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MSI Introduces  MEG Ai1300P PCIE5 which is the world’s first complete ATX 3.0 PSU

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The MEG Ai1300P PCIE5 from MSI is the first completely compliant ATX 3.0 power supply in the world. This device can endure surges of 2,600W electricity and is made for power-hungry next-generation GPUs.

Intel’s newest power supply standard is ATX 3.0, which was finalised in February. Notably, the new standard enables the brand-new 16-pin 12VHPWR power connector, which provides single-cable power consumption of up to 600W. Additionally, ATX 3.0 adds several new power requirements with enhanced efficiency and reliability ratings as well as a much-increased tolerance for power spikes.

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Last week, Intel released a dismal financial report; the business lost money for the first time in decades, in part due to a fall in PC sales. Additionally, Intel said that it would delay the release of its crucial Xeon Sapphire Rapids data centre CPUs and kill off Optane, another failing business area, making it the sixth unit to be killed off under the leadership of new CEO Pat Gelsinger.

The first and only power supply that completely complies with the ATX 3.0 standard is MSI’s MEG Ai1300P PCIE5. 

Power supplies used today are made to withstand transient power spikes above their rated power limits. However, these surges have become a problem with the 30 series GPUs to the point that certain units will turn off due to overprotection restrictions (rarely, but it does happen from time to time). Furthermore, given that next-generation GPUs are expected to virtually quadruple current-generation GPUs’ power consumption ratings, it’s reasonable to predict that their power spikes will be at least as terrible as current-generation GPUs’.

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The largest power surge that the new power supply can withstand is 2,600W, and it can only withstand such a spike for a fraction of a second. The device can withstand a 2,340W power surge for 1ms, a 2,080W power spike for 10ms, and a 1,560W power spike for 100ms, but this time increases significantly with lower power spikes.

However, as the launch of Nvidia’s 40 series and AMD’s Radeon RX 7000 series GPUs approaches, more ATX 3.0-compliant devices ought to appear on the market soon.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.

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