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MSI MPG A1000G PCIE5 Power Supply Review (with 16-PIN 12VHPWR Connector)


Conclusion and Verdict

Using an Intel Core i9-12900KF which has a default TDP of 125W (and a whopping 240-250W during Turbo boost), along with a Radeon RX 6750 XT (TBP of 250W), the total power consumption was well over 500W just for these two components. So it’s important we have a decent power supply that can handle it. A few years ago, I would have said a 750W-850W PSU would do it. But with today’s power hungry CPUs and GPUs, I would definitely recommend a 1000W PSU or higher. Make sure you do your research and make sure you are able to meet the power requirements of your system when getting a new power supply.

Now, with that said … we’re also looking for When it comes to power supply it’s important to have stabily at full load. And having a stable +12V line is the key. From our full load tests, both the +12V and +3V did not drop at all, which is is amazing. The +5V line dropped ever so slightly (-0.02V) which is neglible. I’m more than happy to say that this power supply should be able to handle everything you throw at it, inculding of course all the up-coming high-end graphics card that uses the latest PCIE 5.0 16-Pin connector.

If you’re a fan of RGB, then you’re out of luck. There’s no RGB lighting on the power supply, but it does come with 80Plus Gold certification, zero-fan mode, flat modular cables and uses high quality Japanese capacitors.

With Nvidia’s imminent release of their next-gen graphics cards, the MSI MPG A1000G PCIE5 is more than ready to handle it. It comes with 2 special cables featuting the new 16-pin PCIe 5.0 connectors. The first cable is a 600W 16-pin to 16-pin, while the 2nd cable is a 16-pin to 2 x PCI-E (6+2 Pin).



We don’t have a price on the MSI MPG A1000G PCIE5 yet, but based on price of the orginal (non PCIE5 version) of the power supply, it should be very competitive and attractively priced. It’available to buy directly from MSI store … https://us-store.msi.com/MPG-A1000G-PCIE5 with a MSRP of $199.99. Alternatively, you can buy the original (non PCIE5 version) MSI MPG A1000G Power Supply for around USD $154.99 from Amazon – https://amzn.to/3bxoiQC



  • Supports NVIDIA’s next-gen graphics cards
  • Full modular design
  • Flat cables
  • 80 Plus Gold certified for high efficiency
  • 100% all Japanese Ccapacitors
  • Industrial level protection with OVP,OCP,OPP,OTP, SCP,UVP
  • Solid performance
  • Single +12V Rail @ 83.5A



  • No RGB lightning


Final Thoughts:

If you need an affordable and compact power supply that supports PCIE 5.0 (16-Pin connectors) for next-gen graphics cards, then look no further. The MSI MPG A1000G PCIE5 has it all. It’s fully modular, uses 100% Japanese capacitors, and comes with 80 Plus Gold certification, Zero-fan button, and 2 special cables featuring the new 16-pin PCIe 5.0 connectors.



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