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X99 Classified - Back to top

Bjorn3D

Bjorn3d Silver

Bjorn3D

"Performance, I can say WOW!!! The board flat-out flies, Classified has always been about performance and pushing the envelope and this board delivers when pushing the clocks. The efficiency and performance picks up and just makes the board go. The board does what it should and does it well add to this the ability to run 4 Way CrossfireX or SLI and you can see that the performance party has started and the Classified is on the VIP list."
 

SuperNOVA 1000 PS Power Supply - Back to top

JonnyGURU.com

JonnyGURU.com RECOMMENDED

JonnyGURU.com

"“Voltage regulation was astounding, and better than excellent, so no deduction there. Finally, we had excellent ripple control as well, so no deduction there. In fact, there's nothing about the performance of this unit that is in any way less than excellent, so we'll do a 10 here.”"
 

EVGA X99 Micro - Back to top

Tweaktown

BEST VALUE AWARD

Tweaktown

"“EVGA has done a great job with the X99 microATX market, and the X99 Micro won't disappoint; it combines great performance, solid overclocking, and quality hardware into a tiny package with a great value.”"
 

EVGA X99 Classified - Back to top

Modders Inc

Modders INC MUST HAVE

Modders Inc

"“Starting at the BIOS, I really like the layout and functionality of the BIOS on the X99 Classified. It is extremely simple to navigate around, simple to overclock the CPU or memory. All critical information is readily available and easy to keep an eye on.”"
 

EVGA TORQ X5 - Back to top

The Tech Report

Recommended

The Tech Report

"“I love its feathery weight and light button response. The X5's $50 price tag is quite reasonable, as well. With all of that goodness going for it, I'm happy to call the Torq X5 TR Recommended, and I'm looking forward to future gaming sessions with this mouse at hand.”"
 
Techgage

Editors Choice

Techgage

"It’s easily one of the best mice I’ve ever reviewed. It has no real weaknesses, plus it’s got features, functionality, and build quality that you’d typically find only in more expensive competitors."
 
Modders-Inc

Must Have

Modders-Inc

"Ambidextrous design done right"
 
Game Fanatics

Fanatical Choice

Game Fanatics

"“The EVGA Torq X5 is an affordable gaming mouse that won’t break the bank. If you’re thinking about buying your first gaming mouse or just in the market for a new mouse you can’t go wrong with the EVGA Torq X5.”"
 
Hardware Canucks

DAM GOOD - DAM GOOD VALUE

Hardware Canucks

"One of the best for $49!"
 
ThinkComputers

9/10

ThinkComputers

"It has a great feel to it and is the perfect mouse for an FPS gamer. On top of that it has some nice styling and looks great sitting on your desk with 7 different LED colors to choose from."
 
Benchmark Reviews

8.9/10

Benchmark Reviews

"The performance of the mouse, with a 6400dpi sensor and 1kHz polling rate, was crisp and precise, every bit the equal of its big brother."
 

EVGA TORQ X3L - Back to top

HEXUS

APPROVED

HEXUS

"...gamers who prefer a small and lightweight design may be impressed by the quality of the sensor and companion software on offer."
 

EVGA SuperNOVA 850 GS Power Supply - Back to top

JonnyGURU.com

9.6/10

JonnyGURU.com

"“EVGA's GS series is off to a good start thanks to this unit. It's incredibly stable, more efficient than the certification leads us to believe, and wonderfully clean at the outputs.”"
 

EVGA SuperNOVA 650 GS - Back to top

PC Perspective

PC Perspective SILVER AWARD

PC Perspective

"“The power supplies feature an excellent assortment of all modular cables and deliver very good efficiency, easily meeting the 80Plus Gold criteria. The 550 GS and 650 GS PSUs incorporate EVGA’s ECO Intelligent Thermal Control System, which allows the power supplies to operate in silent, fan-less mode at low to mid power levels. During our testing the two GS power supplies were virtually silent up to mid-power range, even with the ECO fan-less mode turned off.”"
 
JonnyGURU.com

Recommended

JonnyGURU.com

"“Fantastic value for full modularity, because the next competitor is the Corsair RM650 and that will set you back another fifteen dollars.”"
 
KitGuru

Worth Buying

KitGuru

"The EVGA SuperNOVA [650 GS] is a solid performing power supply that delivers great results. The pure modular design, high build quality and low noise levels will appeal to the discerning enthusiast user."
 

EVGA SuperNOVA 550 GS - Back to top

PC Perspective

PC Perspective SILVER AWARD

PC Perspective

"“The power supplies feature an excellent assortment of all modular cables and deliver very good efficiency, easily meeting the 80Plus Gold criteria. The 550 GS and 650 GS PSUs incorporate EVGA’s ECO Intelligent Thermal Control System, which allows the power supplies to operate in silent, fan-less mode at low to mid power levels. During our testing the two GS power supplies were virtually silent up to mid-power range, even with the ECO fan-less mode turned off.”"
 

EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 T2 Power Supply - Back to top

JonnyGuru

9.4/10

JonnyGuru

"“Voltage regulation was better than excellent in the hot box with an average of only 0.6%.”"
 

EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 G2 Power Supply - Back to top

TweakTown

Editor's Choice MUST HAVE

TweakTown

"“The SuperNOVA G2 1600W rivals our current king of the hill unit which is the AX1500i from Corsair. From a voltage regulation standpoint, it beats it hands down. The unit shows less than 1% regulation across the board. DC output quality is absolutely amazing.” “EVGA has something that nobody else in the industry has and that is a ten-year warranty on this unit. That speaks a lot about this PSU as no other company has ever provided a warranty this long.” "
 

EVGA SuperNOVA 1050 GS Power Supply - Back to top

JonnyGURU

JonnyGURU.COM Recommended

JonnyGURU

""EVGA has been careful for quite some time to pick only the best platforms on the market for their high end power supplies, and this is just one more unit in that trend.”"
 

EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 PS Power Supply - Back to top

Hi Tech Legion

Editor's Choice

Hi Tech Legion

"“EVGA cut no corners using the closest tolerance and best quality components available in the 1000 PS, and it is reflected in the performance. Regulation on all rails was excellent, with power delivery having almost no fluctuation under loads and never dropping below rated voltage on any rail. While ECO mode worked as intended, we found little need for it as the 1000 PS does live up to its “silent” title, and was never audible over case fans in load conditions, and with ECO disabled was still not audible under any condition.”"
 

EVGA GTX 980 HYBRID - Back to top

JayZTwoCents

JayZTwoCents

"“Everything about this card is just fantastic.”"
 

EVGA GTX 970 SSC ACX 2.0+ - Back to top

JayZTwoCents

JayZTwoCents

"So the GTX970 SSC how did it perform, as you can see from the benchmarks this thing is a killer. When it comes to 1080P it just massively destroys it, even at Ultra."
 

EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Classified ACX 2.0 - Back to top

Hardware Asylum

Recommend

Hardware Asylum

"I have to admit overclocking the EVGA GTX 980 Classified was extremely enjoyable and a lot easier than it looks."
 

EVGA GeForce GTX 970 SSC ACX 2.0+ - Back to top

HEXUS

Recommended

HEXUS

"Performance is about as handsome as GTX 970 gets, making this particular card a good fit for gamers who run full-HD or QHD monitors."
 
Extreme Rigs

Extreme Rigs GOLD

Extreme Rigs

"Overall the EVGA 970 SSC is a beast for how much it costs. At $349, around $200 below Nvidia’s GTX 980, the EVGA GTX 970 SSC ACX2.0+ is a force to be reckoned with. It’s quiet, cool, and still has some overclocking room left. If you’re gaming at 1080p this is the perfect card for you"
 
HEXUS

Performance

HEXUS

"Titan X has no answer to the dual-card GTX 970 setup, which, remember, is available for about £560, or £300 less than the new beastie from Nvidia. It would take a heavily overclocked Titan X to outdo the GTX 970 SLI combo. [2x EVGA GeForce GTX 970 SSC ACX 2.0+ tested in 2-way SLI]"
 
bit-tech

Premium Grade

bit-tech

"With our overclocks applied, performance from the EVGA GTX 970 SSC ACX 2.0+ skyrocketed to GTX 980 levels, which is a fantastic result. Performance in Battlefield 4, Crysis 3 and Unigine improved by between 11 and 14 percent. Power consumption stayed low, peaking at 339W, a modest 21W increase, while the GPU core heated up by 2°C. Meanwhile, the fans did spin up a little more to cope with the increased demand, but only to 36 percent, or about 1,600 RPM, and they were still extremely quiet."
 

EVGA GeForce GTX 960 SuperSC ACX 2.0+ - Back to top

Tom's Hardware

2015 Editor RECOMMENDED

Tom's Hardware

"“The EVGA Geforce GTX 960 SuperSC is an excellent GeForce GTX 960 specimen. With very high factory clockspeeds, headroom for even more, excellent cooling capacity, low power draw, and nearly silent operation, this card has massive appeal. It would be an excellent option for any gamer who values the sweet spot in price/performance ratios above all else.”"
 
Bjorn3D

Golden Bear Award

Bjorn3D

"“The EVGA GTX 960 SSC packs one of the best factory overclocks we’ve seen so far and it’s scores proved it providing all the Maxwell technology at an affordable $210 price range. We can’t wait to get a couple of these in SLI and see what the numbers look like. The EVGA GTX 960’s smart fan design and straight heatpipes combined with all the technology EVGA tucked under the black cowling makes for a formidable GTX 960 card.”"
 
Bjorn3D

Bjorn3D Golden Bear Award

Bjorn3D

""The EVGA GTX 960's smart fan design and straight heatpipes combined with all the technology EVGA tucked under the black cowling makes for a formidable GTX 960 card.""
 
SlashGear

SlashGear

"“The EVGA GTX 960 SuperSC is a home run for the average gamer aiming to get more than what they paid for out of a single-unit solution.”"
 
HiTech Legion

Editors Choice

HiTech Legion

"The fact of the matter is this, EVGA has placed a lot of R&D into the design of the GTX 960 SSC, and that does show. Their utilization of the NVIDIA GM 206 (Maxwell GPU), combined with their improvements on the board, power, cooling and increased clock speeds make it shine."
 
Digital Trends

Recommended

Digital Trends

"We put the cooler to the test and found it delivers a quiet experience. At idle the fans remain off, which of course means the GTX 960 adds no noise to the system."
 
Phoronix

Phoronix

"The performance is great, the power efficiency is splendid as with the other Maxwell GPUs, and overall it's a very strong offering coming in at just $200 USD."
 
Tech of Tomorrow

Tech of Tomorrow

"This card is a serious Editors Choice card. It is the sweet spot for 1080P gaming."
 
Hardware Canucks

Hardware Canucks

"A $10 premium for the GeForce GTX 960 SSC is totally worth it over the reference card given all the added features."
 
Hardware Asylum

Recommended

Hardware Asylum

"With the EVGA GTX 960 SSC we were able to run +500 stable which translated into an extra 250Mhz and a noticeable gain in benchmark performance."
 
TechPowerUp

Editor's Choice

TechPowerUp

"If you have a GTX 660 and some money to spend or are looking for a card to drive your new PC, GTX 960 is definitely an excellent choice."
 
PC Gamer

82%

PC Gamer

"During desktop use... it’s entirely silent. That’s because when the GPU is running at less than 65C it’s more than happy to operate with the EVGA ACX 2.0+ cooling working in passive mode alone – that means no spinning fans, and no noise. Even when those fans do spool up though the ACX 2.0+ cooling array is seriously quiet in-game."
 
Fudzilla

Recommended

Fudzilla

"...the redesigned ACX 2.0+ cooler, along with a custom PCB design, 6+2 power design and 8-pin power connector... all adds up to a very good overclocking platform. ...we were able to increase the clock and the GTX 960 SuperSC was able to hit speeds of 1529MHz."
 
Fanbolt

Fanbolt

"The EVGA GeForce GTX 960 SSC is the perfect choice for gamers who are looking to upgrade their card for something that’s more affordable. I’m very impressed by its performance in even some of the most demanding games. I’m also happy to be able to take advantage of DSR on games that aren’t too dated. This card can definitely handle a lot!"
 
TweakTown

Editors Choice

TweakTown

"Overall, EVGA has the best cooling on a GTX 960 we've used to date, with its so-far-very-impressive ACX 2.0+ cooling."
 
Overclockers.com

Approved

Overclockers.com

"The upgraded ACX 2.0+ cooler and memory/MOSFET cooling plate are up to the task of keeping the card cool under the most demanding situations and only add value to the card."
 
JayZTwoCents

JayZTwoCents

"A very well thought out, well built 1080P card."
 
Nitroware

Nitroware

"If you have a Fermi based 450 to 560 or even older and want a mid range upgrade, now is the time and GTX 960 is the card. Our testing proved NVIDIA's claims of performance and power efficiency over Kepler based GeForce architecture."
 
HEXUS

APPROVED

HEXUS

"Aimed primarily at the overclocking crowd, [EVGA's] GTX 960 SuperSC touts generous core frequencies and plenty of further headroom augmented by an eight-pin power connector and a dual BIOS implementation."
 

EVGA GeForce GTX 960 4GB SuperSC ACX 2.0+ - Back to top

Overclockers.com

Overclockers Approved

Overclockers.com

"EVGA checked all the right boxes with the GTX 960 4GB SuperSC ACX2.0+. When you combine the price, performance, and features the card offers, it might just be the top pick in its class. It’s an easy call this time around… Overclockers Approved!"
 

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