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FRONTPAGE MSI MPG A1000G PCIe 5.0 1000W Power Supply Overview

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MSI was kind enough to loan us its latest version of the popular A1000G PCIE5 power supply. In this overview, we take a look at the features and specifications of the new PCIe 5.0-capable power supply. With Intel's current 12th Gen Core processors and the soon-to-launch Intel 13th Gen and AMD's Ryzen4 AM5 CPUs, PCIE5 will finally become the mainstream connector for high-end GPUs and NVMe SSDs. We start by looking at the specifications table.
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Nebulous

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Ooooh, a CWT build. Nice! If I remember CWT builds catered to business servers. Nice to see them going towards the PC enthusiast market.
 

Voodoo Rufus

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With new GPUs comes new PSUs. Going to be a stiff upgrade cost when the day comes.

Nice looking unit.
 

Nebulous

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Shhhh! I've been faking it for 9 years. LOL

Actually, never heard of them before. I don't do much on the server side of the biz.
Ahh, gotcha. Dam I'm sorry, I hope no one else knows. Your secret is safe with me :thup: Yeah back in the day CWT was a major player for server grade PSU's. Me thinks they're OEM for TT and some Corsair units as well.
 

EarthDog

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I need to find the list... but CWT has been the base of many consumer-class PSUs... at least they were...not sure now.
 

Robert17

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Hmmm. Well, O.K. Hmmm. Thanks Joe. Thought I knew how to do that function. How do I make it another color Bold Link?

Should be fixed now. Also, please note it's an older comprehensive list; there may be newer info available.
 

Robert17

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I thought you forgot to add it. :)

HIghlight the text you want to make a link and click on the link icon thing.. drop the URL there, save/accept/ok, and viola!
Yeah, I got that part, same as the older script. I must have mush-brained it. What about the color of font?
 

Blaylock

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Before Xenforo you couldn't change the color of a link. Not sure about now as I haven't tried it.