MSI has confirmed that its new generation MEG Ai1300 and MEG 1000P power supplies are certified as 80 Plus Titanium Energy Efficiency. In addition, it became known that they are not only certified to work with the new PCIe 5.0 graphics cards, but also comply with the ATX 3.0 standard.
It’s no secret that these new products from MSI will feature 12+4-pin 12VHPWR power connectors for next-generation graphics cards. This became known earlier this year. The announcement of both PSU models was expected at Computex 2022 in May, but MSI delayed their release.
Thanks to new leak It became known that the power supplies MEG Ai1300 and MEG 1000P are certified according to the ATX 3.0 standard. This means that the same 1300W MEG Ai1300 model can deliver twice the total output power for a short period of time, ie 2600W. Note that this is peak power only for a short period of time.
For the graphics subsystem, the new power supplies will be able to provide three times the output power at peak. The future flagship graphics accelerator GeForce RTX 4090 is rumored to have a power consumption of 450 watts. This means the new MSI MEG power supplies can deliver up to 1350W of peak power to the GPU when needed.