Cooler Master MWE and GX series power supply launched ATX 3.0 version

With the successive release of AMD Ryzen 7000 series processors, Intel Core 13th generation processors, and Nvidia RTX 40 series graphics cards, the power demand for the new generation of hardware is increasing day by day. 3.0 power supplies are also constantly being updated.

Cooler Master released its own ATX 3.0 power supply series before, including V SFX Platinum / V Gold i / MWE and so on. Recently, the black and white version of MWE Gold V2 and the ATX 3.0 power supplies of the GX series are officially released, and a series of ATX 3.0 power supplies will be launched one after another.

The Cooler Master MWE Gold V2 and GX Gold 1050W/ 1250W power supplies ushered in the ATX 3.0 iterative upgrade version. The two ATX 3.0 power supplies first added a native 12VHPWR cable, which meets the requirements of ATX 3.0 and PCIe Gen 5. The output power of a single cable reaches 600W, and the wiring is more beautiful. At the same time, the power supply can support 200% peak power output capability, and the original PCIe 6+2Pin cable is not canceled, and it is still backward compatible with all series of graphics cards such as RTX 30 series / RTX 20 series.

MWE and GX series power supply still continue the design architecture of active PFC + full bridge LLC + DC-DC, 100% of all Japanese capacitors can withstand heat up to 105°C, and the 140mm silent fan adopts intelligent temperature control design, which can be achieved under 40% load. 0 noise operation, fully modular wiring allows users to match according to their own needs, and also supports a 10-year warranty.

The ATX 3.0 power supplies of Cooler Master MWE Gold V2 and GX Gold are priced at 1249 yuan (1050W) and 1449 yuan (1250W) , and they are now officially on sale.

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