Review Index:

EVGA SuperNOVA 750W G2L Power Supply Review

Manufacturer: EVGA

Introduction and Features


View Full Size

EVGA recently introduced two power supplies in the new Supernova G2L Series, the 750W G2L and the 850W G2L. We will be taking a detailed look at the 750 G2L in this review. The Supernova G2L Series is based on EVGA’s popular G2 series but now adds white LED lighting into the modular connectors on the front side of the power supply.

View Full Size

The Supernova G2L series power supplies are 80 Plus Gold certified for high efficiency and feature all modular cables, high-quality Japanese brand capacitors, a quiet 135mm cooling fan, and ECO Thermal control which enables fan-less operation at low to mid power. All G2L series power supplies are NVIDIA SLI and AMD Crossfire Ready and are backed by a 10-year EVGA warranty!

View Full Size

EVGA SuperNOVA 750W G2L PSU Key Features:

•    10-Year warranty with unparalleled EVGA Customer Support
•    80 PLUS Gold certified, with up to 90%/92% efficiency (115VAC/240VAC)
•    Highest quality Japanese brand capacitors ensure long-term reliability
•    Fully modular cables to reduce clutter and improve airflow
•    Quiet 135mm ball bearing fan for exceptional reliability and quiet operation
•    ECO Thermal Control allows silent, fan-less operation at low power
•    NVIDIA SLI & AMD Crossfire Ready
•    Active Power Factor correction (0.99) with Universal AC input
•    White LEDs built into modular connectors

Please continue reading our review of the EVGA 750W G2L PSU!!!

Here is what EVGA has to say about the new Supernova G2L power supplies: “The unbeatable performance of the EVGA SuperNOVA G2 power supply line is now available with LED lighting in the new G2L versions. These units feature 80 Plus Gold rate efficiency, and clean continuous power to every component. The ECO Control Fan system offers fan modes to provide absolutely zero fan noise during low to medium load operations. Backed by an award winning 10 Year Warranty, and 100% Japanese capacitor design, the EVGA SuperNOVA 850/750 G2L power supplies offer unbeatable performance at an unbeatable value.

EVGA was founded in 1999 with headquarters in Brea, California. They continue to specialize in producing NVIDIA based graphics adapters and Intel based motherboards and keep expanding their PC power supply product line, which includes over forty models ranging from the high-end 1,600W SuperNOVA T2 to the budget minded EVGA 400W power supply.

View Full Size

(Courtesy of EVGA)

As you can see in the table above, EVGA currently offers nine different variations of 750W power supplies. Let’s get started with the review and see if the new 750W G2L model can deliver the same great performance we have come to expect from the original G2 Series.

Video News

October 24, 2016 | 01:12 PM - Posted by JohnGR

Really nice PSU, as always, from EVGA. Are the LEDs on when the PSU is connected with power, but the system is power down? Those LEDs will be really helpful when trying to connect a power cable but the room lighting doesn't help.

PS. I am reading that some EVGA FTW like going SuperNOVA because of bad PWM cooling.

October 24, 2016 | 09:36 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Here's some thermal pads suckaz, fix it yourself, signed EVGA! The FTW line of GPUs should be calld the WTF line. I'd RMA that crap right back to EVGA, let them fix it!

If the user has to apply the pads does it void the warranty?

"EVGA GTX 1070/1080 Overheating Issues - Company Says Thermal Pads A Solution"

October 25, 2016 | 04:50 AM - Posted by JohnGR

Based on an email that a Greek forum member got from EVGA as a reply, they do NOT acknowledge a problem, they insist that the cards DO NOT need those pads. They just give those pads as a free service to their customers. Funny right? Cards don't need pads, but take them and use them.

November 13, 2017 | 03:43 PM - Posted by LabRat (not verified)

Have owned a 1080ftw since release, 0 issues, my pc is on 24/7, and I regularly play games that use 90% of what the card has to give or more. Never seen it above 65c under full load in a mid tower with everything else air cooled.

I know that 1 person's experience is not indicative of the experience those with issues have had... but I'm more inclined to think that EVGA is right, and they may well be having issues but are in the vocal minority. I know 2 other people that bought the same card, from completely separate outlets, and neither of them have had issues either. One has it stuffed in a micro atx case with garbage airflow too...

October 26, 2016 | 11:52 AM - Posted by Lee Garbutt

No, unfortunately the LEDs only come On when the PSU turns on.

October 26, 2016 | 12:10 PM - Posted by JohnGR

Pity. It would have been a useful feature, rarely necessary, but useful.

October 25, 2016 | 12:04 AM - Posted by Fredy (not verified)

You said :
• (1) 20+4 pin ATX
• (1) 8-pin EPS/ATX12V
• (4) 6-pin PCI-E
• (2) SATA
• (2) Molex

At second page there was 2x 8-pin EPS, which one is correct?

October 26, 2016 | 12:02 PM - Posted by Lee Garbutt

The full specs are given on page two, which list two 8-pin (4+4) ATX/EPS connectors - this is correct.

The table you quoted is a list of the connectors I used for testing (however, it should have shown two 8-pin EPS being used instead of one - fixed). Sorry for the confusion.

October 27, 2016 | 12:24 AM - Posted by Chaython M (not verified)

gold should be made a defualt standard for power supply units, and should be starting at 60$ to save the world energy/environmental crisis

December 21, 2016 | 03:02 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

that would put a lot of people out of a job fixing PC's for a living. LOL

Post new comment

The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.
  • Allowed HTML tags: <a> <em> <strong> <cite> <code> <ul> <ol> <li> <dl> <dt> <dd> <blockquote><p><br>
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.

More information about formatting options

This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.