X15 REV B ZSX Breakout Board for GPU / ASIC Mining 16 Ports, PICO 24pin ATX, Fan Hubs for Dell EPP Power Supplies

4.36 out of 5 based on 14 customer ratings
(16 customer reviews)

$69.00

Built-in (16) PCI-E connectors + PICO 24pin ATX + Fan Hubs with voltage display. 120Amps rated. Dell Server PSU Breakout Board Designed for GPU or ASIC mining.

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Product Description

X15 Rev: B ZSX 16 Port Chain Sync Breakout Board for Dell EPP Server Power Supplies

This X15B Dell server power supply adapter is built with our patented ZSX breakout board for ASIC or GPU mining.

The ZSX is the first of its kind to include a full ATX PICO 24pin connector to directly power your Motherboard, CPU Power, and an HDD or SDD. Additionally, it features built-in Fan HUB to power up to 10 Fans. The ZSX is truly the single board for 100% GPU mining rigs.

  • Standalone combining three specific components into one: ATX 24pin power connector, X15 Breakout Board, and Fan Hubs
  • Optional XRMT-V1 remote management add-on module is available. While these boards are interconnected, use the remote power management module to remotely manage ON-OFF / Schedule Restart.
  • Optional 4-pin PWM cable to allow your motherboard to regulate fan speeds accordingly to current temperatures detected, instead of the connected fans running constantly at 100% speed.

ATX MODULE ADAPTER CONNECTOR:

  • 24Pin ATX Connectors W/ 24in Cable
  • 180watts limit on wattage draw from the 24pins ATX connectors
  • 4Pin Molex Female
  • SATA Power
  • 4Pin or 8pin CPU Power

BREAKOUT BOARD SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Support up to 120Amp / 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.

Package Contents:

  • (1) X15B ZSX Breakout Board
  • (1) 24-pin ATX/CPU power cable
  • (1) Molex to SATA/Molex splitter
  • 30-day warranty

Confirmed Power Supply Compatibility List

  • 750 Watts:
    • D750E-S1, DPS-750AB-2 A, 05NF18
    • D750E-S6, DPS-750AB-15B, 05RHVV
    • D750E-S7, DPS-750AB-17 A, 0KNHJV
  • 1100 Watts:
    • L1100E-S0, PS-2112-4D2-LF, 038GYJ
    • L1100E-S1, PS-2112-8D2, 09TMRF
  • 1600 Watts:
    • D1600E-S0, DPS-1500EB A, 095HR5
  • 2000 Watts:
    • D2000E-S0, DPS-2000EB A, 0J5WMG, 0MVP7C, Z2000E-S1, 700-0139796-0200, 700-013796-0000, 0W1R7V, 039K3H, D2000E-S2 XYK93
  • 2400 Watts:
    • D2400E-S0, DPS-2400BB A, 0CXC2T

Additional Information

Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 3 in
Condition

new

Manufacturer

Centrix

Breakout Board

X15-ZSXBRK

Cables

24-Pin ATX to 24-Pin ATX & 4/8pin CPU Power Cable, Molex to SATA/Molex Splitter

UPC

617737061312

GTIN

617737061312

Model

X15-ZSXBRK

Got something to discuss?


Customer
liyi0522
9 months 29 days ago

How long is the 24 pin cable? What’s the max wattage can be pulled from 24 pin?

Customer
kill_seth
7 months 14 days ago

Where can we find how many watts can be pulled through a single 6-pin connection?

Support
7 months 13 days ago

the power limit of any electric cable is based on its size. Here we have 16AWG stranded copper and they are three pairs per PCI-E cable. The extra 2pin are ground. Found the amp rating of 16AWG wires “Chassis rating” multiply the amp rating x 12volt = Watt then multiply by 3 pair. (Amp_Rating X 12) X 3 = Maximum watt per PCIe cable. To be on the safe side of things I would use only 80% of the result so X 0.80. 

Also, take a look at this special cable  https://www.parallelminer.com/product/18awg-pci-e-6pin-to-triple-8-pin-3-way-splitter-extension-cable-3x-62pin-cable/

Customer
charles1
6 months 12 days ago

Has anyone used this with a Asrock Q270 Pro BTC+ motherboard? The board needs 1 x SATA power connector and 2 x 5-pin molex connectors to power all the GPU PCI-e slots.

I wanted to know if I can just split 5-pin molex connector to power the motherboard for the GPUs with the cable that comes with the molex/sata cables on it.

 

16 reviews for X15 REV B ZSX Breakout Board for...

  1. 5 out of 5

    Vincent Y. (verified owner)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jake (verified owner)

    Another solid product from Parallel Miner. Would love to see a board with 18-20 PCIe ports to use with the 2000w PSUs.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Charles Bryant (verified owner)

    Works great! About to order two more as I’m expanding!

  4. 5 out of 5

    MOHAMMAD A. (verified owner)

    All you need to get the job done without ATX PSU

  5. 5 out of 5

    Francisco H (verified owner)

    Good product thanks

  6. 2 out of 5

    Yvon (verified owner)

    I need it

  7. 3 out of 5

    Anthony Elmer (verified owner)

    I had one die after 3 months of use, was disappointed. This board works great past. Just a really good board when it doesn’t fail.

  8. 1 out of 5

    Reginald Hines (verified owner)

    his is not what shipped , i received the wrong breakout board again. The first order was my mistake but this second order was wrong on your company behalf. Please , I would like to speak with a person so i can ensure I get the correct eqipment

    • Joseph g (store manager)

      Hi Reginald
      Please reach out to me on our contact page. Our shipping staff is very efficient. Perhaps you ordered something that is not what you think it is. Give me as much info as possible. I will get back to you within a few hours. If we screw up we will make it right. Thank you

  9. 5 out of 5

    steve matte (verified owner)

    Great but I ordered the wrong part somehow

  10. 5 out of 5

    S7-259810 BILAL AHMAD (verified owner)

    Excellent product / fast shipping

  11. 5 out of 5

    Dan S. (verified owner)

    parallel’s breakout boards are second to none, especially the zsx series which gives your 1 psu as 2 with the atx pico port

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Hanson (verified owner)

    Best product at the best price.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Driaq

    I really love the board, but I have 2 idiot questions.
    1, Can you confirm if the fan headers are normal headers so they have 1A rating? Or more? (Planning to split my fan cables ofc accordingly which fans I will use and which rating the header has)
    2, Do we have any other chance to power up FANs then the fan headers? (I mean from a smaller board without FAN headers? Is it possible to use a molex to 3pin fan or 6pin pci-e to 3pin fan cable? I understand if the 4th cable wouldnt work obviously cos that would be the PWM cable that wouldnt connect to the header to give information from the board to the fan. But is it possible to power them up and let them run on max without control? Or I really need fan headers on the board to be able to power them up?

    Thank you for your answer!

    Kind regards,
    Olivér Nedvig

    • Joseph g (store manager)

      Hi Question 1 = Yes | Question 2 = “6pin pci-e to 3pin fan cable” > that would work. Do not power anything for the 4pin Molex except an SSD

  14. 5 out of 5

    Driaq

    I just found this 10fan hubs with SATA power.
    So I understand from the second part of your answer; you DO NOT offer to power up the 10fan hub with a MOLEX to SATA cable?
    In this build the ssd is an m2 ssd on a mini motherboard that runs from 6pin pci-e and powers up only the processor with a minifan, the sodimm memory and the ssd.

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