XPG Announces ATX 3.0 Compliant Power Supply Units

XPG, a fast-growing provider of systems, components, and peripherals for gamers, Esports pros, and tech enthusiasts, today announces a new series of high performance power supply units. With the newly announced NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 series GPUs, end users who plan on updating to these latest graphics cards will now need power supply units with a new type of connector. XPG actively works to provide the most up-to-date technology in all their products and happily upgrades/updates product specifications to meet the latest standards where possible. In order to meet the needs of gamers looking to upgrade soon, XPG has developed a new series of power supplies that are both ATX 3.0 compliant and PCIE 5.0 ready.

The 12VHPWR (12 + 4 pin) connector is now required for the next generation of top-tier gaming performance. Meaning you will need a compatible PSU to upgrade. In light of this new connector type and the updated Intel ATX 3.0 specifications, XPG CYBERCORE II series models will come equipped with this new connector type and an updated internal platform.

XPG CYBERCORE II Series – Simply the Best
The XPG CYBERCORE II series delivers full modular 80 PLUS Platinum certified efficiency in 2 high-wattage models: 1000W and 1300W. Even more impressive is the fact that this was achieved within XPG’s most compact high-wattage PSU form factor to date. Cooled with the XPG VENTO PRO 120 PWM fan by Nidec, it’s an excellent balance between noise, performance, and product lifespan. The XPG CYBERCORE II Platinum delivers premium performance for users with higher wattage requirements. What was already the best is now even better.

XPG CYBERCORE II models will hit stores soon. Prepare yourself and your system for the next generation of PC gaming. Game smarter, game better, and gamer faster with XPG.

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