There is no longer any doubt that Nvidia’s new Ampere graphics cards, which will be presented on September 1, will receive a new 12-pin power connector.
And today MSI introduced the first power supplies out of the box suitable for working with the latest Nvidia products. The power supplies are modular, and they do not have 12-pin connectors, but there is a cable that, on the one hand, has a new connector for connecting upcoming video cards, and on the other, two ordinary eight-pin connectors. All in all, the blocks have three eight-pin connectors for video cards and two similar ones for the CPU.
New items belong to the MPG GF line. At the moment there are three new models: A650GF, A750GF and A850GF power, as you might guess, 650, 750 and 850 watts, respectively. The units are 80 Plus Gold certified and boast Japanese capacitors. In addition, the units are backed by a 10-year limited warranty. No price data yet.