2200 Watt (2 x 1100W) 110V-240V LiteOn 80+ Gold Power Supply Kit for GPU Mining + 16AWG PCIe Cables 6 Pin to 8 Pin (6+2) – ZEC, DASH, ETH

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Power supply kit includes two server power supplies, two X11 breakout board adapters, one interconnect sync cable, and several PCIe power cables for GPU mining
X11 power supply adapter with LED voltage meter and interconnect sync cable are key components in any power supply kitX11 power supply adapter with LED voltage meter and interconnect sync cable1100W label from the server power supply kitGraphic processing units powered by our power supply kit for GPU miningANTPCIE-04 6pin to 8pin PCIe power cablesServer power supplies for GPU miningLITEON 1100W PS-2112-2L Efficiency Rating

$200.00$255.00

LiteOn Gold Rated 2200watt (2x 1100W) power supply kit for GPU Video Card Mining Rig. Kit includes proprietary X11 breakout board adapter, 24 inch 6-pin to 8-pin(6+2) PCI-E 16AWG cables, (8) heat resistant rubber foot pads.

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Warranty: 30 Days

Product Description

2200 Watt Mining Rig Power Supply Kit

Two (2) 1100W HP 80+ Gold rated power supply units make up this kit. It features the X-Adapter Version 11, which lets you keep your mining setup perfectly synced together. This power supply kit will independently power GPU's and their risers in a mining rig environment. Also fully compatible with ASIC miners.

PSU Specifications:

  • Input: 110V-240V
  • Max Output @ 110V-120V: 1023W (2046W Combined)
  • Max Output @ 200V-240V: 1100W (2200W Combined)
  • Input Connector: C13
  • Efficiency Rating: 80 Plus Gold - 80 PLUS Verification and Testing Report

Power Supply Kit includes:

  • (2) Original Liteon 1100w Server power supply. Gold Rated.
  • (10, 12, 16, 20, 24, 32) Pair 6-pin to 8-pin(6+2) 16AWG THHN PCIE cables
  • (2) X-Adapter Version 11
  • (8) 3M Rubber foot pads
  • (1) X11 Manual sheet available here as a PDF
  • 30 day warranty

POWER CORD NOT INCLUDED.

GPU PICTURE IS FOR REFERENCE ONLY; GPU NOT INCLUDED.

Additional Information

Weight 8 lbs
6+2 pin PCIE cables

+10 6+2pin PCIE cables, +12 6+2pin PCIE cables, +16 6+2pin PCIE cables, +20 6+2pin PCIE cables, +24 6+2 pin PCIE Cables, +28 6+2 pin PCIE Cables, +32 6+2 pin PCIE Cables

Manufacturer

HP

Cable Length

24″

Cable Side A

6 Pin PCIe

Cable Side B

8 (6+2) Pin PCIe

PSU Compatible Input

110-240V

Max Output @ 110V-120V

2046W (2x 1023W)

Max Output @ 200V-240V

2200W (2x 1100W)

Got something to discuss?


Customer
nick.yarosz
4 months 4 hours ago

I am purchasing 8x 1070 ti Founder Edition from NVIDIA. I am on 220v. I have an Asus Prime Z270-a motherboard (https://goo.gl/Ggzz7W). I would like to also use the 180watt ATX Power Module that you sell as this has worked well for me on the aforementioned board with 6x 1060s.

I have heard that I need an adapter that can go from one 6-pin to two 8-pin in order to power **just** the cards. That’s not even counting the Risers. How many breakout board slots would I need?
Or maybe better put, how many 1070 ti can I fit onto the PSU kit listed on this page?

Guest
Albert
3 months 29 days ago

Just to follow up on our phone call Nick, you will need a total of 8x of the following splitter: https://www.parallelminer.com/product/18awg-pci-e-6pin-to-dual-8-pin-y-splitter-extension-cable-2x-62pin-cable-6in-each-side/ to power up each of your 8 GPU and riser with a single splitter cable from our breakout board.

Customer
nick.yarosz
3 months 29 days ago

Thank you so much for the call today! I know you already said this would work but I a follow-up question: I have heard that the 8-pin is designed to supply up to 150W of power, the 6-pin only 75W. Using the splitter going from 6 pin to (6+2) into the Riser and the other (6+2) into the card, is the pcie cable going to the card going to be limited to 75W?

Customer
nick.yarosz
3 months 17 days ago

Hey there! Just wondering if you saw my last comment asking about the power limits for 6-pin vs 8-pin.

Support
3 months 17 days ago

Hi Nick
The power limit of any electric cable are base on their size. Here we have 16AWG stranded copper and they are three pair per PCIE cable. The extra 2pin are ground. Found the amp rating of 16AWG wires “Chassis rating” multiply the amp rating x 12volt = Watt then multiply by 3 pair. (Amp_Rating X 12) X 3 = Maximum watt per PCIe cable. To be on the safe side of thing I would use only 80% of the result so X 0.80

Customer
nick.yarosz
2 months 20 days ago

Thanks very much for your help and support. I will be making this purchase in a couple of days.

I am going to try and expand my rig from 8x to 12x using two M.2 Adapters and one 4×1 Riser adapters with my Asus Z270-A Motherboard. I have seen this done before with a rig of AMD 570s (https://youtu.be/VvwDC1zi9x0) I’m wondering if I will have enough power to run this rig (I plan on running it over 220v with one of your PDUs for sale) and if you have any input otherwise. Thanks!

 

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