EVGA announced the launch of Powerlink, an accessory designed for graphics cards that he presented a few years ago but that has not seen the light until now, and arrives to offer a much more aesthetic feed to our graphics card without wires involved, and all promising to supply the energy in a more stable way.
To do this, the EVGA PowerLink integrated into the plastic housing two solid state capacitors that helped to filter / eliminate ripple and noise from the power supply, which translates into a graph that draws on a more stable energy. According to the company, with this accessory you can reduce at up to almost 39% peak voltage You have to endure the GPU, going from 1,008mV to 728mV in the tests performed.
In addition to improving the stability of the energy supplied to the graph, it also helps the team look better, since you only see one piece to choose from black or silver with the EVGA logo that looks like an extension of the graph, which eliminates what is usual, see the PCI-Express connectors and power cables giving the feeling that the graphic is not connected to any outlet. Its price will be around 25 euros, so it is not an economical accessory.