Last fall MSI announced that they were entering into the power supply market. It isn’t a huge surprise. MSI has been slowly branching out their product lineup with lots of peripherals for years in addition to the normal motherboards and GPUs. They are also a big name in laptops and prebuilt systems as well. We have seen similar companies like Asus do the same thing over the last few years and Gigabyte as well. You can now pick a brand and nearly build a complete themed out PC with a lot of companies. I did that with Asus not long ago and here soon MSI could be a possibility as well now that they have PSUs, new cases (they did a few cheaper cases years ago), and water cooling all being added. The new power supplies have the same MPG branding that MSI uses on their motherboard naming and their first units are available in 650w, 750w, and 850w options. The MPG A750GF that I’m checking out today is of course the middle option. SO let’s see what they are all about.

Product Name: MSI MPG A750GF Power Supply

Review Sample Provided by: MSI

Written by: Wes Compton

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Model Number


Form Factor


Power Watt


Input Voltage

100~240 Vac

Input Current

115Vac/10.0A max. 230Vac/5.0A max.

Input Frequency

47Hz ~ 63Hz


Up to 90% (80 Plus Gold)

Fan Size

140 mm


150mm x160mm x86mm

PFC Type

Active PFC



Cables Included

x1 ATX CONNECTOR - 24-PIN - 600mm ± 10mm
x6 PCI-E CONNECTOR - 8-PIN (6+2) - 500mm ± 10mm
x8 SATA CONNECTOR - (SATA) - 950mm ± 10mm
x2 EPS CONNECTOR - 8-PIN (4+4) - 700mm ± 10mm
x5 PERIPHERAL / FDD CONNECTOR - 4-PIN - 1100mm ± 10mm


10 years


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