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What does ECO mode do on EVGA supernova PSU'S?

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Turns off the fan or keeps it at a very low speed.

Does anyone know what the ECO mode does on EVGA supernova PSU'S?

 

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Eco (Economic, see where im going here?!)

 

It basically just uses less power by turning off the fan or spinning at low speeds.

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Many other PSU have such feature my XFX XTR unit if one of them, it's a good thing to have IMHO.

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At idle it turns of the fan, for quietness. When you put it under load again however like gaming it starts to spin.

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