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Motherboard manufacturers unite against Intel’s efficient PSU plans

In preparation for Intel’s Alder Lake launch later this year, the company has been trying to convince manufacturers to move over to its more energy efficient ATX12V0 power standard, ready for these 12th generation, monster CPUs. But since this would involve big, and potentially awkward changes for manufacturers of both motherboards and PSUs, Intel has been met with a “united front of rejection” from both sides.

The proposed power standard would deliver just a single rail of 12V direct current through a 10-pin connector—as opposed to the current 24-pin, alternating current standard—but would require a complete rehash of motherboard and component designs. Potentially an expensive one. Reports from Igor’s Lab (via Sweclockers) note the concern around compatibility issues, and the potential to cause major rifts across the industry. 

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