X11 Breakout Board with PCIE Power Cables for GPU / ASIC Mining Compatible With DELTA, OEM’S 750W / 1200W / 1400W/ 1500W/ 2400 Watt Power Supplies +More

Breakout board and PCIe cable kit for all your mining power supply needs.
mining bitcoin power supplyX11 features a molex port(3) X11 boards connected by interconnect sync cables for mining bitcoin power supplyInterconnect sync cable attached to (2) X11 breakout boards to power off and on togetherX11 breakout board with an interconnect sync cable
4.61 out of 5 based on 36 customer ratings
(39 customer reviews)

$30.00$63.00

Built-in (16) PCI-E connectors on board for quick easy connect. 200Amps rated. It can power ASIC Miners as well as GPU.  W/ multiple mode available

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Warranty: 30 Days

Product Description

16 Port Chain Sync Breakout Board + PCIe Cables for HP, DELTA, LITE-ON Server Power Supplies

This server power supply adapter kit is built with our patented X6B breakout board and your choice in high-quality PCIe cables for ASIC or GPU mining.

Cable Option 1: 6 Pin PCIE to 6 Pin PCIE  (Typically used with ASIC Mining)
Cable Option 2: 6 Pin PCIE to 8 Pin (6+2) (ASIC or GPU Mining)

Built from its predecessor the X11 breakout board retains the quality of the X7, X8 while adding several new features not seen in the industry.  It is compatible with two different types of PSU layout, it is backward compatible as a replacement for the X7 and X8 and it can operate in multiple modes. Use this adapter with ASIC miner and GPU mining rigs to mine bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Featured modes include:

  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.
  4. Dual PSU to Single hashing board fault protection Dual fault protection means "If one PSU fails the second PSU will shut off"
  5. XRMT-V1 remote management add-on module. While the X6B is interconnected, use the optional remote power management module to remotely manage ON-OFF / Schedule Restart.

Server Power Supply Breakout Board Adapter Kit Components:

X-Adapter X11 Breakout Board Features:

  • Support up to 120Amp / 2400Watts
  • Electronic on /off switch. Retains its state
  • 16 PCIe ports, for 6pin connectors
  • LED indicator lights: Yellow (receiving power) and Green (pushing power)
  • On-board LED volt meter display
  • 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.

6 Pin PCIe Cable Option 1 Specifications:

Gauge 16AWG
Length 24in
Max Amperage 12A
Max Wattage 400W
Connector A 6Pin PCIe Male
Connector B 6Pin PCIe Male
Color White (positive) and Black (ground)

6 Pin to 8 Pin PCIe Cable Option 2 Specifications:

Gauge 16AWG
Length 24in
Max Amperage 12A
Max Wattage 400W
Connector A 6Pin PCIe Male
Connector B 8(6+2)Pin PCIe Male
Color Yellow (positive) and Black (ground)

Package Contents:

  • (1) X11 Breakout board
  • (4, 6, 8, 10, 12, or 16) PCIe cables of your choice
  • Interconnect cable, 1 to 2 X11  - One cable is included for each additional breakout board purchased together.
  • X11 Manual sheet available here as a PDF
  • 30-day warranty

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:
    • 7001515-J100, Z1100P-00, 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
  • 1500 Watts:
    • HSTNS-PL33, PS-2152-1C-LF, 684529-001, 684530-201, 704604-001, 684532-B21

X11 Breakout Board - Parallel Miner

Additional Information

Weight 2.5 lbs
Condition

new

Manufacturer

Centrix

MPN

X11SETCOMBO

Breakout Board

X11BRK

Cables Quantity

+ 4 6+2pin PCIE cables, + 6 6+2pin PCIE cables, + 8 6+2pin PCIE cables, + 10 6+2pin PCIE cables, + 12 6+2pin PCIE cables, +16 6+2 pin PCIE Cables, + 4 6pin PCIE cables, + 6 6pin PCIE cables, + 8 6pin PCIE cables, + 10 6pin PCIE cables, + 12 6pin PCIE cables, +16 6pin PCIE Cables

Cable Guage

16 AWG

Cable Length

24″

Connector Cable Side 1

6 Pin

Connector Cable Side 2

8 Pin (6+2)

UPC

719826775138

Got something to discuss?


Customer
jasonpenner
3 years 4 months ago

will this work for a delta tdps-1350AB power supply? if not is there a different product you sell that would work? Thanks in advance

Support
3 years 4 months ago

Hi, unfortunately no. We are working on compatible one which should be available by end of March

Customer
Wibs
3 years 4 months ago

This might be a silly question but does this breakout board come with any cables? I’m guessing no but for my benefit and any future reader…

Support
3 years 4 months ago

This particular listing is breakout board only. We do offer kit with cables .. See https://www.parallelminer.com/product-category/power-accessories/breakout-board/

Customer
icsta
3 years 4 months ago

I am wanting to use 2 of these with a Delta DPS-2400AB. How would the sync power work when attached to an ATX PSU? Would I attach a molex to both X11’s or just one of them?

Thanks!

Guest
Albert
3 years 4 months ago

To properly sync the DPS-2400AB power power supply to your ATX power supply using our X11 breakout board, you will need to connect a 4 pin molex from your ATX power supply to the molex port on the X11 breakout board that is connected to the right slot of the 2400w power supply. The right slot controls the on/off feature of both breakout boards connected to the power supply.

Support
3 years 4 months ago

Great question – The 2400 as two power bar . Only on is master. It is on the master only that you will need to sync the ATX PSU. The second bar is slave and will follow what ever the master does

Customer
bon4ire
3 years 3 months ago

Is it possible to have a version where I can attach an external power switch?

Customer
Vlad
3 years 3 months ago

Hey, Will this B Board work with Dell POWEREDGE W1R7V PSU by any chance ? Thanx

Customer
3 years 3 months ago

Thank you for the inquiry. No, the X11 is not compatible with 0W1R7V.

Customer
nadum35
3 years 3 months ago

Hi can you please confirm that these x11 are compatible with DELL POWEREDGE 1600 w C4130, part number 95HR5. Thanks

Customer
3 years 3 months ago

Unfortunately, none of our breakout boards are compatible with that PSU at this time.

Customer
teymur.mammadov
5 months 19 days ago

Hello – just bought this breakout board to use on HP HSTNS-PL11 1200W server PSU. When it’s turned on, the breakout board shows 12.5V on the display, although the PSU is rated as 12V output. The reason I’m concerned about this is because I’m using Asus B250 mining expert motherboard – the one that has 3 separate 24-pin ATX power slots (with each powering a SEPARATE set of PCIe slots). Reading through some discussions, I’m now discovering that if the breakout board outputs 12.5v, the MoBo would not power on. Is this correct? Is there a specific set of instructions for that motherboard (I know quite a few people are using it)? What I’m trying to do is one of the two things:

(1) Since I already have a separate ATX PSU, which now powers the MoBo and a few GPUs through slot A, I am hoping to connect the Server PSU with the breakout board to the remaining GPUs – however, the PCIe slots associated with Bank B and Bank C somehow need to be powered too. Normally, this B250 Motherboard expects several “regular” ATX power supplies, but obviously this is not going to be the case – at best, there will only be one ATX power supply.

(2) Failing the option of being able to dual-power the MoBo through the combination of regular ATX PSU and the server power supply, I’m also looking into an option of using ONLY server PSU and a breakout board. However, I can’t figure out then how to power the main 24-pin ATX slot (other than using this adapter cable: https://www.parallelminer.com/product/180watt-max-24pin-atx-power-module-included-sata-molex-cpu-power-connectors-ditch-your-atx-power-supply-entirely/). The adapter cable, however, would only power Bank A of PCIe slots (along with the motherboard) – how do I power Banks B and C? Or would it be enough to use this 12V cable (https://www.parallelminer.com/product/pcie-6pin-to-molex-4pin-female-24inch-16awg-12volt-only/) running from a 6pin connection on the breakout board to the Aux power Molex connection on B250 motherboard?

Using this to power the motherboard and GPU at the same time is somewhat confusing – ESPECIALLY within the context of Asus B250 mining expert motherboard. Any insight you can provide?

Thanks!

Customer
5 months 19 days ago

Hello, please note that the built-in readers have not been calibrated 100% accurately. The 1200W PSU only pushes 12V. The discussion you are referring to was about the Delta 2400W, which pushes 12.5V, and the BioStar TB250-BTC motherboard (which does not like the extra 0.5V). The ASUS B250 motherboard works fine with the Delta 2400W and its actual 12.5V output.

Only slot A of the 24pins is required. The B and C 24pin slots do not provide additional power to those sections, they allow your motherboard to turn connected ATX PSUs on and off. Since you would be using a server PSU, those ports are unnecessary. You can connect a Molex from your ATX PSU to the X11 breakout board to sync their power or switch to a full server PSU setup.

Customer
teymur.mammadov
5 months 17 days ago

Thank you! Yes, I can now verify that the breakout board works perfectly with Asus b250 mining expert and I don’t need extra power going to banks B or C, as long as bank A is powered through a 24-pin ATX power cable – I can just power both the risers and the GPU directly from the server power and the breakout board using 6 to 6+2 cables. Awesome! Thanks!

Customer
cryptogpuminer007
5 months 6 days ago

Hello,
to sync this with my atx power supply i need to plug the 4 pin molex from my atx psu to the break out board?
TIA

Customer
rburke
5 months 17 hours ago

Any idea when this will be back in stock?

Support
5 months 17 hours ago

We are hoping this week. We are shipping everything by Air from Asia but here in the USA shipping across the country is a real mess.

Customer
Cho_05
4 months 25 days ago

hello! whats the ETA status?

Support
4 months 23 days ago

Middle of next week

 

39 reviews for X11 Breakout Board with PCIE Power Cables...

  1. 5 out of 5

    Joe (verified owner)

    Got several of these on sale recently, had some in 2018 as well. These are FANTASTIC for so many different power supplies. I even tried them with some that I got a great deal on from eBay and they worked on those PSUs. PM said some PSUs dont work with this breakout board but I got luck on ones they haven’t tested. Can’t go wrong with these.

  2. 5 out of 5

    towseef

    I want confirm is this support ps -2751-5Q?

    • Missa-Lynn

      We have not had this PSU in our possession to test, but we do expect it to be compatible. Here is a link to our full breakout board compatibility list for your convenience.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy (verified owner)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Eulis L (verified owner)

    Great quality and really fast shipping recommended

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sergio José Velardez Soto (verified owner)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Teymur Mammadov (verified owner)

    High quality products that work right out of the box – responsive and knowledgeable tech support. Happy with the purchase – and will likely buy more!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Samuel Huggins (verified owner)

    Awsome product very well build

  9. 5 out of 5

    Justin (verified owner)

  10. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

  11. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Awesome

  12. 5 out of 5

    Erik (verified owner)

    Board was DOA, but customer support sent a replacement instantly and was very friendly. I’m already filling my cart for my next purchase and glad such a good company exists for my mining needs.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Order shipped and received in 1 week in France! I highly recommend !

  14. 2 out of 5

    Brian G. (verified owner)

    I ordered 2 of these and description said it comes with the wire to interconnect them and it didn’t come with that I’ve tried to contact and no one answered my email I’m about to make one with some pwm fan wires I had looks like the plug fits but it’s like 24 gauge wire and I have no idea if it’s going to work I need someone to answer me

    • Joseph g (store manager)

      Hi Brian, we sold out of these cables and did not want to hold customer’s orders because of it. Our staff have the info and will be sending the cable to everyone who did not receive it. Please confirm your order # I will make sure you are on that list.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Maximiliano (verified owner)

  16. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

  17. 3 out of 5

    Steve (verified owner)

    This shipment took longer than I expected it to take.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ian B. (verified owner)

    You guys make great stuff! I think it would be super helpful if you listed the number of pins on your card edges instead of just compatibility! I ordered two formats (or three?) and they all were either too many or too few pins which I can fix by attaching my own card edges from amphenol…you already have really explicit compatibility disclaimers, but it would be super helpful to builders doing unconventional things like using rectifiers which I am doing! Also, I believe if the PIN number is correct and the customer has PSU pinout specs which are easily accessible, you should be able to interface woth an scsi adapter or something similar. I could still do that, but finding say a 64 pin to 50 pin with the right male and female parts is trickier and makes formatting harder. No PCB involved either way to clarify, this is an off board solution. I ultimately needed a power distribution board because I decided on redundancy and old ones are cheap, but am currently trying to figure out how to use the (x4) 16 node cables of my server PSU distribution board. I think I’m going to get a compatible Intel bridge board to enable hot swap drives and redundancy, and maybe a node docking board. I would love to pick your brains about some of the ins and outs to find easy solutions because I appreciate the DIY modding spirit. Feel free to reach out! Anyhow, thank you for what you do. The tech industry needs these simple and effective solutions mass produced and readily available. I can’t tell you have many of your products enable simple solutions to problems other people insisted would absolutely require prototype interposer boards, etc. Keep fighting the good fight!

    Sincerely,
    Ian

  19. 5 out of 5

    TERENCE B. (verified owner)

    Exceptional service as usual.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Karsten Welskop (verified owner)

    Fits perfectly to PSU. High production quality. Fast delivery.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Super fast delivery, very high quality products

  22. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

  23. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Awesome product, fast shipping!

  24. 5 out of 5

    David (verified owner)

  25. 1 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Documented as compatible with PS-2142-2L but is apparently not (or the board I received is defective)

  26. 5 out of 5

    Douglas M. (verified owner)

    Good price, great quality..second time ordering from them will not be the last.

  27. 5 out of 5

    SHAWN Y. (verified owner)

    Has lots of 6 pin ports and works flawlessly. So far it has powered anything I have needed it too. Thanks PM!

  28. 5 out of 5

    oscar hernandez (verified owner)

    Super fast shipping

  29. 1 out of 5

    Marko S (verified owner)

    No daisy chain cables included ??? Where are my daisy chain cables ?

  30. 5 out of 5

    antonio s. (verified owner)

  31. 5 out of 5

    John S. (verified owner)

    Excellent product with amazing support. Got back to me with answers to my questions and even with being slammed right now, got me my items swiftly!

  32. 4 out of 5

    Tyler Brincheski (verified owner)

    Product itself is great. Got pretty expensive between shipping and duty to get it into Canada. 1 out of 16 cables was damaged beyond use. Still worth it.

  33. 5 out of 5

    Daly Jones (verified owner)

  34. 5 out of 5

    Tim McConnell (verified owner)

  35. 5 out of 5

    GREGORY WESTGARDE (verified owner)

    Great

  36. 5 out of 5

    shobi m. (verified owner)

    Another great oroduct

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