PCIe 5.0 graphics card/power interface HD exposure: up to 600W
PCIe 5.0 graphics card/power interface HD exposure: up to 600W.
The highest power supply is 600W! PCIe 5.0 graphics card/power interface HD exposure.
There has been news about the PCIe 5.0 standard graphics card power supply interface for a long time.
Although this new card RTX 3090 Ti is not equipped with it in the end, it seems that it will wait for the next-generation RTX 40 and RX 7000 series, but the power supply manufacturers have already taken action.
ASUS used a simplified version of the 12-pin style before, without additional 4-pin for signal and control, and the maximum power supply capacity was 450W.
Now, MSI’s next-generation MEG and MPG series high-end power supplies have been exposed, not only with a maximum power of 1300W, but also with a complete 12+4-pin interface configuration for the first time.
The new power supplies include MEG 1300W, 1000W 80PLUS Platinum, MPG 1000W, 850W, 750W 80PLUS Gold, all equipped with PCIe 5.0 power supply interface as standard, 12 power supply interfaces/pins, 4 signal interfaces/pins are all present.
The included power cord is also very thoughtful. There are both brand new 12+4 pins to 12+4 pins, and 12+4 pins to an 8 pin plus a 6+2 pin for switching.
They are used to support current PCIe 4.0 graphics cards and future PCIe 5.0 graphics cards, but not for earlier PCIe 3.0 graphics cards. The power supply capacity of a single interface can be up to 600W.