5 Series PSUs

    Ah. This probably explains why my 1600W G2 was slashed to £200 last week. "Back to school" my foot.

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    Re: EVGA launches its SuperNOVA G5 Series PSUs

    The obvious question is: Why did they skip a number?

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    Re: EVGA launches its SuperNOVA G5 Series PSUs

    The stats are pretty impressive)

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    Re: EVGA launches its SuperNOVA G5 Series PSUs

    Quote Originally Posted by Output View Post
    The obvious question is: Why did they skip a number?
    Maybe because '4' is unlucky in most of Asia?
    If the Earth is a sphere how do you travel to the ends of it?

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    Re: EVGA launches its SuperNOVA G5 Series PSUs

    Quote Originally Posted by siu99spj View Post
    Maybe because '4' is unlucky in most of Asia?
    Good point, I hadn't considered that as a potential reason.

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