HDD, SSD ALL SATA Power Breakout Board CHIX 10 4-Pin Port 5V/12V | HP DELTA LITE-ON Server Power Supply

4.20 out of 5 based on 10 customer ratings
(13 customer reviews)

$69.00$99.00

Power up to 40 Drives for Mining, Testing. CHIX V1 w/ 750w PSU and 12TB HDD Options Available. 10 4-Pin Ports. Includes 4 4-pin to 5 SATA Power Expansion.

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Product Description

Power up to 40 Drives for Mining, Testing Breakout Board X-Adapter CHIX 10 4-Pin Port 5V/12V HDD SSD SATA Power

Introducing our first breakout board designed specifically for hard drive mining providing SATA power for all of your HDD/SSD needs.  The X-Adapter CHIX is compatible with HP 750w and 1200w server power supplies.

  1. Standalone
  2. Couple with an ATX power supply for GPU mining with Sync ON/OFF
  3. Interconnected for synchronicity ON/OFF: Up to 20 tested possibly more.

Power Supply Compatibility List

  • Note: Not compatible with Dell power supply with Dell Part Numbers: TCVRR, 0GVHPX, or 0XCHHD.
  • 460 Watts:
    • DPS-460EB A, HSTNS-PD14, HSTNS-PL14, 499249-001, 499250-101, 499250-201, 511777-001, 503296-B21, HSTNS-PL23B, PS-2461-6C1-LF, 591553-001, 591555-201, 599381-001, DPS-460MB A, HSTNS-PL28, PS-2461-7C-LF, 643931-001, 643954-201, 660184-001, 656362-B21, HSTNS-PR28-AD, HSTNS-PL28-AD, 7001613-J100, 746071-001, 748279-201, 748279-301, 742515-001, 739252-B21
  • 750 Watts:
    • DPS-750RB-A, HSTNS-PL18, 506821-001, 506822-201, 511778-001, 512327-B21, DPS-750RB-A, HSTNS-PD18, 506822-101, 506821-001, 511778-001, 512327-B21, HSTNS-PL12, 449838-001, 449840-001, 454353-001, DPS-750AB-4 A, HSTNS-PD31, 674890-001, 666375-101, 674275-B21, DPS-750UB B, HSTNS-PD22B, 591556-101, 591554-001, 599383-001, 593831-B21, DPS-750AB-3 A, HSTNS-PD29, 643932-001, 643955-101, 660183-001, 656363-B21, HSTNS-PL29-AD, PS-2751-7CB-LF, 746072-001, 748281-201, 742516-001, 739254-B21, HSTNS-PF04, HPM-S-0750DDL00, 619671-401, 639173-001, 636673-B21, HSTNS-PL34, PS-2751-9C-LF, 697579-001, 700287-001, 697554-201, 697581-B21
  • 1100 Watts:
    • 03MJJP, 0Y613G, 01Y45R, L1100A-S0, PS-2112-2D-LF, PS-2112-2D1-LF, 09PG9X, 0W933G, PS-2112-2L, 0XVKF0, PS-2112-2L LF, 09K3M9
  • 1200 Watts:
    • DPS-1200LB C, MVKTR-LF, DPS-1200FB A, HSTNS-PD11, 440785-001, 438202-001, 438202-002, HSTNS-PL30, 643933-001, DPS-1200FB-1 A, HSTNS-PD19, 570451-001, 570451-101, 579229-001, DPS-1200SB A, HSTNS-PD30, 643933-001, 643956-101, 660185-001, 643956-201, 656364-B21
  • 1400 Watts:
    • PS-2142-2L, PS-2142-2L LF, 0Y53VG, DPS-1200MB A, D1200E-S0, 0MYV71, 04V04J, DPS-1200MB-1 A, D1200E-S1, 0RN0HH, 0CN35N, DPS-1200MB-1 B, D1200E-S2, 0J8HPV, 0FRVCP, DPS-1200MB-1 C

BREAKOUT BOARD SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Electronic on /off switch. Retains its state
  • 10 4-pin ports for power
  • LED indicator lights: Yellow (receiving power), Green (pushing 12v power) and Blue(pushing 5v power)
  • On-board LED voltmeter display for 12v
  • Protective bottom plate
  • Our Patent Pending Chain Sync Feature through our X6B, X7B, X11, X12, X15, and X20 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.

12 TB HDD Specifications

PACKAGE CONTENTS:

  • (1) X-Adapter CHIX V1 Breakout board
  • Optional 750w HP Gold Rated Server Power Supply
  • Optional 4x12TB HDD. 8X12TB HDD, 12X12TB HDD, 24X12TB HDD
  • (4) 4-pin to (5) SATA Expansion Cable
  • 30-day warranty

Additional cables can be purchased here.

Please note that the HDD shown in picture is for reference only and is NOT included with purchase.

Additional Information

Weight lbs
Breakout Board

ChiX + 4 Cable + 750watt, ChiX + 4 Cables

Efficiency

92% Gold Rated

UPC

617737059951

Voltage

5V, 12V

Cable Quantity

4

Connector Cable Side 1

4-Pin Male

Connector Cable Side 2

(5) SATA Male

HDD

No HDD, +4 12TB HDD, +8 12TB HDD, +12 12TB HDD, +24 12TB HDD

Got something to discuss?


Customer
ErikV
1 year 3 months ago

Hi, is this breakout board compatible also with a HP 1200w platinum server psu like the one you sale?

Support
1 year 3 months ago

Yes, it is but 1000watt may exceed the board capacity, be careful.

Customer
ericvogel
1 year 3 months ago

How many drives does this breakout board support with the optional/included 750W PSU?

Support
1 year 3 months ago

It will depend on the type of HDD you are using. A 10k RPM HDD will sure use more power than an SSD drive. We tested it (20) 7200rpm HDD successfully. We invite customers to push the limit to failure, We need the Data. We will replace it for free. This board is in its beginning stages and most likely will be improved over time.

Customer
empty123
1 year 3 months ago

how can i buy extra cables?

Customer
ErikV
1 year 2 months ago

Hi hope you will add on the next version (like on the ZSX) the possibility to power the motherboard and processor 👍

Customer
KeoMS
1 year 1 month ago

the included HDD are new ?

Support
1 year 1 month ago
Customer
Allan Brown
10 months 21 days ago

Is jt possible to power a couple of fans from the board aswell as the hard drives?

Support
10 months 21 days ago

This is a highly proprietary board. Designed for one purpose, to power HDD or SSD SATA devices. The board will push both 5volts on the RED and 12Volts on the yellow. Fans, usually at 95% of the case only use 12 volts

Customer
Joe Harrison
10 months 19 days ago

Love it! Any chance you could make one with motherboard connection as well?

Customer
Zachory Vlietstra
9 months 28 days ago

I’m trying to connect one of these units with a ZSX breakout board via the interconnect cable and when i switch one on the other shuts off, is it possible to use these two boards together?

Support
9 months 28 days ago

Yes they can be connected using the interconnect cable ONLY. 1) Unplug the interconnect cable 2) power off everything 3) connect the cable and now they will be sync, turn on one and the other will follow

Customer
johnson
2 months 20 days ago

Noob/dumb question. The 4 pin molex next to the fan plugs on the left, can i use that with a pcie riser to power a SaS expander? (or is there an easier way to do it)

(this is a cool product, thanks for supporting HDD mining/farming)

Support
2 months 19 days ago

This 4pin Molex is for sensing only. In the event, you would use an ATX PSU to turn the boar on / off. To be synced with an ATX. If you power anything with this 4pin Molex you will most likely KILL the board

Customer
cathayan
1 month 1 day ago

Is there anyone tested out the maximum HDD capacity for this board? Is it 50+? Since some ATX PSUs can’t boot with more than 20 HDDs. That’s why I am asking.

Support
1 month 17 hours ago

It really depends on the type of HDD & RPM. With 7200RPM we tested 35HDD

 

13 reviews for HDD, SSD ALL SATA Power Breakout Board...

  1. 5 out of 5

    clbcrry

    Excited to try it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Greg Foulks

    Looks very different from the beta version that I tested. Ready to put the this final version to the test.

    • Joseph g (store manager)

      Greg, thank you for your help. Please report back. More change will come to this board as you and others give us feedback. Thank you

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jeffrey B. (verified owner)

    Really fast shipping arrived quicker then expected great product at a good price and the staff was very helpful with a quick response to my questions and emails

  4. 1 out of 5

    Jim L. (verified owner)

    How you sell a power supply without a power cord, i do not understand. I have probably purchased over 100 psu’s in my time and this is the first time it did not include a power cord. Very disappointed with your service (lack of service that is…)

    • Joseph g (store manager)

      Within the industries of mining or IT server, we cannot know if the PSU unit will be used in the USA, UK, NZ, HK, etc. Will it be used on 200-240V, 277V, 100V, or American standard 110/120V? Will it be plugged into a wall outlet or a PDU unit? If a PDU unit, which type? They are four kinds of plugs available on it? Are there any specific local or government laws at the destination address related to PSUs, PDUs, and power cords?

      Each of the countries we ship to use different types of outlet receptacles and so we simply don’t include power cords. That said, we do state in our listing exactly what is included in these kits and the type of power cord required. Most of the PSUs will require a C13 power cord, a standard computer power cord that you can source locally. We offer power cords separately here: https://www.parallelminer.com/product-tag/power-cord/

  5. 4 out of 5

    Trunkneck

    Just a guess, but maybe look at the address and include the standard plug for that nation/area?

    • Joseph g (store manager)

      That still not going to tell us if the customer is going to use a PDU Unit or plug this straight into a wall outlet! Again PDU has four kinds/types of plugs on them. We need to remain efficient. Besides, most none commercial miner have these power cords somewhere in their drawers. They are just plain old Desktop computer power cords. We appreciate your reply and suggestion.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mohammed suhail (verified owner)

    Works great . Wish there was 24 pin mobo cable aswel. Which I knew isn’t there while placing the order.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Martin (verified owner)

  8. 5 out of 5

    David Goldup (verified owner)

    Effective lost cost solution to powering your Hard Drives!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Pedro Rodriguez (verified owner)

    Great product, fast shipping, good client service

  10. 2 out of 5

    Jason Lieser (verified owner)

    This was the perfect solution to my HDD mining operation until the last month. I’ve been using one since about May 2022 and now it is unusable. It will power up the drives but appears to randomly power cycle the drives. In Windows I see the drives constantly disconnect and reconnect. The power on cycle counts are now over +2500 for all of my 16 drives connected to this board. I’ve swapped out PSU and the SAS expander card as an initial troubleshooting step. Only remaining item is the board and I can’t invest any more money into this product if it is the same version. Breakout board is connected to a battery backup solution. I’ve read some forum posts that report similar issues after a few months and speculation is a better buck converter would help. I’ve no idea what that is but reporting on what I’ve heard as a possible improvement.

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