We don't normally find power supply units all that awe-inspiring, not even the ones with massive outputs, but the EVGA NEX 1500W might change that.
We don't say it only due to the number of watts, though it is high to be sure. The reason for our, and most other people's, interest is the SuperNOVA software.
, the NEX 1500W power supply has complex monitoring circuits which connect to the PC over the USB interface.
It is that connection that feeds the SuperNOVA program info on output power, voltage and current readings for the +12V and +15V rails, fan speeds, temperatures, efficiency measurement, etc.
As if that weren't enough, owners can tweak +12V rail voltage, fan speed/fan speed curve (vs. load and vs. temperature) and enable an OC mode (pushes maximum power output to 1,650W on 230V AC).
Finally, though we are sure there are some other features left to disclose, the measurements can be plotted on line-graphs, allowing patterns and history to be studied.