MSI is MAG GL power supplyThese new power supplies are PCIe 5.0 compatible and comply with the ATX 3.0 standard. In addition to meeting the new specification guidelines, it also has the added benefit of having yellow pin connectors on both ends of the cable. The idea behind this subtle change is to make it easier for users to see if the cable is fully inserted to prevent the meltdown of the 16 pin connector on one of the best graphics GeForce RTX 4090. and so on to prevent some common hardware failures. card.
According to MSI, users frequently report issues with power connectors burning when using them on newer high-end GPUs. Upon investigation, the team found that one of the most common causes of this issue was improperly connected cables. A new yellow pin connector makes it easy to see if the cable is fully plugged in when building your PC.
The new MAG GL series PSUs are designed to handle Nvidia GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards. It is also compatible with Intel’s Power Supply Design Guide (PSDG) ATX 3.0 standard. This support is only waived if the power supply is not properly installed. This is always necessary, especially considering modern hardware demands.
With the new ATX 3.0 standard, devices can withstand up to 2x total power fluctuation and 3x GPU power fluctuation when using a 16-pin connector. This reduces the need for additional adapters while still guaranteeing delivery of 600W. MAG GL power supplies feature a convenient modular design that aids in cable management.
In the new MAG GL line, three power supplies with 850W, 750W and 650W capacities meet these specifications. They are all ATX 3.0 compliant, use PCIe 5.0 and are 80 Plus certified. MSI has opted for a single rail design with the new MAG GL series. Regardless of capacity, the power supplies have the same compact design, occupying 5.5 x 5.9 x 3.4 inches (140 x 150 x 86 mm). The unit relies on a single 120mm cooling fan with fluid dynamic bearings for active cooling. A typical protection list includes OCP, OVP, OPP, OTP, SCP and UVP.
the models are MAG A850GL PCIE5, MAG A750GL PCIE5and the Mag A650GL. However, the GeForce RTX 4090 requires an 850 W power supply, so only his MAG A850GL PCIE5 meets this requirement. For more information on these new PSUs and their respective specifications, please visit the MSI website. This information was obtained from a recent blog post shared by MSI. For more details and to learn more about the new changes, check here.