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ATX 3.0 POWER SUPPLY

SHAPING THE FUTURE

XPG has released a new line of high-performance power supply units designed for gamers, Esports pros, and tech enthusiasts. These PSUs feature a new connector that supports the latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 series GPUs. Our products meet the recently updated ATX 3.0 specifications and are regularly updated to keep pace with industry advancements, ensuring our customers receive reliable, high-performance PSUs that will serve them well for years to come.

XPG ATX 3.0 PSU FAMILY

FUSION
1600W
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FUSION
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CYBERCORE II
1300W/1000W
CYBERCORE IICYBERCORE II
CYBERCORE II
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CORE REACTOR II
1200W/1000W
CORE REACTOR IICORE REACTOR II
CORE REACTOR II
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CORE REACTOR II
850W/750W/650W
CORE REACTOR IICORE REACTOR II
CORE REACTOR II
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KYBER
850W/750W
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KYBER
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AWARDS

Editor’s Choice Award
The first edition Core Reactor supplies were credited to XPG for the company having a position in the power supply market. Thanks to these supplies, the company gained a great position as it was classified as the best power supplies in its class.

The supplier has a gold certificate in all voltages, and with all companies that give certificates, it is simply a gold supplier, whether you turn it on. On a voltage of 115v or 220v, whether with 80+ certificates or from Cybenetics, with the company’s use of fully solid Japanese capacitors, the TGD platform from CWT, and the ability to change the fan with ease. All of this makes today’s supplier one of the top providers, and of course the provider supports the ATX 3.0 standard and runs modern cards. Even the RTX 4090 without any problem, which made the company offer users a 10-year warranty with excellent cables for connectivity, sufficient for any user and with a longer length than some other providers.
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eTeknix
“It was sitting here running not one, not two, not three, but FOUR ASUS RTX 4090 graphics cards, all being run hard in multiple benchmarks to pull around 1800W+ give or take 100W at any given moment. Now bad for a unit that’s actually rated for 1600W, and all while delivering stable performance, voltages and reliability even in this hot and humid tradeshow; this is a seriously potent and well-built bit of kit!”
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hwbusters
“In power supplies, especially ATX v3.0 ones, the performance section that matters the most is transient response at 12V, and in this, the XPG Cybercore II 1300 Platinum easily earns first place. The overall performance is high. As it seems XPG did some modifications to increase performance”
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  • The ability to handle GPU power spikes up to 3x the card’s power rating and 2.35x the total listed power excursion.
  • Faster system wake up and power on signal.
  • Up to 60% efficiency on a 10W load.
  • A dedicated 12VHPWR connector.
  • Compliant with the latest Intel ATX 3.0 design guide specifications.
  • The ability to push 600W of power to your GPU through a single connector.
  • Direct data communication from the GPU to the PSU.

To find the perfect XPG ATX 3.0 compliant PSU for your system, you need to consider several factors. Think about your system's power consumption needs, the components you plan to use, and the level of efficiency you desire. Start by calculating your system's power consumption using an online power supply calculator; then add around 20% to the result to ensure stable and reliable power delivery.

Make sure to account for all the components you plan to use, such as your CPU, GPU, and storage devices. This will give you a rough idea of the wattage your system will need.

Finally, consider the level of efficiency you desire. ATX 3.0 PSU models come with different efficiency ratings, such as 80 PLUS Gold, 80 PLUS Platinum, and 80 PLUS Titanium . The higher the rating, the more efficient the PSU is at converting AC power to DC power, which can save you money on your energy bills over time. Once you have considered these factors, you can narrow down your options and choose the XPG ATX 3.0 PSU that best matches your power requirements and budget.