160watt – MAX – 24Pin ATX Power Module. Included SATA, Molex, CPU power connectors. Ditch your ATX Power Supply Entirely

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This adapter will power your motherboard, CPU and (2) peripheral device with a total output power of 160watt – MAX – . Please see the Discussions tab for important informations on this adapter

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Product Description

Please see the Discussions tab for important informations on this adapter 

Don't spend anymore money on expensive high end ATX power supplies for your mining rigs!

This adapter will power your motherboard, CPU and (2) peripheral device with a total output power of 160Watt.  Kit include specific cables allowing you to use one 12v PCIe port to power your components.

See pictures for details

Kit Includes

  • ATX Module adapter
  • Cable kit for Molex, SATA, CPU
  • 12v PCIe cable power adapter

**Breakoutboard Rev: 7 and Power Supply Not included, used in pictures for reference only**

Additional Information

Weight 0.25 lbs
Condition

new

Manufacturer

Centrix

MPN

CZYDEY160

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Support
4 months 17 days ago

The maximum output of this adapter is 160watt. This power is divided by your CPU / Motherboard / and one or two peripheral. They are limitation… Here some example that will easily exceed 160 watt, resulting in errors

– Powering device such as CD, DVD or HDD at any RPM
– Having any card installed on the actual Motherboard such as GPU’s, controllers or any other

The adapter will not display any alarm when operating beyond its maximum output. However, you will notice problems such as instability and other weird error.
Within the month of August we will introduce 180 watt and 220 watt module adapter

Guest
Kainzo
4 months 15 days ago

What is the MM size of the DC plug? is it 2.5mm or 2.1mm?

Support
4 months 14 days ago

2.5mm

Customer
slickster100
4 months 5 days ago

Why can’t you just power the 8 pin EPS of the motherboard with the Server Power Supply? Its 12v. you already have an adapter cable for the barrel connection just split it to a 4 pin or 8 pin EPS connector. This would transfer the load from the Pico to the server power supply. If an operating system is run from a USB flash drive, then you wouldn’t even need the pico breakout cable (cleaner install).

Support
4 months 5 days ago

It’s great idea but we would need to make a special cable as PCIe 6pin have reverse polarity. Definitely would take load off the pico board. We will make some test

Customer
jimmykl
3 months 17 days ago

+1 I’d buy this special cable if it was available. I need to use a 4 pin to 8 pin adapter at the moment to use the Pico with my motherboard.

Support
3 months 17 days ago

You don’t need it! The 4pin connector fit in the 8pins which are two 4pin together ! … You can’t screw up their is only one way to insert it. That will be plenty for your CPU power

Customer
thomashwood
3 months 13 days ago

so assuming you’re only running a cpu, ram, m2 sata and risers, you can power the board aux port off just 4 of the 8 pins rather than having to convert from 4pin to 8pin eps? TIL

Support
3 months 13 days ago

No conversion required – You simply insert the 4pin into the 8pin – their is only one way to do it. You can screw up

Customer
Marius
3 months 10 days ago

Hello, I have just received the adapter.
Motherboard TBC 250 PRO, will not power on, i assume is the 4 pin CPU ( tried different PSU and everything is fine)

Support
3 months 10 days ago

The 4pin adapter must be insert. It can be insert inside the 8pin. Their is only one position it will fit

Customer
Marius
3 months 9 days ago

:), yes the 4 pin plug is insert ( in the 8 pin ATX plug) , yes there is only one position it will fit, still nothing turns on
currently tried with 3 different motherboards

Support
3 months 9 days ago

Send us a message using the contact form. I will overnight you a 180 monel and we go from there

Customer
Marius
3 months 9 days ago

Thanks for the swift reply! Sending the form now.

Customer
kimbev
3 months 4 days ago

Hi,

I want to buy one of these for a TBC 250 PRO, please confirm if the issue reported by Marius is fixed with the 180w model?

thanks
Kim

Support
3 months 4 days ago

Get the 180 watt instead. The extra 20 watt will make a difference. Keep us all posted on how it goes

Customer
jayeshkavathe
2 months 27 days ago

1. Has anyone tried this with AsRock BTC pro 13 GPU board?
2. I have all the cards and risers on 2400W Server PSU from you guys. Will this adapter support -> Mobo+CPU+ 2 Molex connections those plug onto the motherboard?
3. Any return policy if it fail

Customer
keithkotyk
2 months 26 days ago

I use this cable with the dual 750 watt supply. I only have 7 cards. It seems to power my mobo+cpu just fine. I do not use a harddrive. Keep in mind you will need a molex splitter. My mobo would not run more than 2 cards without those molex connectors, even though Im using powered risers.

Customer
mekemo
2 months 17 days ago

Does this part control the Main PSU ON/OFF state or i have to turn it on from the breakout board .

Currently i am using 200W OEM psu that i can get for 5$ to power the Mobo , CPU and HD and the DPS2400 is used for GPUs only.

My problem is that sometimes when the GPU hangs , i need to restart both PSUs , restarting the 200W wont solve the problem

Support
2 months 15 days ago

This will simply power the motherboard. My suggestion is to access your system via SSH and do a remote restart. The only only way you can do a Hard power cycle would be via the Breakout board or if you are using a smart PDU. We will have the X10 soon which will have a remote on/off via the motherboard

Customer
jamesbing
1 month 26 days ago

I have 4 of these powering 4 biostar btc pro boards with 12 rx580 cards each. Also I have 3 delta 2400w psu ‘s. Yesterday one board stopped working. The board will not post with this adapter. Even with one I remove from one of the other working rigs. I also tried the 180w version, same result. The board will not POST. It will power on, the cpu fan will spin, but it will not load the bios. If I power it with a normal atx PSU it works fine and will POST.

Any ideas?

Customer
William
1 month 24 days ago

James – I am having the same problem with those Biostar Boards. Same deal — 12 cards, all with external power.

Board is not posting. I am thinking there is a hack here but I need to check some things and get back to you

Customer
mohannad.otaibi
1 month 21 days ago

Heard, but not sure, that those board tend to short when risers are very close to each other on the mobo, try split those or put a spacer between ?

Support
1 month 20 days ago

First off this should never be use to power Risers! This is 160watt max use. The Motherboard/CPU and one SSD drive will be near its maximum capacity. Pass the 160watt and you will not see any warming light or buzzer …. You will see smoke.

Customer
BogdanCo
1 month 15 days ago

When the board is connected to Delta, adapter to mobo and to power (CPU fan is spinning) remove the 4 pin connector from the mobo’s CPU 8 pin slot and insert it slowly until there is a spark. You will see that the mobo will post.
I also complained about the same issue here, but for some reason they didn’t publish my post. They’re already sending me a 180W adapter, but as I can see now it will be the same result with my Biostar MB… What is curios, that with the rest of the boards it post.

Customer
jamesbing
1 month 12 days ago

BogdanCo and William, I plugged in a dual ATX power adapter (one you would use to run two PSU’s off one motherboard) and then plugged in this in and it booted fine. The board will post and it will work fine. I did not plug in any other ATX power supply just this. So I am using the dual ATX connector as an extension cable and it works. I have no idea why this works, but it does. So I bought an ATX extension cable off Amazon and that will NOT work. Again I have no idea why if the dual ATX cable is acting as an extension and it works while a real ATX extension cable doesn’t work.

Joseph G – Any ideas? I think it has to do with ATX pin 8 which tells the motherboard the PSU is good and all the other voltages are good. I haven’t tested this theory yet. Perhaps you guys have an idea?

Customer
BogdanCo
1 month 7 days ago
Customer
jamesbing
1 month 6 days ago

The exact one I have is this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B013HTWI9G/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_ep_dp_n9pbAbV8YEMB9 and it works fine.

I also ordered this https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000FL60AI/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Which will NOT work.

The difference I found out is that the extension cable is missing pin 20. The dual power adapter has pin 20. This adapter above has pin 20. ATX power supplies do NOT have pin 20. It makes no sense to me. The ATX spec says you don’t need pin 20, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ATX

The biostar board has pin 20 along with these adapters. So it doesn’t make sense that a normal ATX psu which doesn’t have pin 20 will work fine, this adapter will not work and it has pin 20. Then the extension cable listed above doesn’t have pin 20 and it will not work, where as the dual PSU cable does have pin 20 and it will work. I just don’t get it.

Customer
anilmaddala
1 month 20 days ago

Does this include 14AWG 6-PIN PCIE CABLE WITH ADAPTER TO POWER ATX MODULE ?

Support
1 month 20 days ago

Yes it does and pre assembled

Customer
anilmaddala
1 month 15 days ago

Just got this. How do I use this to power a gigabyte GA-H110-D3A-rev-1.0? So far figured out that 24 pin from adapter goes to 24 pin on mobo, SATA power goes to SSD (as shown in images). How do I use the mo;ex and the 4 pin connector? and what about CPU power?

Customer
jamesbing
1 month 11 days ago

I have tested the biostar btc pro board with 12 rx580’s all externally powered, a SSD, a celeron proc, and 8gb of ram. In this setup the board only draws 22-25 watts while mining in Linux with claymore v10. I had both aux molex power ports plugged in when I tested this. I see no reason a 180 watt or 200 watt version would be needed as the mobo draws so little power on its own IF all cards are externally powered.

Customer
ZZer00
18 days 3 hours ago

Did anyone find a way to get the 160/180W adapters with Biostar motherboards?
I’m stuck trying to get it working and it’s clear that there is something going on that makes it incompatible.

I can’t believe ParallelMiner hasn’t come up with a solution yet 🙁

Support
albert.s
18 days 2 hours ago

Please give me a call at 9094803000 ext 115 for support to get the ATX adapter to work with your Biostar motherboard. – Albert

 

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