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ATX 3.0 Power Supply Makes a Stunning Debut

Meeting the needs of gamers requiring PCI-E 5.0

The Gold-rated GF series and Platinum-rated PF series (550W/ 650W/ 750W/ 850W/ 1000W/ 1200W) are undergoing a comprehensive upgrade with the inclusion of a 12VHPWR connector (built-in 12+4 pin), supporting the next-generation PCI-E 5.0 standard in ATX 3.0 power supplies. These power supplies are set to make a stunning debut in the market. The GF series, in particular, surpasses even the Platinum-rated specifications, providing users with exceptional value and performance akin to a "Platinum-like" standard.


About PCI-E 5.0

PCI-E 5.0, also known as PCI Express 5.0, is the fifth generation of high-speed peripheral component interconnect that serves as the standard interface for connecting high-speed components to the motherboard, replacing previous interfaces such as ISA, PCI, AGP, AMR, and CNR.

PCI-E 5.0 brings higher transfer speeds, doubling the speed of its predecessor, PCI-E 4.0. The speed of PCI-E 5.0 can reach up to 32 GT/s, while PCI-E 4.0 operates at 16 GT/s. Additionally, PCI-E 5.0 can aggregate the bandwidth of x16 channels, achieving a maximum speed of 128 GBps to meet the increasing bandwidth demands of data centers, high-performance computing, artificial intelligence (AI), and the 5G network era.

The next-generation specification ​ATX 3.0

INTEL has redefined the essential requirements for the next-generation high-end graphics cards, and the new ATX 3.0 power supply will become a specification requirement for gamers' computer systems. The new PCI Express 12VHPWR connector reduces the number of power cables and provides higher wattage power to the graphics card, with a maximum power output of up to 600W.

In the ATX 3.0 specification, the power supply must be capable of handling power consumption levels that far exceed its own rated power in a very short period of time. This is to prevent devices from exceeding power consumption specifications, which could result in system failures, triggering protection mechanisms, power shutdown, or system crashes, thus ensuring the safety of the equipment and users.

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GREEN® 91 

GREEN® 91 energy efficiency standard requires power supplies to achieve over 91% energy conversion efficiency at 50% rated-load during high-frequency use in both 115V and 230V input voltage environments.

accuwitt Power Supplies meet the GREEN® 91 standard and exceed the 80 PLUS Gold performance and save 5% to 7% more electricity than the 80 PLUS Bronze, which is equivalent to 2.5% of the rated power.

Exclusive anti-pest design

Innovative protective design to prevent the intrusion of living organisms, avoiding the risk of short circuits caused by pests and perfectly safeguarding important data in the computer.

Effectively reduces the damage rate caused by pests by approximately 82.28%.

Pest damage is covered within the accuwitt warranty scope.

Unleashing a Stunning Impact of Next-generation Technology

accuwitt is launching its first batch of ATX 3.0 power supplies, not only upgrading Gold-certified power supplies to Platinum-level performance but also leading the market with a complete lineup of ATX 3.0 power supplies: GF550/650/750/850.

Moreover, the higher-end Platinum-class PF fully modular series is expected to release higher wattage models of 1000W and 1200W ATX 3.0 power supplies in succession.

The arrival of these cutting-edge products, catering to the demands of numerous heavy-duty computer and gaming enthusiasts, is eagerly anticipated by both players and accuwitt. Let's look forward to a feast of next-generation technology together!

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