MSI Introduces Their First Ever PSUs And They Could Be What You’d Want For NVIDIA Ampere
Just recently, the folks at MSI has unveiled and launch their first ever power supply units in the form of their MPG GF series, which features three models respectively. What’s so special about them? Well they could hint on power-hungry that NVIDIA Ampere will bring when it comes out.
MSI MPG GF PSU series
The MSI MPG GF power supply series features the A650GF, A750GF, and A850GF variants. You can tell by their model name that they offer 650W, 750W, and 850W respectively.
Being fully modular PSUs, all three of them are able to support GPUs with three-8-pin connectors as well as processors with two-8-pin connectors. You can also split them with four-8-pin connectors for the graphics card and a single-8-pin connector for the processor.
The brand has claimed that the PSUs are able to support the latest NVIDIA graphics cards. With NVIDIA reportedly looking to introduce their next-gen GPUs on 1st of September, it is reported that MSI is bundling a 12-pin Micro-Fit 3.0 power adapter with their power supply units.
With NVIDIA confirming that their next Founders Edition cards will offer a “compact electrical design, with a new 12-pin power connector that allows more space for components and cooling, and is compatible with 8-pin connectors in existing power supplies with an included adapter”, your best bet is to get the 850W model if you’re planning on upgrading to NVIDIA’s upcoming graphics.
All the models from the MSI MPG GF series are 80 Plus Gold certified and they utilize 100% Japanese 105C capacitors. They also come with a long 10-year warranty for assurance.
Pokdepinion: Looks good from MSI. Now I wonder if they’ll make their way here to Malaysia and what’s the price going to be like..