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MPG A850GF: MSI also goes into power supplies!

MPG A850GF: MSI also goes into power supplies!

MSI, best known for its motherboards and graphics cards, is entering a new sector. This morning we learned that the brand will offer power supplies from March 5th. The manufacturer launches with MPG A850GF and MPG A750GF, two blocks in ATX format!

MPG A850GF & MPG A750GF: two full modular blocks certified 80+ Gold!


With its new MPG power supply series, MSI offers us two fully modular power supplies. All the connections will therefore be removable, with only the cables and connectors required for PC mounting being selected. In addition, the cores are black and flat type. The aim is to facilitate the wiring and to free itself from a possible additional rigidity brought by a sheath for example.

In terms of dimensions, clearly, these blocks will not fit in all housings. Indeed, whether it is for the 850W or 750W model, the depth will be 16 cm. Wiring could be difficult in a Silverstone Sugo 14 or Sugo 15 housing for example.

Otherwise, as for the electrical characteristics of these models, we find four 12V rails. We have two 25A rails to power the motherboard and the CPU and two 40A rails (35A for the 750W block) for two graphic cards. Otherwise, in terms of protection, we have OVP, OCP, OPP, OTP, SCP and UVP. Ditto, we will find an active PFC and Japanese 105°C capacitors.

MSI MPG A850GF For connectors we have :

  • 1x ATX 24-pin 60 cm
  • 2x EPS12V CPU 4+4-pin 70 cm
  • 6x PCIe 6+2-pin 50 cm
  • 8x SATA of 95 cm
  • 4x Molex of 110 cm
  • 1x floppy

As we told you, the launch will take place on March 5th, according to our colleague from Guru3D. For the moment, we still don’t know the prices, nevertheless, we know that the guarantee of these blocks certified 80+ Gold is 10 years!

Here and there are the MSI data sheets!

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