EVGA has today launched their latest EPOWER board. Dubbed the EVGA ‘Untouchables’ EPOWER V, the board features the latest generation digital PWM ICs from International Rectifier, a 12-phase main output plus a 2-phase secondary output, a remote sense option for Vdroop compensation, integrated voltage monitoring via an LED display, onboard EVbot MKII controls for real-time voltage control, plus USB Type-C connectivity, dual 3-pin +12v fan header and 1 year guarantee. The EPOWER V board is available now for $249 USD.
The EVGA "Untouchables" EPOWER V card is a standalone VRM board that provides additional power for target devices, such as graphics cards or motherboards. 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. Take your benching experience to the Very limits of your hardware's capability with the EVGA EPOWER V.
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.
VMEM - Voltage adjustment range 600mV to 2300mV. Rated capacity is 80A. Maximum peak capacity - 90A at 1.9V output voltage. VCORE - Voltage adjustment range is 600mV to 2000mV. Rated capacity is 600A. Maximum peak capacity - 620A at 1.85V output voltage.
You can find more details about the EVGA ‘Untouchables’ EPOWER V board here on the EVGA site. You can also check out this summary from TechPowerUp here.