Build Your Delta 80+ Platinum 94% 1400 Watt 200-240v GPU Mining Rig Power Supply Kit

mining rig power supply with breakout board adapter and PCIe cables
mining rig power supply with breakout board adapter and 8pin PCIe power cables240V input C13 power cord plug1400W mining rig power supplyX11 power supply adapter features (16) PCIe ports, LED voltage display, on/off switch, (2) 4 pin ports, and a molex port for all your cryptocurrency mining needsANTPCIE-04 6pin to 8pin PCIe power cables
5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$209.00$229.00

Platinum Delta 1400watt PSU kit for GPU’s mining.  With proprietary X-Adapter REV: 11, “Please selected the amount of cable require” 24 inch 6-pin PCI-E 16AWG, (4) heat resistant rubber foot pads included.

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Warranty: 30 Days

Product Description

1400 Watt Platinum GPU Mining Rig Power Supply for 200-240V

80+ Platinum Certified this Mining Rig Power Supply is 94% efficient. The high efficiency reduces your electric cost considerably. Fully tested before shipping. This PSU kit will independently power GPU's and their risers in a mining rig environment.

Our Patent Pending Chain Sync Feature through our X11 Breakout boards is done by connecting the interconnect cable from PSU 1 to PSU2 then PSU 2 to PSU 3. This feature has been tested with up to 20 PSU, but may work with more PSUs.

Power Supply Specifications:

Kit includes:

POWER CORD NOT INCLUDED.

Please note that this power supply is only compatible with 200-240v outlets. This power supply will NOT power on when attempted to plug into a standard 110-120v outlet.

 

Additional Information

Weight 8 lbs
6+2 pin PCIE cables

+ 4 6+2pin PCIE cables, + 8 6+2pin PCIE cables, + 10 6+2pin PCIE cables, + 12 6+2pin PCIE cables, +16 6+2 pin PCIE Cables

Manufacturer

PSU: Delta (OEM) Breakout Board & Cables: Centrix

Breakout Board

X11

Compatible Voltage Input

200-240V

MPN

1400BLUE-X7-1

Got something to discuss?


Customer
bernardopina
2 months 25 days ago

Two questions:

1) I’m kinda new to mining, so I’m doing my research on these server psu’s. Does this kit comes with the breakout board shown on these images? I ask because on other kits, there are options to add or not the board. This kit only shows option to add cables.

2) Also… Have you measured the noise while at full power?

Thanks a lot.

Customer
bernardopina
2 months 25 days ago

Another question… On regular desktop psu’s, there is a general rule of not counting with more than 80% of advertised power for that psu, as they were not intended to run at full power for 24/7. Does this apply to these kind of psu’s? If I get this one, can I count on using all the 1400w or lower, maybe 1260(90%) or 1120(80%)?

Thanks

Support
2 months 25 days ago

The PSU we offer are built for enterprise server. They are capable of running at 100% 24/7. We have some in our mining facility that have been running for (2) years none stop. We simply dust them off once per month.

Customer
RenoLG
2 months 25 days ago

Would it be safe to power 5 gtx 1080ti at 80% tdp with one of those?

Customer
bpoisso
2 months 21 days ago

I received mine, but it was DOA or i couldn’t figure out the power button.

Support
2 months 20 days ago

Please login to your dashboard and request an RMA. We will replace it for you. ALSO > this power supply require 200AC/240AC volt only !

Customer
Rattraps123
2 months 20 days ago

Total Noob here, what power cable or setup do i need to run this thing, i just ordered one without even knowing lol ~ T

i have a 10-30P NEMA standard drier plug, what do i need to go from there get this thing powered ? i can’t find any 10-30P to C13/14 cables .. i’m lost. help

Support
2 months 20 days ago

Hi, you remember the old power cord for Desktop computer or Monitor? That would be the power cord. Please note this PSU requires 200AC to 240AC only. It will not work on a standard 120AC volt outlet

Customer
RenoLG
2 months 15 days ago

Sorry about the spam, but we’re about to buy some PSUS for our rigs and wanted to know if these would be good… I’ll ask again : would it be safe to power 5 gtx 1080ti at 80% tdp with one of those? If not what would be the highest tdp that would also be safe. I was planning on powering both the 2 8 pins and the riser with the 6 and 6+2 pins that come with that PSU kit.

Customer
yasser.mahmood
2 months 14 days ago

Hi Reno,
Joseph also replied to similar post here.. I also have 5 GPU Rigs and he advised with Full power one will not be enough.

“https://www.parallelminer.com/product/build-your-delta-platinum-94-1400watt-200-240v-power-supply-kit-for-btc-dash-ltc-bch-miners/”

Customer
tahsin1022
2 months 11 days ago

Hi
New to server PSU
Will this be enough to power an 8GPU (amd 570 4gb card) rig?

Customer
bdejarnett
2 months 11 days ago

Hi,
Hi, accidentally posted question in review area, so posted same question here in discussion. I’m a newbie an have a question about connections. I’d like to get this 1400w. My gtx1070 ti (8e ea) have two 8 pin pcie connectors each; would it be better to run two separate 6+2 pcie cables to each card or would a single cable with a splitter that has two 6+2 connection be ok? The TDP on the cards are 180. This 1400 would probably work if I ran cards at 90% or below.
I think the 1400 psu would have the power to run an 8 card rig, but if I needed to run separate cables for each card there would not be enough 6 pins on the X-11 breakout board to run cards,risers and the 180watt 24Pin ATX Power Module. Thanks for your help

Support
2 months 10 days ago

The gtx1070 are rated at 160ish watt x 8 “Without OC” that would run at 1300watt which is perfectly fine even with your risers powered by the 1400watt you will be ok. All should be powered by the same source. Our X8 or X11 would give you 16 port but you still need an extra 8 port for the risers. You should be able to split one of the 8pin from the 1070 for your riser and the ATX module. Check which of the two 8pins connectors draw less power and split that one. Don’t power the risers with the ATX module adapter. The 1400watt Delta is a beast and can give you constant 100% power for months without worry. Please keep us posted on your result.

Customer
seandarcy
2 months 10 days ago

Hey Joseph, I have just finally received two of your 1400w PSU kits.
Was having great difficultiy using your PICO 160w to drive motherboard, fan and a HDD. Every time I added in the HDD the PICO would drop the PSU to a readout ~7.1v and fail. All stop?
Tried 2 different para miner PICO 160w.
I then removed PICO and added in the mix a PC 550w PSU for the standard PC stuff and then proceeded to add the pci-e cables to the GPUcard and the risers one by one for a 5 GPU rig.
Single pci-e cable to GPU and a single pci-e cable to riser. Use of Server PSU is very simplistic in this fashion.
Got to #3 GPU to power fine. Decided to add in 5 and 6 GPUs and the damn thing sparked GPUs!?!?!
I have been dealing with an Albert Su but have had zero response back to my questions?
Can you comment on the single pci-e to the GPUs and a single to each Risers?
I am loath to attempt the other PSU / breakerboard without a response.
Please advise!
There was zero additional load and just adding in the GPUS and risers only. Motherboard, HDD and fans were all off separate PC 550w PSU.
What is going on here? Please help! ANYBODY!!!
Sean

Support
2 months 10 days ago

“Can you comment on the single pci-e to the GPUs and a single to each Risers?” That is the correct way to power your riser, you can also use a splitter cable between your riser and GPU if your GPU load are below 300watt . Many riser board soldering pins are sharp, too long and pierce their bottom foam resulting with in a short if mounted above metal. Be mindful of that. Setting up your GPU one by one was smart and the best way to go. We have been offering the 178watt pico since September last year and found the extra 118watt to make a big difference. The only load on the pico board should be the 24pin ATX connector, (1) SSD NOT HDD & CPU Power 4pin/8pin. Beside the above their is still 100 things that can be wrong. Process one step at a time and eliminate possibility just like you did with the PICO vs ATX Power supply

Customer
seandarcy
2 months 9 days ago

Hi Joseph, Thanks for the response.
I am not using a pic-e splitter cable. I am running a single cable to each riser and each GPU.
On the risers, I have removed all foam backing in case it every heated up and dropped onto motherboard. They are suspended and not touching anything.
The GPUs are 20cm clear of any metal and sit will above the motherboard. The para miner 160w PICO, I was attempting to drive a nice fast 3.5″ seagate barracuda. SSD Vs 3.5″ might be the issue for that but I have moved away from that option now.
*Is there any way too much power was hitting cards on a single cable and not using a splitter caused this?
Is it safe to proceed with my second 1400w PSU and breakout board on single cables for each? I am a little freaked and a now very aprehensive to again to try loading each GPU/riser one at a time…
Your thoughts as well as anybody elses would be greatly appreciated.
Sean

Support
2 months 8 days ago

So as long as the voltage out of the breakout board is within the GPU’s specs 12v +- .3v you are fine. Of course their is power, 1400watt of power that is. Your gpu’s will use what it need need to operate. Check the voltage on the breakout board using a voltmeter. Also, this is rare but to be sure at 100% check the polarity on each PCIe cable. Yellow is positive and black negative, let’s eliminate that possibility

Customer
James Lavoy
1 month 6 days ago

@seandarcy, not sure if you had further dialog off-line or resolved your issue but just came across your post and thought I’d comment.

I’m new to mining, but if I understand your situation correctly, you are in a similar spot to the one I was just in.

Am building my first rig (6-card, all 1080ti’s, Gigabyte Z270P-D3 mobo, USB flashed with nvOC (a Linux/Ubuntu-based OS and mining config) for “hard-drive” and 4GB RAM). For powering it, my initial plan was an EVGA 650W PSU, with plans to have that PSU power the mobo and risers and a Bitmain APW++ PSU power the GPUs.

I got the rig built and one card up and running with just the EVGA 650W PSU powering everything, with plans to add cards one at a time and introduce the Bitmain PSU when I added the second card. My first attempt at the Bitmain powering just 1 GPU with the EVGA powering the mobo and that GPU’s riser smoked the 6-pin to 6+2-pin adapter cord from one of the Bitmain 6-pin outlet to the 8-pin GPU.

Like you, I freaked. So I spent time (which I should have done more thoroughly first of course) researching PSU configurations and safety. I came across this thread: https://forum.z.cash/t/the-facts-about-gpu-mining-electrical-specifications/19468.

My takeaway, after reading (and re-reading multiple times) this thread is that the power demands of your whole rig (mobo, cards & risers) work in unison and thus need to be on a common bus, with one power “brain” managing electrical supply on that bus.

In my case, the Bitmain (connected solely to one of the GPUs) had no idea what power was being supplied to the riser that the GPU sat in, so it was pumping a straight 12V into the GPU. For reasons beyond my electrical knowledge, the combo of that plus whatever the other PSU was pumping into the riser resulted in the connecting wiring to the GPU to smoke, spark and then literally flame up about 12 inches. (Thank God I was there and that it happened within about a minute of me plugging the thing in, but a change of underwear was in order after that 🙂 ).

In your case (all of this is just my opinion, of course), even though the server PSU was powering both the GPU and its riser, it was not “talking” to the PSU that was powering your mobo, so the server PSU was supplying power to the card and riser without regard for supply and demand on the mobo power bus. And again, for reasons beyond my electrical knowledge, the combo of that smoked your wiring.

Bottom line as I see it is the absolute safest approach is to have a single PSU power your whole rig — mobo + cards + risers. And if you use multiple GPUs, those GPUs need to be “tied together” in a master/slave-like configuration so the master can “monitor” or respond to voltage/amperage demands across a common bus and “communicate” status to the slave(s) so they can properly react.

My other suggestion would be to hop on the phone with these folks at ParallelMiner to discuss all this live with someone who knows what they are talking about (I’d be surprised if half of the conclusions I’ve drawn after all this are accurate 🙂 ). One of their design team members spent about 30 minutes on the phone with me listening to my near-death experience, then explaining their approach for dealing with it, and ultimately helping me develop a solution that (I hope) will work.

For me, I’m going with their 1400W server PSU and the 180W ATX adapter. I don’t plan to overclock my 1080 ti GPUs, so the 1400W server is just the amount of power I need for my rig. I have the PSUs and the 180W ATX adapters are due in two days, so hopefully all goes as planned on my ent.

Hope there is a nugget or two in here that is helpful.

PS You may be wondering why I didn’t just keep the Bitmain server PSU and use that to solely power my rig. When I was researching the electrical stuff, I found a few people who had not had great luck with the Bitmain PSUs. There was not really any info that I could find that seemed legit and trustworthy about how to use the Bitmain PSU to power a GPU-based rig. And for overall safety, I was done ‘experimenting’ with how to power my setup.

PSS I had NOT bought my Bitmain PSU from ParallelMiner, so want to make clear that no blame to them for configuring my initial, faulty power solution.

Customer
seandarcy
1 month 4 days ago

Cheers James
Some great info from you for all out there.
Nice to get a decent response but my situation with the GPUs was that they were ALL only ever being driven off the Platinum Delta 1400watt PSU. They were only being added in at one at a time except for the last 2 GPUs.
Doing the last 2 in one go then threw the last 3 GPUs in sequence. You saw the results!
My secondary PSU was only for the MB and 3.5″ HDDs. The pico with 2.5 HDD is information not very well detailed/missing from the sale description…
With regards to the outcome, freaking out was an understatement.
All cabling was correct. No shorts or rubber / foam bases on risers. No chance of any sort of short.
It just somehow completely cr@pped itself.
Again, my Platinum Delta was only ever to drive the GPUs and it’s risers only.
Motherboard, RAM and Risers all survived as well as the other 5 GPUs.
Took the plunge and have that Delta and second 8 GPU Rig running with said Platinum Delta 1400. I built 2 at the same time and the first ran fine and this unit just somehow $hat the GPUs?
Cheers James

Customer
brewlig
2 months 10 days ago

I have a great use for this power supply with my GPU rig; however, if I purchase an ASIC miner, may I use this setup to power a bitmain ASIC instead of GPU’s? Thanks

Customer
seandarcy
2 months 6 days ago

Hello all,
Can anyone recommend a suitable SATA adapter for the breakout board. Will general PSU 6 pin pci-e style be ok?
Is there one you guys recommend if you wish to drive 3.5″HDDs and the PICO cannot power?
What would be the best option?
Cheers!

Customer
tunanjing
2 months 4 days ago

Looking to put 4x 1080Ti overclocked onto this beast.
I have a quick question though, how do you connect Asus B250 Mining Expert Board with this PSU as the board seems to require 24pin connection on 3 psu-s.

Thank you!

Support
2 months 4 days ago

Serious Motherboard! You are going to need (3) ATX power supply or (3) Pico board like this one “We will have stock soon” https://www.parallelminer.com/product/180watt-max-24pin-atx-power-module-included-sata-molex-cpu-power-connectors-ditch-your-atx-power-supply-entirely/ Also I noticed the (4) 4pin Molex power, these most likely will need to be populate so this might come handy https://www.parallelminer.com/product/4pins-molex-y-splitter-cable-adapter-6-inch-long-highest-quality-cables/. As always proceed in steps. First boot your motherboard and access Bios. Make sure all is working fine. Then add GPU one at the time and retest. Riser should be power by the same power source as your GPU’s

Customer
bdejarnett
1 month 30 days ago

Hi,
I have a 6 AMD rx Vega 56 nitro+ special editions gpus coming for a build. I like this 1400w psu, but the cards have three 8 pin power connectors on each card. Can you give advice on the best way to connect from psu breakout board to the card. This 1400w server psu has 6 pin connections. would the 6+2 PCIE cables be sufficient for this connection? Or would I need to get an atx psu with 8 pin to 8pin? Ithanks

Customer
seandarcy
1 month 29 days ago

BUMP…
seandarcy – Posted 7 days 7 hours ago

Hello all,
Can anyone recommend a suitable SATA adapter for the breakout board. Will a general PSU 6 pin pci-e style be ok?
Is there one you guys recommend? That is where you wish to drive additional 3.5″HDDs off the breakout board. The PICO cannot power that setup, so what are the cable options?
Recommendations anyone?
Cheers!

Customer
CoinDexter
1 month 29 days ago

I have an HP DPS-1400CB A (720620-B21) 1400w PSU and need a breakout board. I’ve looked, am I missing it or isn’t one available for it? Much appreciated.

Support
Albert
1 month 29 days ago

Unfortunately we do not have a breakout board that is compatible with your DPS-1400CB power supply.

Support
1 month 26 days ago

We are currently working on one and should have it available by mid March.

Customer
fitter108
1 month 20 days ago

Can the output voltages be changed on these? I would like to lower it.

Support
1 month 19 days ago

No but you should double check the voltage with a voltmeter. The breakout read out may not be accurate as it is need to be calibrate first

Customer
djentmining
16 days 19 hours ago

Can i use this PSU to power the Antminer A3?
Thank you

Support
Albert
16 days 9 hours ago

Yes the Delta 1400w power supply kit is capable of powering the Antminer A3. Please note that this power supply is only compatible with voltage ranges of 200-240v.

Customer
djentmining
16 days 7 hours ago

Thank you sir. We use 240V here that’s why i got it 😀👍

 

3 reviews for Build Your Delta 80+ Platinum 94% 1400...

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Its the second PSU i get from parallelminer and i have to say they are beasts. Special thanks to Missa B. that answered all my questions and resolved any issues i had!

  2. 5 out of 5

    :

    Hi,
    I’m a newbie an have a question about connections. I’d like to get this 1400w. My gtx1070 ti (8e ea) have two 8 pin pcie connectors each; would it be better to run two separate 6+2 pcie cables to each card or would a single cable with a splitter that has two 6+2 connection be ok? The TDP on the cards are 180. This 1400 would probably work if I ran cards at 90% or below.
    I think the 1400 psu would have the power to run an 8 card rig, but if I needed to run separate cables for each card there would not be enough 6 pins on the X-11 breakout board to run cards,risers and180watt – MAX – 24Pin ATX Power Module. Thanks for your help

  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I just installed the power supply and it works like a charm. Parallel miners and their customer service reps having been nothing short of amazing. We had an issue after my order was placed but my concern was promptly addressed by Missa. A resolution was reached and I was a happy camper. I would highly recommend shopping with Parallel Miners, if not for their awesome stock of mining equipment, then for their excellent customer service.

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