EVGA Launch 'Untouchables' EPOWER V Power Board, 12+2 Phases of Extreme Power for $249

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.


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Taiwan sdougal says:

A nice piece of kit for GPU modders...

Infuriare says:

There's no doubt about it being a very nice premium product with some interesting features, especially the integrated EVbot functionality.
However, one can not ignore the price, especially considering that the HOF Power board is almost 2x less expensive even with the Elite discount factored in and not to mention has a higher sustained current rating.

Portugal Anker_by says:

The initial price is not bad, i try to find this and learn more about it. Finally

TaPaKaH says:

Remember when you could buy a whole high-end VGA for $250? .. Pepperidge farm remembers. :D

United States filmbot says:

Assume EVGA direct will be only place to buy?

United Kingdom mickulty says:

There are two kinds of people - those who buy multiple $1k graphics cards and are happy to drop a little more on a epower to go with them, and those who scrape ebay for cheap old stuff to bench. Speaking as a member of the latter camp I look forward to the arrival of the HOF power board I just ordered, and hope the former camp enjoy their fancier epowers.

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