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ePOWER EP-2000P10-T3 2000W ATX12V Ver.2.2 SLI CrossFire Modular Active PFC Power Supply - OEM

  • ATX12V Ver.2.2
  • Modular
  • 100 - 240 V 50/60 Hz
  • +3.3V@28A,+5V@28A,+12V1@20A,+12V2@20A,+12V3@20A, +12V4@22A,+12V5@22A,+12V6@22A,-12V@0.8A,+5VSB@7.0A
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ATX12V Ver.2.2
Maximum Power
2 x 120mm Fans
Main Connector
+12V Rails
PCI-Express Connector
3 x 6-Pin, 2 x 6+2-Pin
SLI Ready
CrossFire Ready
Over Voltage Protection
Overload Protection
Input Voltage
100 - 240 V
Input Frequency Range
50/60 Hz
Input Current
6A @ 115V, 3A @ 230V


1 x Main connector (24Pin)
1 x 12V(P4)
1 x 12V(8Pin)
6 x peripheral
24 x SATA
2 x Floppy
5 x PCI-E

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/23/2014 11:45:29 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsNot recommended for large rigs

Pros: 2000 Watts

Cons: The unit was unable to support a setup with Two AMD R9 290x. I tried it on a smaller rig with NVidia GTX 750ti cards and it kept shutting down. I have since removed it from my environment and replaced it with a Cool Master 1200w Silent Pro Gold and Supplemental Thermaltake Power Express 650w.

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  • David S.
  • 3/11/2014 9:53:05 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

2 out of 5 eggsPoor Rail design

Pros: If you want to run 30 hard drives and/or no more than 2 high end video cards this would work fine. You can make 3 video cards work if you are not running the high end cards or if you are only gaming at less than 90% load. See cons on how.

Bottom line, you don't need a 2000W power supply for 3way SLI anyway. use a smaller PSU that is designed for 3-way SLI/Crossfire. (maybe a 1500).

Cons: If you want to run 3 or more high end video cards at full power for things like bitcoin mining, this power supply WILL NOT WORK due to very poor rail design.

High end cards pull over 350W at full load and each rail only supports 240 or 264 watts and only 5 rails are available for PCIE/HDs. The other 2 rails are for the MB. There are only 5 PCIE cables that are split across the 5 rails. These PCIE cables are split across the rails due to the low wattage supported on each rail.

You can get one more PCIE connector by taking both molex cables and splitting the PCIE across two rails with a molex to 8 pin cable. Do not connect both molex connectors to the same modular cable or YOU WILL BLOW a 12v rail at anything over 50% load on the video card. Mathematically this will work for 90% loads,since you are putting 1.5 cards across 2 rails (~350+175=525W on two 240W rails=480W). BTW, they don't tell you which rails are 240W and which are 26W. However it is really up to how the card splits the load across the 12v inputs on each cable. If it is not well balanced, then this strategy could fail much sooner than 90%. I WILL NOT WORK FOR 3 way BITCOIN which will load it to 100% unless you throttle the hash rate way down, which defeats the purpose of buying the high end card in the first place.

Bottom line, you don't need a 2000W power supply for 3way SLI anyway. use a smaller PSU that is designed for 3-way SLI/Crossfire. (maybe a 1500). Or use 2 power supplies.

Other Thoughts: I was looking at this PSU for doing a 4-way bitcoin mining rig. While it has enough total power. It is totally unusable for this application.

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  • Anonymous
  • 8/25/2013 8:16:35 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsThis is horse manure!!!

Pros: Well, it's external, which makes it ideal for benching. Runs very cool and quiet. Cables are decently long. Ran off 2 separate 20A GFCI'd outlets for maximum efficiency.

Cons: WTH? 2000 watts, 144A with 7 12v rails, and ONLY 5 PCI-e power connectors?

Other Thoughts: This was bought by my friend for us so we could bench various computer parts as reviews, and some LN2 action for personal records. Boy were we ticked off by those 5 PCI-e power connectors. I mean, that's not enough to even run Tri SLI/Tri Fire with uber cards!......and forget Quad SLI/Fire. Tried molexing, ended up frying one of the 7 12v rails. Garbage PSU overall. Ended up going with Hercules 1600 watt, which is a WAAAAY better psu. Just wished that it came out before we decided to buy this manure :/

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  • Mike S.
  • 3/11/2013 1:22:50 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsExtreme

Pros: AMAZING, Currently running my computer, refrigerator, microwave, and all the lights in my house.

Cons: After a few months of neighborhood power black outs and outrageous electric bills, i wired the extension cord to the next block and there was no more problems.

Other Thoughts: I think the block next to us is getting mad.
Pro tip: Hook directly to nuclear reactor for most efficient use.

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  • Brian C.
  • 2/16/2009 5:34:58 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsinadequate

Pros: More power than any typical desktop setup will need for a good long while.

Cons: About 600w shy of being able to power 12 nvidia tesla c1060's on an asus p6t6, such a setup requires at least two power supplies currently.

Other Thoughts: Pretty big.

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  • Jason C.
  • 2/12/2009 4:12:54 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

5 out of 5 eggsOverkill

Pros: ePOWER makes great high quality PSU's. A 2000W PSU is just shocking and overkill! This will power anything with plenty of headroom, and I mean plenty. EVGA X58 classified (when it's released), Core i7 965 overclocked to 4.8 ghz, 12 GB DDR3 memory overclocked to 1080 mhz (2160 mhz effective data rate), two EVGA GTX 295 Plus overclocked very far using the EVGA voltage tuner, multi hundred dollar X-Fi sound card, and a third darn GTX 295 for PhysX. This will run fine on a 1200W PSU. That's 800W of headroom, and who the heck would run a GTX 295 for PhysX? lol. This PSU is modular, however I don't find this to be a pro, you shouldn't either if you have a good case (speaking of wire management, COOLER MASTER cases are the best).

Cons: Modular - less reliable and larger. If it were non modular another fan can be fit onto the unit and it could be a little smaller.

Other Thoughts: Seven +12v rails! Not a pro or con, what matters is how stable they are and ePOWER PSU's are okay (not the best, not the worst). By the way, Rapier said a system running a GTX 260/280/9800GX2 requires a ~700W PSU. lol that's far from the truth. For a GTX 260 the minimum is a 500W, GTX 280 (outdated) minimum is 550W, and 9800GX2 (outdated and flawed by the way) requires 580W. A GTX 295 requires 680W minimum. For a pair of GTX 260's/GTX 285's, a quality 750W will do. For three, or two GTX 295's, a quality 1000W PSU will be fine. If you drop $600 on this then you'll be set for life, so long you don't get a dud.

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  • Kyle F.
  • 1/21/2009 10:24:35 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

5 out of 5 eggsInfo

Pros: This will power anything you have, I dont own it but did want to correct rapier on thinking u need a 1500w psu to run tri sli g cards, the most powerful gaming graphics cards only use like 280 watts at full throttle., then toss in another 300-500 for cpu, hdd's ect, u can honestly get away with a 1kw psu for 3, 1200 being more ideal, cuz its unlikely to max them all out

Cons: nothing other than its beyond its time for power requirements.. but guess there is nothing wrong with that.

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  • Shant T.
  • 12/25/2008 3:01:02 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

5 out of 5 eggsDo you have enough power?

Pros: Can run just about anything you throw at it.

Microwaves, Cars, Air compressors, Sawzall, Gas powered backup generators, McDonalds sign. Oh and TRI SLI GX2 video cards.... can't forget those.


Cons: $600 price tag... looks like I won't be going with TRI SLI.

I have money, but not that much.

Other Thoughts: A single GX2, 260, and/or 280 require ~700 watt PSU. More so the GX2 requires the most power out of the newer video cards.

Read the reviews on this card count the number of Newegg customers who had 500-650 watt PSU's that were not sufficient for 1 card... Now try running TRI SLI. You need at least 1500 watts.

What most people don't understand about PSU's is:

Power is requried to run all 3 DVD burners, 4 hard drives, and any USB devices plugged into the computer... NOW add the GX2 video card, much less 3 of them in TRI SLI. Least of all overclocking geeks like myself which takes further power away from the PSU to provide system stability.

In short: Some people NEED a power supply this strong.

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  • Dean S.
  • 12/1/2008 3:49:37 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsAmazingly awesome (and overkill for 99% the rigs out there as of 2012!)

Pros: Has enough power and then some to power anything you will throw at it for the next several years (at least 5).

Serves as a space heater, hair dryer, and if you put it in an oven, it WILL cook a turkey.

Cons: You need your own mini nuclear reactor to power this thing if you don't have over one circuit that you can access in your house.

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  • Alicia R.
  • 10/5/2008 11:13:44 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsUnnecessarily Awesome

Pros: This thing is a BEAST! Enough power to run my gaming rig with a huge amount of extra power. Running 3 nvidia 280s, 8gig DDR3 RAM, 4 WD VRaptors 15,000 RPM 300gig drives, Blu-ray burner, 2 CD/DVD drives, Intel 9770 @ 3.7ghz, Full Danger Den liquid cooling system (cpu/gpu/nb/sb), 790i evga mobo, 4 cold cathode light tubes.

This thing has enough juice to power anything you can throw at it.

Cons: Had to run an extension cord to a different room in my house, when I powered on the PC with both cords on the same breaker, it would trip every time.

It can't do backflips, and it doesnt play guitar.

Other Thoughts: Seriously, this is extremely unnecessary for 99% of users. I'm fairly certain if this thing had the proper power connectors on it you could run 2 entire gaming PCs with a bit of power left to spare.

Your neighbors will wonder why your lights dim whenever you turn on your rig.

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