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Asus ROG Loki is an SFF power supply with 750 to 1200 watts, which also offers for the first time the new 16-pin PCIe connector, which can deliver graphics cards up to 600 watts via just one connection. The power supply in the SFX-L form factor is specifically designed for Mini-ITX computer systems and shows where the flight is going.

Especially for mini-ITX systems, the small form factor (SFF) and therefore SFX and SFX-L format power supplies are increasingly important. Asus is now paying special attention to this with its new ROG Loki series, equipping the power supplies not only with a very wide range of service and model variants with 750, 850, 1000 and 1200 watts, but also with a state of the art feature set including the latest PCIe power connections.

Even PCIe Gen 5.0 ready, Loki is equipped with a 16-pin PCIe cable that can deliver up to 600W of power to modern compatible graphics cards.

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The new PCIe Gen5 connector can be used to power upcoming PCIe 5.0 compatible graphics cards with up to 600W of power per connection. The upcoming Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Ti will be the first graphics card to have a new pre-powered power connection and should be able to supply it with up to 450W.

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Contains EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti K | NGP | N even on two 16-pin connectors, combined with a PCIe slot, can deliver up to 1,275 watts, already a precursor to the next generation of Nvidia Lovelace and AMD RDNA 3 GPUs.

Asus ROG Loki with 16-pin PCIe Gen5 connector
Asus ROG Loki with 16-pin PCIe Gen5 connector (Photo: Asus)

The manufacturer didn’t provide any information on pricing and availability of the ROG Loki power supply series during its presentation at CES 2022, but did reveal that the 1200 Watt model is 80Plus Titanium certified, and the 750, 850 and 1000 models are certified with 80Plus Platinum.

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