MSI announces the new series of MPG GF power supplies, a line of high-performance products that among the outstanding features certainly boasts native support for the upcoming NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 graphics cards, expected to debut on September 1st.
We immediately specify that "native support" does not mean that the power supplies currently on the market will not be compatible, but rather that MSI has thought of these models to offer the best possible support to the new NVIDIA cards with Ampere GPUs.
As emerged in recent days, in fact, the new GeForce RTX will be equipped with a new PCIe 12pin power connector (probably the two flagship models), a solution that – until the final adoption by the power supply manufacturers – will be usable by connecting the cable / PCIe 12pin adapter to two standard PCIe 8pin PSU connectors.
In fact, from the image above it can be seen that the MSI MPG GF power supplies offer two PCIe 8pin connectors dedicated to the primary graphics card, a characteristic therefore that coincides with the rumors leaked so far on the new generation GeForce RTX. To confirm there are also some photos of the adapter in question leaked on twitter (link in STREET).
MSI MPG GF power supplies feature a fully modular design, use high quality components and offer 80Plus Gold certified energy efficiency. The manufacturer offers three models, respectively with power of 650, 750 and 850 watts, all covered by a ten-year warranty; however, no details emerged on availability and prices.
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