MSI Introduces MAG GL Series ATX 3.0 Power Supply Units

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅16.06.2023 16:20:31

MSI introduces the new MAG GL Series power supply units featuring PCIe 5.0 and Intel ATX 3.0 standards. The MSI MAG GL series ATX 3.0 power supply features an innovative dual-colour 16-pin 12VHPWR connector that provides a simple solution to the known risk posed by improperly plugged 12VHPWR connectors.

Press Release
The latest MSI MAG GL Series power supply unit series helps complete MSI’s offering of PCIe 5.0 ready power supply units across its entire lineup, besides being ATX 3.0 compatible and PCIe 5.0 ready with native 16 Pin connectors designed in yellow to improve assembly identification. This is an 80 PLUS Gold certified power supply unit that is fully modular, single-railed with DC to DC structure. Just from the mentioned features alone, you can tell that it is a power supply unit designed to fully tackle the latest high-performing graphics cards while maintaining a stable supply of power. The power supply is 140x150x86 mm, which means it can also easily fit in most of the micro-ATX chassis.

The MSI MAG GL series ATX 3.0 power supply fully supports NVIDIA GeForce 40 series graphics cards and complies with PCIe 5.0 and Intel PSDG (Power Supply Design Guide) ATX 3.0 standard. ATX 3.0 standard means the power supply can hold up to 2x total power excursion and 3x GPU power excursion while using native 16 Pin PCIe connectors that can pipe up to 600W of power and reduce the use of adapters, optimizing assembly space. Now MSI ATX 3.0 power supplies are across the entire series, offering many options for choosing the power supply they need. (MAG A850GL PCIE5 and MAG A750GL PCIE5 only)

MSI Dual-Colour 16-pin Cable

Examining the reported cases of power supply connectors being burnt when paired with high-end graphics cards, we’ve identified the main reason: the connectors not being plugged in properly and the connector pins suffering from fallouts. With this new cable, we successfully tackle both issues head-on. The cable’s connector colour has been changed to yellow so that users can easily see if the connector has been plugged in properly.

MSI did not reveal pricing as of this writing. To learn more, please visit the product page links below.

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