ASRock H110 Pro BTC+ Power Kit. For the Motherboard + GPU’s W/ Remote Module

ASIC Miner Power SupplyATX Power Adapter - Sometimes referred to as a pico adapterPCIE6-4F 4PPOWER-Y COMBO
4.31 out of 5 based on 29 customer ratings
(33 customer reviews)

$249.00$308.00

This kit offers a complete power solution for the ASRock H110 Pro BTC+ Motherboard. Using ONLY TRUE Server Platinum Power Supply at 94% efficiency

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Warranty: 30 Days

SKU: KT-H110V1 Category: Tags: , , , GTIN: 617737057827

Product Description

Although this kit can be used on any ATX Motherboard the quantities of the following components are geared for the ASRock H110 Pro. This kit offers a complete power solution using ONLY TRUE Server Platinum Power Supply at 94% efficiency. As a result, no ATX PSU is required. Further, having a single source of power between the Motherboard and GPU's increases stability.

We included a remote power management module with each kit. Giving you the ability to power cycle the entire rig from anywhere or pre-schedule power cycles.

** Motherboard and GPU's are NOT Included in this Kit; Pictures are for reference only  **

What's Included in this kit 

**   Depending on your selection for 6 or 13 GPUs. We will include 10 cables and 6 extension Y splitters with the 6 GPU kit; 20 cables and 13 splitters with the 12 GPU kit.

*** Depending on your selection between Pico and ZSX board. ZSX Board Manual available here as a PDF.

**** Depending on your selection between 2400watt and 1200watt PSU. The power cord is not included for the 1200watt, which needs a C13 cable.

Installation:

No instructions are included. However, we will monitor and reply to all comments in the discussion tab. We encourage the community to also reply and comment with their experiences and collective knowledge. The above list of components included is linked to each item's listing with detailed specs. Please review the individual items for full guidance.

Please review the ZSX to motherboard wiring guide.

As always, we highly recommend installing these components in steps and test each step before moving to the next one. The first step would be to power up the Motherboard with the ATX 24pin adapter, get a screen, and access the bios. The second step to set up and run two GPU's.  Next, add two extra GPU's at a time and powering up and down until all are installed. Finally, "the fun part," clean up and secure all cables as desired.

 

 

Additional Information

Weight 25 lbs
UPC

617737057827

Manufacturer

Parallel Miner

MPN

KT-H110V1

PSU Efficiency Rating

94% Platinum

AC Input

110v/240v

Mining GPU's

(6) GPUS, (13) GPUS

ATX Power Option

ZSX / X11 Breakout Board, ZSX / X11 Amp Breakout Board, Pico Board 178watt

Power Supply Type

(1) 2400watt 200V+, (2) 1200watt 110V+

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Customer
jeremey Schofield
4 months 27 days ago

My order hasn’t shipped and I’d love to switch to this package. I’ve left my number on your machine. I’d love to grab this instead. Great looking package!

Support
4 months 27 days ago

Please send us a message via the contact form. We can cancel your order and you can place a new one. Most of us are working remotely, the phone is really not the best way to reach us.

Customer
jeremey Schofield
4 months 26 days ago

Spoke with your team there, and was able to change the order. Thanks for the help! You rock!

Customer
kirbu
4 months 15 days ago

Hello. Im looking to buy this kit, but I would like to know if there are any disadvantages or advantages to the pico board over the ZSX breakout board and how long would it take to ship to Estonia.

Customer
jonathan james
4 months 13 days ago

This will sound like a silly question but how do you connect a sata powered ssd? Specifically the power to the ssd.

The h110 motherboard says that you need to take the psu sata power and connect it to sata power on the motherboard itself.

The zsx board says the sata power should be used for only one ssd but I’m attaching that to the motherboard directly liked it says in the instructions. So where do i get power for the actual ssd?

Do I need a pcie 6pin to sata power cable?

The sata power cable from the zsx has a sata connection and a molex connection. Can the sata power go to motherboard and then I use the molex to power the actual ssd using a molex to sata power? Even though it says only for one device?

What options do I have?

Thanks!

Support
4 months 13 days ago

SSD drive required two cables to work. (1) power cable the power the SSD (2) Sata cable for data transfer, that one connect on you SSD and on your motherboard SATA port.

Customer
jon
4 months 12 days ago

Thanks!
Hmmm…. But the asrock manual says that I should plug the ssd power cable from the power supply to the motherboard itself. Not to an actual ssd. It says to do this for stability. The motherboard has two extra molex power connections and one sata power connection. The manual says that all three should be powered from the power supply. Is that wrong?
If the manual is right then there isn’t an obvious way I can see to power an ssd without a splitter or some thing else? Any insight would be appreciated

Customer
bubbaminer
4 months 13 days ago

I’m planning on running 12 cards with 200W of max draw each, but they’ll be underpowered to closer to 135w when mining. Will the 2400W version be sufficient for that? With the small overhead from the motherboard it puts the max power draw over 2400w, but would that realistically be an issue? Thanks.

Customer
Pavel Litorovich
4 months 12 days ago

How long the wait for backorder? Thanks.

Support
4 months 12 days ago

We are expecting the ZSX board back in stock this week. Our shipment just cleared custom.

Customer
webcrzy
3 months 6 days ago

Looking for the KT-H110V1 We would like to get the 120 volt version. Any ideas when you will be able to restock? Thanks for your time and efforts….

Support
3 months 6 days ago

Tomorrow it will be back online

Support
3 months 5 days ago

In stock now

Customer
reg721
2 months 29 days ago

Good Afternoon,
1. What are the primary differences b/t ZSX Board and Pico?
2. Any downside to using the 2 – 1200W PSUs vs. the single – 2400W PSU? Does the 2400W version require a special 200V plug?
3. Are these kits all in stock?

Thanks

Support
2 months 28 days ago

Hi
1) The ZSX is a breakout board with a build in Pico + a Fan hub. The pico board is an ATX adapter to power a Motherboard only.
2) Having a single source of power is always better but when you only have 120Volt available you have to compromises
3) If our website says we have stock they are. Sometimes we make the mistake of selling large qty direct to data centers and the website qty does not get updated. It happens but rarely.

Customer
reg721
2 months 16 days ago

Hi, I purchased the kit with the 2 1200 W server power supplies for the H110 Pro BTC +.
1. Do you recommend using the molex splitter and the PCIe to molex to power the motherboard at both molex ports? I’ll be running 13 GPUs off this board.
2.When connecting both breakout boards together with the 4-pin cable, does it matter which 4-pin port on the breakout board is used (between the two ports specified to be used for parallel boards)?
3. I am running the first set of cards with the 6 PIN PCIe to the breakout board and connecting the other end to the Y-splitter and connecting the other end of the Y-splitter to the GPU riser and the GPU itself for power. Do you see an issue with this? Is it better to run separate cables instead of the splitter?

Thank you

Customer
jnassar01
1 month 9 days ago

If I pick 2 1200W psus with the ZSX breakout board, will both of them come with this board? (2 ZSX breakout boards)

Support
1 month 9 days ago

No, one will have the X11

Customer
Seth2
17 days 11 hours ago

Can i just buy a 110v to 240 adapter to use this on a standard outlet (USA) or will I need to rewire an outlet?

Support
16 days 23 hours ago

I believed I replied above. You can always use a PDU. These can help minimize wiring

Customer
Seth2
17 days 3 hours ago

Is it possible to power the 2400 Watt from a North American outlet?

Support
16 days 23 hours ago

Yes of course. How would you power a clothing dryer, Pool pump, Tesla Charger, or even an electric Oven? This PSU doesn’t actually need 240 volts within one wire. It has three prongs. All you need is 120volt + 120volt and the third is Ground “Green”. In most households in the USA, we have what is called a two phases electric panel. Each phase Left & Right in your electric panel is 120volts. You can achieve 240volt by using both phases in one electric circuit. These usually are the dual breakers you see in your electric panel. You can add one easily. Again 120 + 120 & Ground. Each 120 must be from a separate phase. Hope this help and I’m sure you can find plenty of Video out there on the matter.

Customer
Seth2
11 days 2 hours ago

Will two of the 6Pin Wires in the H110 BTC+ Pro ASROCK Motherboard Kit provide enough electricity to power graphics cards that require two 8Pin PCIE connections?

Support
10 days 20 hours ago

Our Kit includes 6pin + 2pin = 8pins cables for GPU. GPUs must be mounted on risers and riders powered by our 6pin PCI-E cable. Here is the 6pins +2pins cable https://www.parallelminer.com/product/24-inch-16awg-6-pin-male-to-8-pin-62-male-pcie-power-cable/

Customer
dgraph
5 days 15 hours ago

Hello, when will the 120v be in stock, please?

Support
5 days 2 hours ago

The OEM’s market is starting to be scarce on server PSU. We do not have a scheduled re-order at this time

 

33 reviews for ASRock H110 Pro BTC+ Power Kit. For...

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jerad S. (verified owner)

    Great customer service! Quick to respond and answer questions. Will definitely be using yall again! Thanks!!!

  2. 3 out of 5

    Kevin B. (verified owner)

    Product is as advertised. Works great. Issue with selling items that are on back order with no notification. This delayed shipping. Spoke with support and seems they realized their issue and promised to fix.

  3. 3 out of 5

    Colby Gantt (verified owner)

    Update: I’ve gotten the chance to use the products I bought and I can honestly say they are top notch, very high quality products. Not only are their products amazing but the prices are also very low compared to competitors.

    Also, as I mentioned already, the customer service is incredible! Two people stand out the most; Missa-Lynn and Joseph. They did a lot for me and I couldn’t be more grateful for that. The extra cables they threw in was such a nice touch and really shows they care about their customers. I will always come to Parallel Miner first when buying mining equipment. Thanks Missa! Thanks Joseph!

    Unfortunately, I cannot say the items are quality products….yet, because I have still not received my order. I ordered Feb. 3rd. Some of the items in ASRock H110 kit were not actually in stock even though it was listed as in stock. By the time the order finally did ship (Feb. 17), bad weather caused FedEx delays. Tracking number shows no activity since 26th, but hopefully that means it’s otw. So I missed out on some of the really high prices of Eth but hopefully we’ll see another spike soon. There was some things done to try and make it right, which I do really appreciate. I will say that the customer service is fantastic. Missa-Lynn is who I mainly communicated with and she went so far above and beyond to help me in every way she could. Literally 77 emails were exchanged! Parallel Miner is very lucky to have someone like her representing their company. Great job Missa! Thank you for everything! Hopefully, when I finally do get my shipment, I will come back to leave a better review as I am pretty confident their products are high quality.

  4. 5 out of 5

    James F. (verified owner)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Brad C. (verified owner)

    I have only had this in production for two weeks, so we will see how it stands the test of time, but I can’t speak highly enough of this solution. The PSU are extremely quiet and stable, the cables and breakout boards are well built and simple to work with. I don’t know why you would buy an ATX PSU at 4x the cost and then try and figure out all the cables and adapters on your own. This solution is about a simple as you can get in the world of GPU Mining.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Nicholas C. (verified owner)

    This kit was perfect. I wish it was in stock when I first started my build. I made about every cabling mistake possible trying to piece meal it together. The only thing that would be helpful is a video explaining how to connect things safely. That would make this amazing kit even more awesome.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kenneth McCleery (verified owner)

    So far so good!!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kenneth G. (verified owner)

  9. 5 out of 5

    Veniamin K. (verified owner)

    Perfect

  10. 5 out of 5

    Molly Evans (verified owner)

    Awesome power kit

  11. 5 out of 5

    Steve M. (verified owner)

  12. 5 out of 5

    Daniel S. (verified owner)

    Am I allowed to say Fing amazing..

  13. 2 out of 5

    Clayton Milam (verified owner)

    Would have been perfect if the jumper cable came with it. Now I have to buy another cable that I was supposed to get with my combo kit and pay shipping that costs twice as much as the darn cable. Other than that the psu’s work flawlessly.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Paul (verified owner)

    Only issue so far is it did not include the sync cable so I was not able to a tivate with one button I have to switch all separate

  15. 5 out of 5

    Bradley (verified owner)

    So happy with my order. Thank you!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Greg (verified owner)

    Great Product and Great Company

  17. 5 out of 5

    Henry (verified owner)

    Very Knowledgeable and quick response to help solve any issues.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

  19. 5 out of 5

    Dayle (verified owner)

    Great fast accurate service. Will be ordering again!

  20. 2 out of 5

    bigskyparts (verified owner)

    Worked great for a month, added another card to the rig so I plugged in the molex jumper and smoked my board and the zsx breakout board.

    • Joseph g (store manager)

      Hi Alex, we appreciate your business. I’m sending you a FREE replacement tomorrow. The Molex mark SATA is the only one you should use, it should only power an SSD and with the H110 board the two Molex on the board. Do not use GPUs directly on the Mboard or you will smoke it again. All GPUs should be put on Risers. The risers should be powered by the PCI-E 6pin of the ZSX. The replacement will go out FedEx 2 days.

  21. 2 out of 5

    Arran (verified owner)

    Hi there, Just seen this – same problem as Alex.

    I had a H110 with SSD running from ATX psu with 10 GPUs. Molex connectors and the sata connector on board were all connected as per instuction in Asrock manual for stability etc (as well as all powered risers)

    Received my PM power kit – yesterday I did a swap over, with the new PSU I couldn’t get the board to recognise that the on board molex were powered, it would show graphic to say molex need power then go into the bios.

    After 2-3 reboots and checking all cables – suddenly smoke from near the motherboard CMOS battery, a chip on board has melted now my board is junk.

    ZSX – has two options for molex power, I read the instructions there is one molex specifically to only power a SATA hard drive?, I presumed nothing else should go on this connector?
    How should I be powering the single on motherboard SATA connector – there is only one SATA cable provided and it is for hdd?

    With that in mind I used the provided 6 pin pci-e to molex cable, and split it using the provided splitter to power both molex – is this not correct?

    • Joseph g (store manager)

      Hi Arran the H110 has two 4pin Molex that need to be connected. The board needs to sense voltage there in order to pass boot bios. If it was looking for the 12volts only that would be easy but it does look for 5volt. So you will have to split the Molex on the ZSX mark SATA with https://www.parallelminer.com/product/4pins-molex-y-splitter-cable-adapter-6-inch-long-highest-quality-cables/ So as long as you have no GPU’s installed on the Motherboard directly it will be perfectly fine. You can also power your SSD. Do not connect anything on the ZSX two mini 4 pins Molex these are for sync. Also, the second Molex near the top is for remote-only use. You most likely damaged the ZSX as well and I have no problem sending you a free replacement.

  22. 3 out of 5

    Chad (verified owner)

    I placed an order that was closed without notice which didn’t make me happy. 5 days later I realized what happened and re-placed the order. I was happy with the second order and not the first which is why I rated a 3.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Arran (verified owner)

    Thanks for your reply, from reading the instructions I thought the sata was for hdd only – I will try as you suggested, ordered new motherboard, a replacement ZSX would be great to avoid any repeat.

  24. 5 out of 5

    jet

    Can two 6pins on the ZSX board power a Nvidia 3080?

  25. 5 out of 5

    Volodymyr F. (verified owner)

  26. 5 out of 5

    jet

    When using PCIE to MOLEX and MOLEX Splitter, my H110 will power on but not post. Using a different PSU, the H110 boots just fine. Any suggestions?

  27. 5 out of 5

    Esequiel C. (verified owner)

    Quick shipping, Great quality, great packaging.

  28. 3 out of 5

    Arran (verified owner)

    Hi Again… I have now bought a new H110 motherboard after frying the previous one, this time after reading these discussions connected single Molex next to CPU to the SATA molex on the ZSX , connected main 24 pin cable, connected one powered riser with card, Now also using MSATA hard drive on board.

    When switching on orange LED on ZSX board, press power button nothing seems to happen.

    Pressed power button a second time, this time some smoke from the ZSX board. is this ZSX board junk? 🙁

  29. 3 out of 5

    Arran (verified owner)

    @ Joseph g – can you confirm if you have posted the replacement ZSX? – as mine looks like mine is not working properly as you suspected.

    • Joseph g (store manager)

      If you need a replacement, please request an RMA Request from our website. Login My Account > Dashboard > Orders > Select the correct order and > RMA REQUEST

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