ASUS reveals its new TUF Gaming Gold series PSUs with ATX 3.0 and 16-pin power support

ASUS' new TUF Gaming Power Supplies are ready for the latest GPUs and motherboards

ASUS reveals its new TUF Gaming Gold series PSUs with ATX 3.0 and 16-pin power support

ASUS' latest TUF Gaming Gold PSUs are ATX 3.0 compliant and offer 16-pin power for the latest GPUs

ASUS has just revealed a new range of TUF Gaming Gold power supplies, 80+ Gold rated units that are compliant with the latest power standards and support modern 16-pin graphics cards.

These new TUF Gaming power supplies will be available in 750W, 850W, 1000W, and 1200W flavours, all of which feature full ATX 3.0 support and feature 16-pin power cables for modern graphics cards. These PSUs are ready for Nvidia's RTX 40 series of graphics cards, most of which currently utilise 16-pin power connectors. 

The PCIe 5.0 16-pin power connector is capable of handling 600 watts of power, giving the cable the ability to replace four 6+2-pin PCIe power connectors, cutting down cable clutter dramatically to create cleaner looking gaming PCs. 

With this generation of TUF Gaming Gold power supplies, ASUS has increase the warranty length of their PSUs from six years to ten years, allowing users to see these new PSUs as strong long-term solutions for their PC power needs. 

ASUS reveals its new TUF Gaming Gold series PSUs with ATX 3.0 and 16-pin power support

Press Release - ASUS Announces All-New TUF Gaming Gold PSUs

ASUS today announced the all-new TUF Gaming line of power supplies, designed to provide reliable, stable electricity to gaming PCs for years to come. For this iteration, ASUS engineers have made TUF Gaming PSUs better than ever, with improved 80 PLUS Gold efficiency rating and higher wattages to power any next-generation rig.

Like previous-generation TUF Gaming power supplies, the latest up to 1200 W Gold PSUs are built with military-grade components for reliable long-term usage, with a protective coating over the PCB to protect against short-circuits from moisture and dust. The 135 mm axial-tech fan design increases air pressure to keep operating temperatures low, without the noise of typical premium fans—and the new PSUs also feature a dual ball bearing for extended longevity.

ATX 3.0 compatibility and fully-modular design

This year, we're offering our TUF Gaming power supplies in even higher wattages, perfect for powering a DIY build that's capable of running AAA games well into the future. Consumers are able to choose from 750 W, 850 W, 1000 W and 1200 W designs, each with full ATX 3.0 support and native 16-pin power cables for modern graphics cards. Each model is fully modular, empowering users to eliminate unnecessary cable clutter from builds.

Upgraded efficiency and warranty

The new TUF Gaming PSUs have also been awarded 80 PLUS Gold certification, signifying that they're capable of even-more-efficient operation than the previous generation. These latest models have also gone through the same rigorous testing as all other TUF Gaming components, including extreme temperatures and vibrations, to ensure they're ready for long-haul operation.

In fact, we're so confident in the durability and longevity of TUF Gaming PSUs that we've increased the warranty from six years to 10 years—so users can rest easy that their components are in safe hands.

You can join the discussion on ASUS' new TUG Gaming Gold series of power supplies on the OC3D Forums.

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