ATX 3.0 power supplies, everything you need to know about the new standard

The computer industry is preparing for a new generation of processors and graphics cards. To do this, the energy needs will have to change, optimizing the flow of energy. Power supplies 3.0. are MSI’s answer.

When you build a computer there are many things to consider. It’s not like when you buy a laptop or a mac Manzana for obvious reasons. when you ride one tower There are infinite possibilities and components to take into account.

And the power supply is one of those components that many overlook when they shouldn’t: it’s what saves you from a power surge; the one that can save you thousands of euros if it is efficient; and who ultimately gives life to your tower.

MSI wanted to take a step in a rather unusual direction: innovate in power supplies, despite the fact that the Taiwanese company is not especially known for its PSUs (it is more of components of computer such as motherboards or graphics cards).

These sources will be compatible with ATX 3.0: the MEG Ai1300P PCIE5 and the MPG A1000G PCie5. Both power supplies emphasize being ready for all future graphics cards and high-performance components. That is, the RTX 4000 and the AMD Ryzen 7000 series.

Both the MEG Ai1300P PCIE5 and MPG A1000G PCIE5 feature a PCIe 5.0 and Intel PSDG ATX 3.0 compliant port. The native 16 PIN PCIe connector prepares the power supplies for all future high performance graphics cards.

The connector can freely channel up to 600W of power to PCIe 5.0 graphics cards. These power supplies can also support up to 2x full power and 3x GPU powerfully prepared for all future high-performance components.

The MEG Ai1300P PCIE5 also stands out for having an intelligent chip. To access the chip you just have to connect to the microUSB port of the source.

Through the MSI Center, this power supply helps you monitor in real time the percentage of power supplied to the GPU and CPU and the total system wattage used. The fan can switch between performance mode or silent mode based on load and temperature.

Japanese capacitors to secure your tower

For these power supplies, MSI has used 100% Japanese 105°C capacitors and solid capacitors to provide quality and stability (These two parameters are highly reputed within the sector).

They also have standard protection mechanisms, such as OCP/OTP/OVP/OPP/UVP/SCP. The MEG Ai1300P PCIE5 even has heatsinks designed to cover as many capacitors as possible to help dissipate internal heat.

Lastly, both are proudly endorsed by a 10-year limited warranty to offer maximum peace of mind to customers.

Although when you buy an Apple computer or a laptop you assume that you have bought quality equipment, when you build a tower you know that you can not leave anything to chance. And your power supply is important… almost the most important.

Source: computerhoy.com

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