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

Sale!
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
5.00 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

$114.00$244.00

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

Clear

Warranty: 30 Days

Product Description

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

We are currently out of stock on the ZSX Breakout Board. We are not accepting back orders for the ZSX board or any power supply kits that use the ZSX board. Please sign up for email alerts to be notified when stock is available.

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

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,  (2) X-Adapter X11, OR (1) X-Adapter ZSX and (1) X-Adapter X11
  • (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

Input Voltage

200-240V

Max Output

2400W

Input Connector

C20

Breakout Board

X11 16-port, X8 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

Got something to discuss?


Customer
High
3 months 8 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
3 months 8 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
puzzlesandal
3 months 3 days ago

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

Support
3 months 3 days ago

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

Customer
mo tamer
1 month 3 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
1 month 3 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
1 month 3 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
1 month 2 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
1 month 2 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
CarlosG
23 days 22 hours ago

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

Support
23 days 22 hours 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
21 days 19 hours 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
21 days 10 hours 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.

Support
21 days 9 hours ago

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

Customer
ashtondream
20 days 3 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
20 days 2 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
20 days 3 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
19 days 15 hours 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
15 days 49 minutes 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
14 days 19 hours ago

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

Customer
ronron21
2 days 15 hours 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
Thorium
2 minutes 32 seconds ago

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

 

6 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)

Add a review

You may also like…