Delta 2400 Watt Platinum 94% Power Supply 200-240V OPEN AIR GPU MINING RIG POWER SUPPLY

2400 Watt GPU Mining Power Supply
X11 power supply adapter with LED voltage meter and interconnect sync cable are key components in any power supply kit
4.68 out of 5 based on 53 customer ratings
(62 customer reviews)

2400 Watt GPU Mining Power Supply 200-240V 94% Efficiency. Includes 16 Port X-adapter breakout board and your choice in PCIe Cables.

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Product Description

Delta 2400 Watt Mining Power Supply 94% 200-240V

This 2400 Watt GPU mining power supply kit is built using a certified Delta 94% Platinum server power supply and our 16 port X8 X11 and ZSX breakout boards. This server power supply features 2 Common Slot power bars; one master slot and one slave slot. Furthermore, GPU miners can enjoy the consistency of having all video cards and risers plugged into a single power supply. Perhaps most noteworthy, this PSU has a voltage output of 12.5V, allowing any miner to perform at higher, more consistent hash rates. Please note that this PSU is only compatible with 200-240V.

Certified by Delta to perform at 94% efficiency, increase your ROI by upgrading to this more efficient 12.5V power supply. More importantly, enjoy unmatched reliability; unlike ATX power supplies, the Delta DPS-2400AB can withstand the harsh environment of a 24/7/365  GPU mining operation. Unlike standard ATX power supplies, server power supplies are designed to run 24/7 for years, even at 100% load.

2400W GPU Mining Power Supply Kit Components:

Delta DPS-2400AB Server Power Supply Specifications:

  • Input: 200-240V ~ 13.6A 50-60Hz
  • Output: 2400W Max
  • Number of Power Slots: 2, Common Slot
  • Pushes: 12.5V
  • Efficiency Rating: 94%
  • Input Connector: C20 (C19 cable required, included)

X-Adapter X8 and X11 Breakout Board Features:

  • Support up to 200Amp / 2400Watts
  • Electronic on /off switch. Retains its state
  • 16 PCIe ports, for 6pin connectors
  • LED indicator lights: Yellow (receiving power) and Green (pushing power)
  • LED voltmeter display Onboard
  • Protective bottom plate

Exclusive X11 Breakout Board Specifications:

  • Two 4-Pin input for interconnect sync cable
  • 4Pin Molex Female port
  • Our Patent Pending Chain Sync Feature through our X6B, X7B,  X11, and ZSX Breakout boards is done by connecting the interconnect cable from PSU 1 to PSU2, PSU 2 to PSU 3, and so on. Feature tested with up to 20 PSU in a Daisy Chain.
  • X11 Breakout Board Manual

All-In-One ZSX Breakout Board Features:

  • 24Pin ATX Connector,  24in long
  • 180watts limit on wattage draw from the 24pins ATX connectors
  • 4Pin Molex Female
  • SATA Power
  • 4Pin or 8pin CPU Power
  • 8 Fan Hubs
  • Support up to 200Amp / 2400Watts
  • Electronic on /off switch. Retains its state
  • 16 PCIe ports, for 6pin connectors
  • LED indicator lights: Yellow (receiving power), Green (pushing power), & Blue (Motherboard powered)
  • On-board LED voltmeter display
  • Protective bottom plate
  • Our Patent Pending Chain Sync Feature through our X6B, X7B,  X11, and ZSX Breakout boards is done by connecting the interconnect cable from PSU 1 to PSU2, PSU 2 to PSU 3, and so on. Feature tested with up to 20 PSU in a Daisy Chain.
  • ZSX Breakout Board Manual
  • ZSX to Motherboard Wiring Guide (With Pictures!)

6 Pin to 8 Pin PCIe Cable Specifications:

Gauge 16AWG
Length 24in
Max Amperage 12A
Max Wattage 400W
Connector A 6Pin PCIe Male
Connector B 6Pin PCIe Male (6+2)

Kit Includes:

  • (1) Delta DPS-2400AB server power supply
  • (1) 3ft C14 (PDU) to C19 (PSU) Cable
  • Options of (2) X-Adapter X8,  (1) X-Adapter X11 and (1) X-Adapter X8, OR (1) X-Adapter ZSX with motherboard/CPU cables and (1) X-Adapter X8
  • (10, 12, 16, 18 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30 or 32) PCIe Cables, 16 AWG THHN 6 pin to 8(6+2) pin
  • (4) 3M Rubber foot pads
  • 30-day warranty

Additional Information

Weight 12 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 8 × 4 in
Manufacturer

Delta

MPN

KT-240010SET04-2X8C19

UPC

719826778986

Condition

new

PSU Efficiency

94%

PSU Efficiency Rating

80+ Platinum

Max Output

2400W

Input Connector

C20

Breakout Board

X11/X11 Combo 16-port, ZSX/X11 Combo

Cables

No Cable, 10 6-pin to 6+2 pin, 12 6-pin to 6+2 pin, 14 6-pin to 6+2 pin, 16 6-pin to 6+2 pin, 18 6-pin to 6+2 pin, 20 6-pin to 6+2 pin, 22 6-pin to 6+2 pin, 24 6-pin to 6+2 pin, 26 6-pin to 6+2 pin, 28 6-pin to 6+2 pin, 30 6-pin to 6+2 pin, 32 6-pin to 6+2 pin

Compatible Voltage Input

100-120V, 200-240V

Got something to discuss?


Customer
High
9 months 16 days ago

Hi, excuse me for newb questions 🙂

1. I’m intending to use 5700 XTs with 2* 8 pin powers each, so I would need 3 cables for each GPU including 1 for riser. Would I be able to use a Y splitter cable to power both of 8 pins with 1 cable? Is there a load limit to each individual 8 pin ports on the breaker board?

2. Is there any benefit to use X11 boards over X8 boards for this power supply?

3. How many GPUs maximum would you recommend to use with this power supply? Could I use 10 or 12?

Thank you kindly in advance.

Support
9 months 16 days ago

1. You should be able to get good MH/s per card at 150watt each. I suggest you split the riser with one of the 8pin connectors on the GPU. The second 8pin on the GPU directly connected.
2. X11 and X8 are both the same. The x11 has some connectivity features and extra compatibility with Liteon PSU.
3. Do the math, If each GPU use 150watt + 5 to 10% for the riser card. If you are running on 1200watt, trying to keep at a maximum 95% PSU capacity. That would be 6 GPU’s perhaps you can push 7. If you push the PSU above spec’s it will overheat and shutdown. Mind you, it will restart once it cools off. Setup one GPU at a time; test and mine then add another one, test, and mine …. Baby steps will allow you to troubleshoot a problem in 5min as opposed to 5 hours.

Customer
vinautomatic
5 months 17 days ago

Can you explain what you mean split the riser with the spare 2 pins? What are we supposed to do with those two pins? I don’t know of riser that takes 2 pins except that little white clip in, but it wouldn’t be a good fit for sure

Support
5 months 17 days ago

Please elaborate … I cannot find any reference for “riser with the spare 2 pins” let me know where you saw this so I can read the context. Thank you

Customer
puzzlesandal
9 months 11 days ago

How many watts can each 6pin PCIE on the breakout card X8 and X11 support?

Support
9 months 11 days ago

180 watts safely. That is assuming you are using a good quality cable of 16AWG size.

Customer
mo tamer
7 months 11 days ago

Hello , I want to ask if I can use that product to power x6 GPU cards rx 6800 , if yes then can you advise what breakout and cables options I should choose in the order tab ?

Support
7 months 11 days ago

Yes, it can … If you already have an ATX PSU for your motherboard then the X11 you should choose. If you want to power everything from this 2400 watt then the ZSX board you should consider strongly. They are limits but once you understand them, it is the best value.

Customer
mo tamer
7 months 11 days ago

Yes I already have atx PSU so I’ll go with the x11 as you said , thank you a lot for the fast complete answer. I can’t believe how fast your response was .

Customer
samturgeon
7 months 10 days ago

Hello, I’m planning to run (13) GEFORCE RTX 3060TI in a mining rig with a H110 Pro BTC+ motherboard. Is this power supply sufficient to run all 13 GPU’s?

Support
7 months 10 days ago

Hi. I haven’t run tests on this card yet but I see on Mining Chamber the following specs Ethash – 59Mh/s 130 Watts. 130watt! Do he math 130W X 13 = 1690 + 10% for risers and you are still well below 2400watt. As long as your math does not pass 2400watt you are fine. I personally operate this PSU at 2400watt, 24/7 for over one year, and it was still going strong when we shut down that facility. Don’t forget that PSU requires 200AC volt +

Customer
miningshouse
5 months 18 days ago

Hi, I am going to connect 11/12 rtx 3080 on asrock h110 pro btc + I was going to use an atx splitter cable to connect two psu delta 2400W because the consumption of a 3080 is around 230w and the maximum input power allowed to the motherboard is 2400w , what do you think about it?

thanks
Andrew

Support
5 months 18 days ago

Hi Andrew, how are you powering up the motherboard? Can you elaborate on “use an atx splitter cable to connect two PSU” Thanks

Support
5 months 17 days ago

This seems just a means to sync power supply together. How are you powering up the motherboard?

Customer
miningshouse
5 months 17 days ago

the motherboard has two buttons for power on and reset,

Customer
CarlosG
7 months 3 days ago

How long are the male 6 pin to (6 + 2) pin cables?
do you ship to Argentina?

Support
7 months 3 days ago

24inch, we also have 36inch available. We love your beautiful country and have many customers there. Unfortunately, we were informed by FedEx that all shipment now requires third party Custom Broker to process shipment import. We decided to disable this option to prevent aggravation for our customers. If you wish to order knowing the above, message us and be prepared to pay for your order using Crypto.

Customer
ronron21
7 months 1 day ago

Hi, i plan to run 10 5600xt rigs or 5 RTX3080 rigs, what kind of PSU you recommend should i get for each rigs or 2-3 rigs if possible, plus to mention i can go for 60A maximum as my apartment has an 80A max, thanks in advance 🙂

Customer
lobotomy99
7 months 1 day ago

I have the 2400w delta power supply. Do the two x11 breakout boards I have need a connection sync cable between them, if on the same psu?
1 min 17 sec till response, for the record. Impressed. Thanks.

Customer
7 months 1 day ago

No, they will not need the interconnect sync cable as they are on the same PSU.

Customer
ashtondream
7 months 4 hours ago

Hello,

Do I need to connect this delta power supply to my motherboard at all? Or do I just plug the 8 pins into my GPUs and have my motherboard connected to a separate EVGA PSU entirely for power/bootup?

If I need to connect this delta power supply to my motherboard, how can I do that using my EVGA PSU as a bridge? Or do I need to purchase a 24 pin connector adapter for this power supply specifically?

Thanks for your help.

Support
7 months 3 hours ago

Only a pico adapter or the ZSX board can power your motherboard. Otherwise, you will need an ATX PSU to power your motherboard. Few things here the Delta 2400 has two power bars. From the back, the left bar is master and controls the on/off of the PSU. the right side will just follow. In order to sync your ATX PSU to the 2400watt so that when your ATX turns on/off, the 2400 will also turn on/off. Take a Molex 4pin power cable from the ATX PSU like an HDD power and insert in the Molex plug on the breakout board.

Customer
JordanMiner
7 months 4 hours ago

So I have to power supply but only one half of the power supply lights up. The breakout boards work. But on the left half doesn’t power. It has enough volts to be power.

Customer
Tekkin
6 months 30 days ago

Newby here. I’ve never built a rig and can be intimidating, so I love seeing how interactive your company is with the customers and answering our questions, so thank you! I’m currently building 5 gpu rig using 5 – ASUS Dual GeForce RTX 3070 with ASUS Prime Z390-P motherboard.

I want to purchase the 2400 watt PSU, but I’m not sure how many 6 pin to 6+2 cables I need and which breakout board I need 8x or 11x?

Can you help me with this?

Customer
crashpad182
6 months 26 days ago

Hello, What breakout board can I buy that will let my EVGA power supply turn this on at the same time. Thank you

Support
6 months 25 days ago

X11, X6B, ZSX. We have X6b in stock. X11 will be in stock Friday

Customer
gerrysk
6 months 7 days ago

model 2400 zsx is still out of stock ?
If I have to connect my power supply to the model 2400 do I not need a synchronizer? thank you

Support
6 months 7 days ago

Some stock now

Customer
ronron21
6 months 10 days ago

Hi, I have a question in terms of using this PSU for a 12gpu mining rigs consisting of 3070/3060ti gpu’s,

1. the watts per gpu are about 120+-watts, but it says it can go up to 240 watts per gpu on the manufacturar’s site, do I need to calculate for 120watts or 240?, ofcourse I will OC the rig and it will be 120+- watts consistently, but still i am not so sure about this… and if it does work for it, can I use this single PSU for the motherboard and fans and the gpu’s all together?

2. I have a 200-240 Volt and so I dont think there will be any issues in terms of adding anything on that matter for the PSU to work, but on the Amperage aspect of things, how many Ampere does this PSU will be needing?, and if I will run 10 rigs, each having this PSU, then how many Ampers will I need for these 10 PSU’s just for safety?

Thanks alot in advance and have an amazing week! 🙂

Customer
ronron21
6 months 6 days ago

? 🙁

Customer
6 months 6 days ago

Hello,

I personally always recommend basing your calculations on the maximum draw of the GPUs and risers. That is my personal preference to be on the absolute safest side at all times. You are free to calculate at 120W per GPU, but don’t forget the risers also draw power separately from the GPUs. Yes, you can use the server PSU to power your motherboard and fans if you get the combination with the ZSX breakout board.

In the picture of the label, you can see that this PSU will draw 13.6A. For 10 units, that is a total draw of 136A.

Customer
ronron21
6 months 6 days ago

Hi,

Thank you very much for the reply :),

On the risers power draw side is there a difference between different models in terms of watt usage or is it equal to all riser models?, if so how many watts will each riser use?, I saw on the comments that Joseph G answered the following in reference to similar question but couldn’t understand the riser watt usage –
“Do the math 130W X 13 = 1690 + 10% for risers and you are still well below 2400watt” –

What does the 10% for risers represent?, and if to take account on the 120W each GPU + 150-200 for motherboard and fans then it’s 12*120=1440W, and 200W for system, all together it’s 1640W,

Then there is only left the 12 riser units Wattage consumption question,

Thank you very very much in advance and have a wonderful week! 🙂

Customer
6 months 5 days ago

As I said, we’ve seen risers draw as little as 16W and as much as 120W each. The actual draw will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, batch to batch, and even riser to riser. The only way to know the actual draw is to use the riser and measure the true power draw.

Different people estimate riser consumption in different ways. I estimate at 50W based on the actual draw we’ve seen from various risers. Joseph estimates that risers will draw 10% of whatever the GPU draws (for example, the 130W GPU would have a riser that draws 13W).

GPUs + Risers + mobo/CPU/SSD
(120*12)+(50*12)+180 = 2220W

Based on the above estimation, you would have roughly 180W to spare on the PSU.

Customer
ronron21
6 months 5 days ago

Thanks allot for the full reply, a maybe silly question in reference to the 2220 and + 180W left, isn’t it 20% lees than the PSU wattage like a pc PSU?, because it’s a server PSU i can use the full 2400W?, sorry for the weird question and thanks allot for the help 🙂

Customer
6 months 5 days ago

Server PSUs can be run at 100% load 24/7/365, though it is rarely encouraged to do so as it can reduce product life. ATX PSUs are recommended to run at 70% load maximum with daily soft resets (and an occasional hard reset). That is one of the many benefits of using a server PSU over an ATX PSU. You do not HAVE to run a server PSU with only an 80% load, most people simply chose to so as to get the maximum lifespan from the PSU and a slightly better efficiency rating.

In your particular case, I would suggest getting a second PSU as well for your own peace of mind. Even just a 750W PSU with 3 of the GPUs/risers would bring both loads under 75% (based on the previous calculations). This is why knowing your actual power draw is so important.

Customer
ronron21
6 months 3 days ago

Oh now I understand it perfectly,
thank you so very much for the broad explanation:)

And a question in terms of having a second PSU even the smallest one would be 3 Ampers, so having extra 10 would mean extra 30 Amps no?, or if i use the server PSU and the wattage would be less then the Amp usage would be lower than 13.6?, the reason for it is i got 10 rigs finished and all i need now is PSU’s and to finish my electrical grid, when it’s all done i will have 160 Amps in total but I will be able to allocate only 140 Amps, as the rest of the 20 Amps will be for home use.

and the most important question, you ship to Israel right?

Customer
6 months 2 days ago

Unfortunately, the 750W pulls 4.6A on 240V and the 2400W pulls 13.6A. If you only have 140A available for 10 rigs, that’s only 14A per rig.

Yes, we ship to Isreal. You can get shipping quotes directly from the cart page: https://www.parallelminer.com/cart/. Please note that we, unfortunately, do not and cannot quote customs for you. The carrier will send you a separate invoice for customs once the package reaches the destination country.

Customer
ronron21
5 months 24 days ago

Hi, thank you very much for the huge support you have given me!, I will order 1 of these PSUs and will test it for the systems and if it works for the entire systems combination i will order 9 extra units, really have given great support !!! 🙂

Customer
Thorium
6 months 8 days ago

i try to buy this but when i put cab;e option it always said put of stock

Customer
leoloisa
6 months 15 hours ago

Hi, I want to connect a motherboard with 13 3070 GPUs. As I could read in the discussions, this PSU qualifies. But I can’t understand the different photos published. On the ZSX / 8x breakout board I cannot see the 24 pin connector for the motherboard, which I can see in the photo of the 1200w PSU. How can I be sure that I am buying the correct breakout? My last question … the connector is British, correct?

Support
6 months 1 hour ago

This PSU used an A C19 type power cord, on some listings we included it on others we don’t. It requires 200-240AC volt. If you chose the ZSX board you will have the ability to power your motherboard. The second to the last picture will show the ZSX and cables included.

Customer
pedroigp
5 months 22 days ago

The ZSX/X8 Combo comes with the pico atx cable so i can power my motherboard?

Support
5 months 21 days ago

This listing second picture shows the cable included for any ZSX board we sell. https://www.parallelminer.com/product/zsx-breakout-board-16-ports-pico-24pin-atx-fan-hubs-100-gpu-mining-a-game-changer/

Customer
SHENG Cao
5 months 15 days ago

I just received this psu but I checked everything it still doesn’t work. I don’t know why?

Support
5 months 15 days ago

This PSU requires 208/ 240 volts AC. It will not work on 110/120

Customer
OZrevhead
4 months 24 days ago

I have the same problem, psu is doa and support stopped replying, so I will have to buy another one myself to confirm if the first one is faulty. Yes I am on 240v.

🙁

Support
4 months 23 days ago

What is your ticket # for support? Use our contact us page, a ticket will be automatically created.

Customer
tom235
5 months 14 days ago

Hi,

I have 12 3070s with a TDP of around 220 watts each.

Would 1 6 pin split to 2x 8 pin be enough to power 1 3070 or would i need to use 2 6pin?

Support
5 months 14 days ago

If your max estimate is 220watt and you are splitting a 16AWG cable you should be fine. Just check the cable after hashing for a few hours and see if you feel any heat to the touch. Warm is acceptable hot is not.

Customer
tom235
5 months 13 days ago

I have 12 3070s, to be safe i want 2x 2400w server psus but the issue is, how would i configure the 6 pin to 8 pin, would i put a splitter and go from 1x 6pin to 2x 8 pin or should i do 1x 6 pin to 1x 8 pin plus 1x 6 pin to 2x 8pin where one pin goes into the riser and the other goes into the gpu?

Also how would i connect the server psus with a atx in a way that allows me to start and stop the psus along with my atx and computer?

Thanks!

Customer
Philou
5 months 13 days ago

Hi,
I’m planning to use 6 RTX 3070 with this and I’m already using a psu to power the motherboard. Would it be more efficient to switch the whole rig to this PSU with a ZSX/X8 Combo or keep my psu and order the X11/X8 combo ?
Thanks !

Support
5 months 12 days ago

Having a single source of power is always recommended. However, if you already have a system that is running fine and stable I would leave it alone.

Customer
ricardo.cool.pinto
5 months 7 days ago

Hello!
I just bought this PSU and i was planning on connecting it to a 220V plug. However i only now noticed that the common ATX PSU cable i have available is a C13 cable.

I know that this package included a C14 (PDU) to C19 (PSU) Cable.
I do not own a PDU, but i was thinking if i can connect the C13-EUPlug cable i have to the C14-C19 cable you include, and power the PSU this way.
Is there any problem in doing this??
Thank you!

Customer
5 months 7 days ago

Hello, we have had no issues daisy-chaining 2 power cords together when the C13 power cord is thicker and able to handle more amperage or the same as the included cable. The C14 to C19 power cord we provide is 14AWG and able to handle 15A.

Customer
ricardo.cool.pinto
5 months 7 days ago

The C13 power cord is 10A…. Will have to upgrade 🙁
Thank you!

Customer
5 months 7 days ago

You’re very welcome! The Delta 2400W input is 13.6A, so you really do need a power cord that can handle at least 15A.

Customer
ricardo.cool.pinto
5 months 7 days ago

Update: Found a 16A C13 power cord, however im not sure if the AWG is enough…
I chord says 0.75mm squared on it, and i looked up a AWG to mm2 conversion (not very accurate, but +-) and most sources tell me it should be around 2mm squared or higher
https://www.pinterest.pt/pin/695665473672274288/

Doesnt seem very logical (this wire look around the same thickness as the one of the Delta 2400W)

Will search more about this and post updates here if i find anything!

Customer
5 months 4 days ago

If it can support 16A, then the cable thickness should be good enough as our cable can only support up to 15A.

Customer
18_FPS-Guy
5 months 7 days ago

Hello Sir,
I am a totally new to mining and only has few weeks experience in building and mining a simple 3 GPUs 3070 on Gigabyte AB350 Gaming 3 and want to go deeper by trying to build a 10 GPUs 3080 rig. My questions are:
1. Do you ship to Bali – Indonesia, and how long will it possibly take?
2. Will this kit manage to power up the motherboard, risers, and the GPUs at once?
3. Which breakout Board and Cables should I choose?
3. What else will I need and are they available here (other than the Motherboard, CPU, RAM, Storage, Risers, and GPUs)?

Customer
ricardo.cool.pinto
5 months 7 days ago

**Not official support**

but i think answering your question 2 and 3, the important part of this kit is the breakout boards you choose in your package. If you want a package which can power your MB + CPU, AND on top of that the GPUs + risers, i think the kit your looking for is the ZSX/X8 combo (ZSX will have 24pin MB power and 6pin cpu + GPU PCIe slots, and X8 will have additional PCIe slots).

About your last question, i think the only extra thing your missing is the actual frame to mount everything together (search open air mining rig, or wait until parallelminer restocks), and you can (but dont necessarily need to) buy splitters, to use less slots on your breakout boards and convert 1x 6pin to 2x 8+2pin (Please search the safe way to do this so you dont underpower your GPUs and/or risers.

Besides that your set i think! Once again, im not official support but admins can correct me if im wrong!

Support
5 months 7 days ago

Thanks, Ricardo. We welcome customer-to-customer help. Much appreciated

Customer
18_FPS-Guy
5 months 6 days ago

Sir, do you ship to Bali – Indonesia?

Customer
5 months 4 days ago

Yes, we do ship to Indonesia!

You can get shipping quotes directly from the cart page: https://www.parallelminer.com/cart/
We, unfortunately, do not and cannot quote customs for you.

Customer
18_FPS-Guy
5 months 6 days ago

Thank you Sir!

Customer
OZrevhead
4 months 24 days ago

Has anyone else received a faulty or dead Delta psu (or any for that matter)? Did support rectify the issue? Thanks

Customer
shrouder420
4 months 19 days ago

Do you have to follow the 80% rule for these like ATX power supplies? Or can I use the full 2400w? Where as 80% rule would only let me use 1,920

Support
4 months 19 days ago

On this PSU you can use full load. Be prepared for some serious fan noises.

Customer
adamjsy
4 months 10 days ago

Could I use this to power 6x RTX 3090s and turn on at the same time as powering up my main PC?

Support
4 months 10 days ago

With the ZSX Combo board X8 or X11 … Yes you can. Be mindful this PSU requires 208/240AC Volt

Customer
Grabowski
2 months 26 days ago

Hello, Im going to connect this PSU to a 6KVA UPS to make sure it receives clean power. The UPS has L6-30R outputs. Do you think it would be ok to connect the PSU diretly to the UPS with a L6-30P to C19 cable?

Support
2 months 26 days ago

Yes absolutely

Customer
Grabowski
2 months 26 days ago

Great! Thank you for the quick response!

Customer
adamjsy
2 months 9 days ago

Hi. I’m new to this so apologies if I’ve missed the answer.
Would it be ok to run 6 RTX3090’s using this? The Nvidia site say it requires 350w so 350 x 6 = 2100w (300w spare)
Also for the Pins, 2x PCIe 8-pin so 12 6 pin to 8 pin cables. Im assuming its better to evenly spread them between the two cards.
Am I thinking this though correctly or am I going down the wrong road? Thanks for your help all.
Also, Can this be plugged into a standard wall socket?

Customer
c134ever
20 days 16 hours ago

Can I use a C19/C20 plug for this instead of the supplied plug? My PDU will be better configured to handle the load this way.

Support
20 days 2 hours ago

Yes totally fine

Customer
skirpal2000
18 days 12 hours ago

Hi! When can we expect more Delta 2400 W PSU’s to come in stock?

Support
18 days 3 hours ago

Unfortunately, I don’t think will ever come back to Market.

Customer
skirpal2000
18 days 12 hours ago

Hi! When can we expect more Delta 2400 W PSU’s to return to stock?

Support
18 days 3 hours ago

Unfortunately, I don’t think will ever come back to Market.

Customer
Nicholas Johnston
12 days 1 hour ago

Could you elaborate on why this is the case? These are the best PSUs for mining I know of, would be a shame to be stuck without them.

Customer
djisthemanstan
14 days 14 hours ago

Is there an eta on these or are they out of stock for good?

Customer
CEVASCO
9 days 10 hours ago

Just received my Delta 2400w with 2 breakout boards (x11). My question is do I have to run a Molex connector to each breakout board on the same power supply to get the entire single power supply to turn on? Or can I run just 1 one Molex cable to one board and the other board on the same power supply will turn on and off based on what the 1st one is doing? The molex cable is coming from a power supply that is hooked to the mother board. When the mother board is off I need the server Delta 2400w to be off.

Support
9 days 4 hours ago

They are two power bars one the 2400watt. One is master and one is slave. You only need the Molex from the ATX PSU the large Molex 4pin that is the one that would power an HDD on the master side

 

62 reviews for Delta 2400 Watt Platinum 94% Power Supply...

  1. 5 out of 5

    JOON LEE (verified owner)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Bill G. (verified owner)

  3. 5 out of 5

    Joseph B. (verified owner)

    This kit rocks! As always great communication from PM. Love doing business here.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Henrique A. Guerreiro Dias Evaristo (verified owner)

    I’m in love with this! Great product, let’s now do the test of time 😉 …

  5. 5 out of 5

    Steven Delcambre (verified owner)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Alan H. (verified owner)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Paul Mongeau (verified owner)

    Fantastic product and it was delivered very fast. Parallel Miner just can’t be beaten. Even the packing was done professionally. 5 stars rating without hesitation.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jeffrey H. (verified owner)

    Timely shipping and everything worked as planned. Was skeptical of the site with the amount of scams out there but this site is legit.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Matt R. (verified owner)

  10. 5 out of 5

    Robert (verified owner)

    This team is great! They have the best PS solutions needed right now for open air mining.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Christian Baier (verified owner)

    Fantastic service. Extremely fast overseas shipping! Will definitely buy again here.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Asher K. (verified owner)

    The product is AMAZING. Shipping however isn’t. I ship thousands of packages a week and FedEx is the worst. I would drop FedEx and go with UPS. The shipping was slow to begin with and they were a day late. It’s not that big of a deal but it’s still a little bit annoying. I still would give you 5/5 stars cause there’s nothing you can really do with that other than drop FedEx all together. Other than that great product and great company

  13. 1 out of 5

    Todd (verified owner)

    Never received the 2400 watt psu I paid over $220.00 for. Left msg on their phone system as well as emailed them. Still waiting for a reply.

    • Joseph g (store manager)

      03/18/2021 784914268509. The shipment shows pending delivery. Please call FedEx and find out what is going on. If they lost the shipment file a claim with them and e will reship the order to you.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Eduard-George Dobre (verified owner)

  15. 5 out of 5

    Keira (verified owner)

    Great quality product and the purchase was easy.

  16. 5 out of 5

    hipolito t. (verified owner)

    this is incredible with this, everything works 11GPU RX 580 8gb motherboar Asus B250 Mining Expert and 24 Fan all in one

  17. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Lee (verified owner)

  18. 5 out of 5

    Riccardo D. (verified owner)

    works great and I love it that they included the nessesery power cable

  19. 1 out of 5

    Oscar Paniagua (verified owner)

    I haven’t received my order yet and I payed 2 day shipping.

    • Missa-Lynn

      Hello, we did ship it via FedEx 2Day. The tracking number says it was delivered today.

  20. 4 out of 5

    William H. (verified owner)

    The psu is great but shipping is so slow.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Lee (verified owner)

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Banks (verified owner)

  23. 4 out of 5

    Paul (verified owner)

    Can’t fault the products, good quality.
    Only concern was the delivery, it was delivered to the wrong address. Luckily the person it was delivered to got in touch and was able to deliver it to me.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Joles (verified owner)

  25. 5 out of 5

    Timothy Dinnel (verified owner)

    Free upgrade to the new Amp model! Thanks a million hashes
    @accrued_bitxbit

  26. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

  27. 5 out of 5

    LST1977 (verified owner)

    Great product! Works very well and as per now looks like high quality.

    Shipping to Switzerland was faster than expected (within 7 days delivered). Shipping costs are high, almost 1/3 of the product, but no waiting time, which compensates the price.

    I can recommend Product and Service of Parallelminer.com

    Greatings from Switzerland

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lorenz S. (verified owner)

    Great product! Works perfectly with 10x RTX 3070 and 2x RTX 3060ti. Very fast delivery to Switzerland (7 days).

  29. 5 out of 5

    Adam H. (verified owner)

  30. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

  31. 5 out of 5

    Ryan K. (verified owner)

    Very nice PSU Combo.

  32. 5 out of 5

    Matthew (verified owner)

    You really can’t beat the price, or the quality. Have two of these now, and plan to continue ordering from parallel miner.

    • Joseph g (store manager)

      Thank you, Matthew. We just raised some of our prices. We have no choice … Inflation is everywhere. Here, China, Germany. Copper’s price is up 40% this year. Ic’s 200%. Now our OEM PSU’s supplier is also raising prices. I guess there is no better time to own Crypto! The only way to protect yourself from inflation.

  33. 5 out of 5

    David S. (verified owner)

    Excellent product, packed very well, on time delivery. I couldn’t have asked for more.

  34. 3 out of 5

    Radomir N. (verified owner)

    I paid 247 dollars for the product and 65 dollars for shipping. When the product arrived to me I have to pay another 57 POUNDS for customs. Sad

  35. 5 out of 5

    Steve M. (verified owner)

  36. 5 out of 5

    Adam B. (verified owner)

    Just purchased my 2nd psu from Parallel for mining purposes, same model. First one has been running straight for 2 months, 9x RTX 3070s and 1x RTX 3080 with no issues. Two 8×16 breakouts, and I use an ATX psu to run the Mobo. Running this on a 240v 20amp line. Great product, great service. Highly recommend

  37. 5 out of 5

    Michael Logsdon (verified owner)

    Excellent Product and the usual Fast Service

  38. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Many thanks, just what I needed to keep building 🙂

  39. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Excellent PSU, fast international delivery. Definitely would purchase again!

  40. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Awesome.

  41. 5 out of 5

    Nicholas (verified owner)

    Power supply is awesome. Shipping to Australia was fast and packaged well. You wont find a better power supply for a mining rig setup. Thanks parallel mining.

  42. 5 out of 5

    osama a. (verified owner)

  43. 5 out of 5

    Daniel G. (verified owner)

    Great service! Item works as expected and shipped in a timely manner! Thanks!

  44. 5 out of 5

    Abdulrahman Esailan (verified owner)

    Very good quality

  45. 5 out of 5

    Pat H. (verified owner)

    Great product good price fast delivery overall a good experience

  46. 4 out of 5

    Dan E. (verified owner)

    Product is in great condition ale arrived with high quality 16awg cables. Only thing im missing is 2 different breakout boards where i could join molex for rig fans and sata for ssd. But otherwise it’s great, 3 days of use only, but till now it runs quietly and reliable.

  47. 1 out of 5

    Blake DiBartelo (verified owner)

    My fans went bad after 3 weeks, not even close to running at full load For the 2400w platinum, a brutal buzzing noise came about and I had to shut my rig down. same happened with my 1600w platinum. Very disappointed.

    • Joseph g (store manager)

      We don’t sell 1600watt PSU. However, if your 2400 watt did come from us .. Please use the contact page and send us a message. It might still be under warranty, in that case we will replace it

  48. 5 out of 5

    Allen (verified owner)

    Great staff, always a great experience. Product hands down best pwr supply out there.

  49. 5 out of 5

    skirpal2000

    Hello, when can we expect more Delta 2400W PSU’s to come in stock?

    • Joseph g (store manager)

      Unfortunately, I don’t think will ever come back to Market.

  50. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Excellent product, perfect for density on the rigs. Very fast shipping, always efficient, thanks parallel miner!!

  51. 5 out of 5

    Boedi S. (verified owner)

    I love it especially with bonus getting the long version of PCI-e cables. All of them. And I get the AMP version also.

  52. 5 out of 5

    Yousef997

    great PSU, i want to order more is there any stocks coming soon ? this is the best PSU i used ever.

    • Joseph g (store manager)

      This PSU was specially built for Apple Computer by Delta. Originally 20K was produced at a $279 cost to Apple. The project was abandoned and we bought it in 2017. Factory sealed new PSU. Some of our customers may have stock left but we are sold out. I do not see a way for these in our stock again at any reasonable price.

  53. 5 out of 5

    ve8977 (verified owner)

    Ordered three units of these monster PSU to power all my RTX3090 / RTX3080.

    Works like a charm ! Pushing 2350 watt per PSU and the fans sounds like a jet !

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