NVIDIA RTX 4090 graphics card also burned with native 16Pin power cable

Another GeForce RTX 4090 user reported that the native 16Pin power cable was burned. According to him on Reddit, he moved the cord carefully without bending it unnecessarily. Fortunately, the power connector on the graphics card was not burned out, and the MSI graphics card + power supply combination was also used, which were MSI's GeForce RTX 4090 Gaming X Trio 24GB graphics card and MPG A1000G power supply.

Many users had previously reported that the Nvidia RTX 4090 had a problem with burning the power cord, but they all used a 12VHPWR to 8Pin interface adapter cable, and Nvidia officials are investigating the problem.

Recently, another user reported that the Nvidia RTX 4090 graphics card using the native ATX 3.0 16Pin power cord also burned. As you can see from the pictures posted by Facebook users, he uses an MSI GeForce RTX 4090 Gaming X Trio 24GB graphics card and an MSI MEG AI1300P power supply.

The picture shows that the power interface looks similar to the previous burnout interface, but unlike before, the user did not bend the power cord. MSI has contacted the user to replace the graphics card and power supply, and the main cause of the problem is not yet known.

AMD recently released the RX 7000 series graphics cards, which did not follow Nvidia to use the 16Pin power interface, but used traditional multiple 8Pin power supplies.

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