HP Platinum 94% 2400 Watt (2 x 1200W) 110V-240V GPU OPEN AIR MINING RIG POWER SUPPLY Kit

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HP Platinum 94%  2400watt (2x 1200W) power supply kit for GPU Video Card Mining Rig. Kit includes proprietary X6b, X7b, or 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

2400 WATT (2 x 1200) 94% PLATINUM 110-240V GPU MINING RIG POWER SUPPLY KIT

This 2400 watt power supply kit includes 2 HP 1200 Watt Platinum power supplies. Featuring our X-Adapter X6B (8 port), X7B (12 Port), or X11 (16 Port). Improve your ROI by upgrading your current PSU set up to this 94% Platinum certified PSU. Fully tested before shipping. PSU Kit is intended to independently power ASIC miners or GPU's and their risers in a 24/7/365 mining rig environment. Our Patent Pending Chain Sync Feature through our X6B, X7B, or X11 Breakout boards is done by connecting the interconnect cable from PSU 1 to PSU2 then PSU 2 to PSU 3; feature tested with up to 20 PSUs.

PSU SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Input: 110V-240V
  • Max Output @ 110V-120V: 1800W (2 x 900)
  • Max Output @ 200V-240V: 2400W (2 x 1200)
  • Input Connector: C13
  • Efficiency Rating: 80 Plus Platinum 94%

Kit includes:

  • (2) Original HP 1200w Server power supply. Platinum Rated.
  • (4, 8, 10, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32) Pair 6-pin to 6-pin +2pin 16AWG THHN PCIE cables
  • (2) Rev: 6B, 7B, 8, or 11 X-Adapter tested
  • (8) 3M Rubber foot pads
  • (1) X11 Manual sheet available here as a PDF
  • 30 day warranty
  • POWER CORD NOT INCLUDED.

COMPATIBLE GPU VIDEO CARDS (NOT LIMITED TO GPU'S ON THIS LIST):

  • Radeon RX 580, Radeon RX 570, Radeon RX 560, Radeon RX 480, Radeon RX 470, Radeon RX 460, Radeon R9 390, Radeon R9 390x, Radeon R9 380, Radeon R9 390x, Radeon R9 370, Radeon R9 295x, Radeon R9 280x, Radeon Pro Duo, Radeon R9 series, Radeon  R7 series, Radeon HD 8000 series, Radeon HD 7000 series, Radeon HD Vega Frontier, Radeon HD Vega 64, Radeon HD Vega 56
  • Nvidia 1080Ti, Nvidia 1080, Nvidia 1070Ti, Nvidia 1070, Nvidia 1060, Nvidia 1050Ti, Nvidia 980Ti, Nvidia 980, Nvidia 970, Nvidia 960, Nvidia 950, Nvidia 780, Nvidia 750Ti, Nvidia GTX 690

POWER SUPPLY CERTIFICATION:

With the increased popularity of ASIC and GPU mining many overseas and domestic sellers are taking advantage of the lack of knowledge of some users. We have seen an increase of sellers passing some HP 1200W PSUs as 94% Platinum rated. The only HP platinum 1200W PSU in the market are the ones with the following part numbers:  570451-101, 643956-101, 643956-201, 748283-201, 703247-101 (Certified by HP Directly). If you bought a HP 1200W PSU and it does not have these part numbers, IT IS NOT 94% PLATINUM CERTIFIED. 

Additional Information

Weight 16 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 8 × 4 in
6+2 pin PCIE cables

Free X8 Breakout Board No 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

1800W (2x 900W)

Max Output @ 200V-240V

2400W (2x 1200W)

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2 reviews for HP Platinum 94% 2400 Watt (2 x...

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    so far so good! finally got more pcie than i know what to do with

    one complaint:
    Would be nice if they were a little louder. I mean as it is, that high pitched ASIC noise from the fan is nice for my shed out back, but could be louder and higher pitch. Dont want little critters building a nest or chewing the wires.

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    These things ROCK!!! I have 4 of these PSU’s in series, running 8x 1080 Ti’s, 4x 1060’s (including risers), a Biostar TB250-BTC D+ MB, an Intel G3930 CPU, 8GB RAM, and an M.2 HD. Power on one, and all four come on. It just works.

    I ONLY WISH that instead of a 6-pin to 6-pin cable, they would sell breakout boards (and cables) that were 8-pin to 8-pin + 6-pin. That would allow for “easier” cable management when powering the beefier cards like the 1080 Ti’s. But, the 16-port breakout boards still get the job done. So, I’m happy.

    For anyone considering this purchase. DO IT!!! You’ll be very pleased.

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