EVGA EPOWER V Standalone VRM Board with 12+2 Power Phase for Overclocking

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅19.09.2017 19:08:14

EVGA introduces the 5th generation EVGA EPOWER V standalone VRM board that works as an add-in board to provide additional power for graphics cards and motherboards. With the use of the EVGA EPOWER V, overclockers can push their hardware to its very limits. The board is designed to provide two fully-independent voltage outputs, and features a built-in EVBot MKII to allow voltage control on the fly.

Power Up!
The EPOWER V board is powered by the three 6-pin PCI-E power connectors. The input is fed through a 12+2 phase design to provide substantially more VCORE and VMEM to your graphics card, allowing it to break through any limits holding it back.

Precision Tweaking
VMEM voltage adjustment range 600mV to 2300mV. Rated capacity is 80A. Maximum peak capacity - 90A at 1.9V output voltage. On the other hand, VCORE voltage adjustment range is 600mV to 2000mV. Rated capacity is 600A. Maximum peak capacity - 620A at 1.85V output voltage.

Easy Monitoring and Controls
The EVGA EPOWER V has on-board VCORE and VMEM LED display that shows real-time figures. Use the built-in EVBOT MKII buttons to conveniently adjust your voltages on the fly, or upgrade your firmware and connect your EVBot to control the graphics card remotely. It also has a USB 3.1 Type-C power to connect the EPOWER V to your computer and manage via a software. The EPOWER V also comes with fan headers and ProbeIT connectors that can be connected to multimeters.

Availability and Pricing
The EVGA EPOWER V standalone VRM board is now available at the EVGA webstore with an MSRP of $249.99.

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