For several days now nvidia He has a very serious matter to deal with. Specifically, they do tours on the Internet the reviewer From new brand owners RTX 4090 How converter Included in the packaging from the power supply company, It can melt while the card is working!
In case you didn’t know, the new generation of Nvidia graphics cards leaves behind the familiar 8pin connections. Alternatively, the cards can run at up to 600 watts from a single connection, the new PCIe 5.0 12VHPWR power connector. This connector is only present on the latest generation ATX 3.0 power supplies, so computers with older PSUs require the use of an adapter.
Typically, the 12VHPWR connector is designed to deliver up to 600 watts to the graphics card. However, the 8pin connector is only designed for 150W. Thus, in cases where the consumption reaches 600W or 450W, it has been observed that more than the recommended load can pass through the 8pin connection, if a 16pin to 2x8pin splitter cable is used. At the same time, the load is not well balanced even with 16 to 3 x 8 pin splitter cables.
The new serious accident
So, up to now, there have been worrisome incidents related to melted transformers, noting that the problem mainly occurs when the cables are bent too hard or if they are plugged in and unplugged multiple times. Now, another very serious report has emerged. Specifically, according to suspension On Facebook, the owner of the MSI GeForce RTX 4090 Gaming X Trio 24G graphics card saw what no new PC owner would want to see. As per user photos Graphics card power supply melted. The cool thing is how The user had a new ATX 3.0 power supplyMSI’s MEG Ai1300P With original 16-pin cable.
Yes, as you understand correctly, we have The first accident of the 12VHPWR power connector fused to the RTX 4090, without using any adapter. As can be seen from the user photos, in addition to the connector, it also appears that the graphics card has been damaged.
See photos of the new accident with the original 12VHPWR power connector melted:
It should be noted that MSI contacted the user and offered to replace both the graphics card and the power supply. On the other hand, Nvidia acknowledged the problem a few days ago, noting that it is conducting investigations, but we still don’t know what the results are.
With the first original 12VHPWR power connector melted, it seems the problem isn’t just the adapter after all. So it remains to be seen where Nvidia’s internal investigation will end.
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