Now with REV6 board 1950watt 110v/240V 80+ Gold Power Supply For S7 & S9 Antminer

4.60 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

$159.00 $129.00

110v/120V 80+ Gold Power Supply For Bitmain Antminer S9 or S7 Bitcoin Miner. Include (2) Original HP 1200W & 750W 80+ Gold, (2) X- Adapter REV 6, (10)Pair 14AWG THHN PCIE cables. All PRE Assembled and fully tested. This is the highest quality components on the market, designed for 24/7 mining farm.

529 in stock

Warranty: 30 Days

SKU: S9PSUKIT Categories: , ,

Product Description

"Now with REV6 board" This 80+ Gold PSU kit is pre-wired and fully tested before shipping. Antminer S9 mining at full capacity will consume 1380watts at the wall in this configuration.

All components in this kit, including the PSU, are designed for 24/7 mining operation. They are many Grid-Seed adapter on the market. Only the REV:6 X-Adapter can safely power the Antminer S9 using household 110v/120V .

** Do not attempt this setup using other Grid-Seed Adapter or/and lower quality cables.

Kit includes:

  • (2) Original HP server power supply. (1) 750W (1) 1200W 80+ Gold 110v ~ 240v
  • (10) Pair 16AWG THHN PCIE cables
  • (2) Rev:6 X-Adapter, pre install, wired and tested
  • (4) 3M Rubber foot pads
  • (1) Instruction video

Additional Information

Weight 15 lbs




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7 months 12 days ago

Such an awesome item and store! Thank you!

4 months 15 days ago

I purchased this kit and it came with (2) REV 6 X-Adapters and (10) 6-pin to 6-pin 14AWG THHN PCIE cables that were not pre-assembled. Could some post a diagram or video showing how to connect the PCIE cables from the (2) REV 6 Adapters to a single S7 Antminer? Thanks in advance!

4 months 15 days ago
4 months 15 days ago

Thanks Joseph! This is a great video but the REV 4 adapter comes pre-assembled. I was hoping to get a diagram of how to plug in the connections to the REV 6, if possible. Thanks!

4 months 15 days ago

On the REV6 it is simply pushing in the cable into the PCie socket on the REV6 board. Follow the same setup just insert the cable on one end into the REV 6 and on the other end on the S9. Be careful the controller on the S9 PCie connector is reverse position of the hashing board

4 months 14 days ago

Thanks Joseph for the quick reply. From the video, it looks like there 4 cables needing to be connected to the 750w REV 6 Adapter (#1) but there are a possible 8 PCIE sockets available on the board (U3-U10). I’m guessing it matters which cables go into each PCIE socket on the adapter?

Same with the 1200w REV 6 Adapter (#2). Looks like there are 6 cables that need to be attached to the 8 possible PCIE sockets (U3-U10) on the adapter. I was just wondering which cables go into which PCIE socket for each adapter. Sorry for all the n00b questions. Really appreciate your help.

4 months 14 days ago

Happy to help 🙂 Try to spread them evenly within the 8 connectors . This is not crucial as each connectors is 12volts.

4 months 9 days ago

Works great! Really appreciate your help Joseph. Thanks!

25 days 10 hours ago

I wonder if you guys can sell the similar kit like this, but with 16 of 6-pin to 8-pin PCI-E cables for Graphic Cards

17 days 8 hours ago

What kind of amperage does this draw? The input stickers on the two psu units look like a sum of ~19A maximum, is a 20A circuit required? What is the highest spike it can draw, and what is average?

17 days 6 hours ago

Its your miner that will DRAW current from these PSU. These marking are the maximum they can push. The 750watt is rated at 750watt and can sustain 100% load. The 1200watt is rated at 1200watt IF connected to an AC source of 208v and above. If connected to 120AC is will be rated at 900watt. Both can sustain 100% load

14 days 18 hours ago

hi, i am confused by the details of this gold 110v power supply and the platinum 110v version of this,
this gold version is stated to include 14AWG PCIE cables, yet the platinum version states it includes only 16AWG PCIE cables which would be thinner cables, i assume the platinum is more efficient, however given that it is thinner at 16AWG is it as safe as the gold version with the thicker 14AWG cables? or maybe the platinum is actually safer because it is more efficient? i am strictly looking for the absolute safest 110v setup for an s7/s9 in regards to cables getting hot & overheating, and not as concerned with cost efficiency. thanks!

14 days 16 hours ago

Thanks for the heads up. This was an old listing that was very successful, we did not want to change it. So we added “Now with Rev6” and it should of also said now with 16awg 6pin cables! … I have made the correction. The gold is sufficient to power an S7. However, the platinum is a much better unit in my opinion.

14 days 15 hours ago

“i am strictly looking for the absolute safest 110v setup for an s7/s9” I have personally use the gold dual PSU “1200X2 or 1200 & 750” kit on S7’s for over 12 months, 24/7. Coupled with our 16AWG 6pin PCIe cables they will give you months and months of service even at high ambient temperature.

12 days 6 hours ago

Is there a reason why this…

is for the D3 only and this current page is for the S9? I ask because I have an extra for the D3 PSU kit (bought 2 at the time) but decided to buy an S9 instead of another D3. I’m confused as to why I couldn’t just use that one for my S9. They seem like the same base PSUs with only the boards/cables being different but the end result is 6-pin connectors from the PSU to the Antminer. Apologies but I want to get this right. I bought 2 more S9s (for a total of 3 now) and need to know if I should order 3 from this page or if I can buy 2 from this page and use the D3 kit I already have for the 3rd S9.

Very sorry for the length of this but I want to make sure I’m doing things correctly. Thanks in advance for your time.

12 days 4 hours ago

Both PSU Kit can be use for D3 and S9’s. The configuration is almost the same with 10PCie cables. The S9 will need more power then the D3 but at 1950watt that is plenty


6 reviews for Now with REV6 board 1950watt 110v/240V 80+...

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Works as advertised. Staff was friendly and helpful.

    The power connector feeding the controller board on an S7 must be flipped 180 degrees relative to all of the other power connections for the unit to operate.

  2. 3 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    They work fine for this application as long as you don’t make stupid mistakes. I fried one of them because I ran it through an old surge protector that probably isn’t rated for the amount of current that the S7 requires. A higher end power supply would have under voltage protection, so would be more forgiving. The cards show the output voltage, so if it isn’t reading 12, shut it down right away! These are well worth the price and the setup is quick and easy. I bought another set to replace the one I fried, but if I get another miner, I’ll probably go with a modular type power supply that can be used to power another rig when the difficulty on Bitcoin gets too high.

  3. (verified owner):

    I haven’t had any problems since i started running it. It is very easy to setup just plugin the 6 pin connectors and connect the power supply’s to the wall and thats it.

    Overall i am very satisfied with this product.

  4. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Works great with my S9!
    No complaints..

  5. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    The power supply’s work great it has been running for over 1 week and haven’t had any problems definitely recommend this company.

  6. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    This PSU works and inside your home from a standard 110/120 volt as promised. Great company and now has my trust. Definitely will do business again. Considering purchasing one or two of the S 7’s that are up for sale as well.

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