I've tuned my guitar to CGCGGe in order to learn 'Head Down' from Soundgarden, and are now experimenting a bit with that tuning. While in that specific tuning, and you hold a normal power chord rooted on the 5th string (as per example)and play the 3rd, 4th and 5th strings, you have, what is in my opinion a sus2 chord.
For example, if you hold and play what is an open A power chord in normal tuning, you have the following three notes G (open 5th string), D (2nd fret 4th string) and A (2nd fret 3rd string).
My issue is, I cannot find an exact chordname in chord identifiers with the exact order of notes. As above, my chord consist of G-D-A in that order. A Gsus2 chord is G-A-D, then there are two inversions, but none in the specific order G-D-A.
I still believe G-D-A is a Gsus2 chord, but the amount of theory that I know is not enough to definitely call this chord a Gsus2. My question is, if the 5th degree comes before the 2nd degree in a chord (as per my example in question) , is this chord still a sus2, and if not, what will the best probable name be for a chord where you have the root, 5th and 2nd degrees in that order in a chord