The company EVGA has released a new power board for extreme Overclocking of graphic cards – EPower V. An external PCB for a graphics card to back it up by adding a 12 + 2-phase power VRM requiring no less than three 6-pins PCI-Express connectors.

EVGA EPower V is equipped with a built-in EVBot MKII Overclocker, which allows to control output voltages, as well as a USB 3.1 Type-C port, which makes it possible to control the board using a special application. In addition, there is a connector for measuring the voltage ProbeIT and a pair of LED indicators that show the current voltage VCore and VMem.

For connection to the power supply, there are three 6-pin PCI-E Power connectors. On the board is a soldered (12 + 2) phase power system, the power elements of which are cooled by a small radiator. Voltage VMem can be adjusted in the range from 0.6 to 2.3 V at a maximum current of 80 amperes, and the voltage VCore can be from 0.6 to 2 V at current strength up to 600 A. Among other things, it is worth noting a pair of connectors for fans connection.

You can buy the EVGA EPower V power board at a price of $ 250.

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