ZSX AMP Breakout Board 16 Ports + PICO 24pin ATX + Fan Hubs W/ Live DC Current Output

4.67 out of 5 based on 33 customer ratings
(35 customer reviews)

$78.25

ZSX-AMP W/ Live Current Output  Breakout Board 16 Ports + PICO 24pin ATX + Fan Hubs 100% GPU Mining. Up to 200Amps. We’ve mined with an Antiminer S9 while at the same time mined ETH on a GPU Rig to demonstrate stability.

13 in stock (can be backordered)

Warranty: 30 Days

Product Description

GPU Mining All-In-One 16 Port Chain Sync Breakout Board for HP, DELTA, LITE-ON Server Power Supplies

Built from its predecessor, the ZSX-AMP GPU mining all-in-one breakout board retains the quality of the X11 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 X8, X6B, X7B, and X11. Further, it can operate in multiple modes.

The ZSX-AMP 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 SSD. Additionally, it features a built-in Fan HUB to power up to 10 Fans. The AMP version displays the total DC amperage as well as Voltages. Users now have the ability to know their DC watts output.  The ZSX is truly the single board for 100% GPU mining rigs.

  • Standalone combining three specific components into one: ATX 24pin power connector, X11 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:

  • Live Amp reading directly on the ZSX / Minimum 20amps for accuracy 
  • Read  Ohms Article to understand AC load & DC Load differences
  • 24Pin ATX Connectors W/ 24in Cable
  • 180watts limit on wattage draw from the 24pins ATX connectors
  • 4Pin Molex Female
  • SATA Power for your SSD
  • 4Pin or 8pin CPU Power

Breakout Board Specifications:

  • PWM can control fans RPM via motherboard when connect to the Chassis fan
  • 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 and current displays! Current x Voltage = Watts
    • Please note this is most accurate on loads over 500W
  • 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) ZSX-AMP Breakout Board
  • (1) Heavy Duty 24pin to 24pin ATX cable - Two feet long
  • (1) 4Pin or 8pin CPU Power  - 12in
  • (1) 4Pin Molex Female / SATA Power cable
  • 30-day warranty
  • ZSX to Motherboard Wiring Guide

**Server Power Supply Not included; used in picture for reference only**

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
  • 2400 Watts:
    • DPS-2400AB (Please note that the extra features do not work on the PSU's slave port side; please only attach this to the PSU's fan side)

Additional Information

Weight 0.25 lbs
Condition

new

Manufacturer

Centrix

MPN

ZSXBRK-AMP

PCIE Port

16

Max Amprage

200 amps

Max Wattage

2400W

on /off switch

Retains its state

UPC

617737058381

Got something to discuss?


Customer
lbbarrett
2 months 21 days ago

cant wait to try this!!!!

Customer
Christopher Burdette
2 months 16 days ago

hooked up to an ASUS Prime Z490-A Mobo and a GeForce 3080 with an SSD running hive. when the power button is activated, DC is on Yellow and 12v flashes. Looking doe advice

Customer
jkramer8892
2 months 13 days ago

Christopher, I’m having problems with an MSI Z490-A Pro while using the non-ATX version of the PSU breakout board and a EVGA RTX 3090. Maybe completely different issues, maybe not…

The system starts up and then immediately shuts down, then starts backup up again, shuts down again. This cycle repeats until I pull the plug. I’m measuring 12.3V with a voltmeter while the readout displays 12.2V. Maybe there’s an over-voltage issue with the Z490 chip set?

Customer
DKPMiner
2 months 13 days ago

Is there a way to get the board to auto power on after a power loss without the XRMT-V1?
–Using the onboard Pico so no external ATX PSU.

Support
2 months 13 days ago

In your motherboard Bios, there is an option to have your motherboard POWER ON when a power failure accure. I believe this is what you wish to acheive. The ZSX board will retain its state on power failure, if it was when on it will turn back on when power is restored.

Customer
mikek
2 months 10 days ago

Is there a summary of the fan hub function somewhere? Sorry if there is but I couldn’t find one.

PWM(CHA) is from the controller (mobo)- correct?

The 10 fans draw power from the breakout board not the controller circuit- correct?

Why 2 fans marked CPU? Does one, or both provide feedback to the controller?

Is it just a ‘splitter’ or is there logic- so of I connect a 3 wire controller to PMW(CHA) will it control 3 wire fans? Or must the control be 4 wires?

If 4 wire controller, will 3 wire fans modulate and not just run 100% or does it need 4 wire fans to modulate?

Support
2 months 10 days ago

Check out our tutorial, lots of good content explaining the hub. The RED port was just that RED. They are exactly like the others. We removed this in our second version. Once you connect the PWM to your motherboard it will link the fan port to your motherboard control on the RPM. We design it for a 4pin fan. I’m not sure how your 3pin fan will behave besides running at 100%.

Customer
1FAKND
2 months 6 days ago

Is there a way to hook up a external fan controller, which uses SATA for power. The fan controller is the Noctua NA-FC1, but when using the Molex connector that splits out to a SATA connector and another Molex connector it’s not getting power. I’m not using the other Molex cable only the SATA power. The tut states that unless the blue LED is not lit its not pushing power. I’m using a Rebtech Mining Card so I’m not using a typically motherboard and the ATX 24-pin connected to ZSX. I guess the main question is, is the Molex connector powered by the PSU or does the ATX 24-pin have to connected as well to push power to the SATA Molex on the ZSX? I would think that I could power a controller or a SATA drive just by using the molex splitter to the SATA and additional Molex. Any thoughts on what the issue might be? TIA

Customer
1FAKND
2 months 2 days ago

Is it possible to power a SSD via the Molex conn near the 24 ATX without a motherboard. I’m using a Rebtech card for my mainboard which which just drives the risers. Right now I’m just using a USB flash key, but would like to use my SSD instead. Thanks!

Customer
Sig
24 days 5 hours ago

I am thinking about using this for a gaming build. The 1200 and 1500 w HP PSU’s I have gotten from Parallel in the past have out preformed any ATX PSU. My question is if you can pull 180 w from the 24 pin – can I pull 110 w from the 8 pin?
Thanks

Support
24 days 1 minute ago

Hi Sig, push it and try it out, if it fails we will replace it. What CPU were you thinking of using?

Customer
Sig
21 days 17 hours ago

Joseph – I am putting a Ryzen 7 5800x in a ASrock x570. The MB has the additional 4 pin for the CPU – if additional CPU power is needed I can use a 24 pin PICO board from a rig for testing. Several Mid tower cases like the Phantecks P500A have a ton of room in the basement which should provide the clearance required. “Hint” It would be nice if you had mounting brackets to go from an ATX PSU to a server style PSU, I have rig cases that could use this as well. If this works as expected, I will have $150.00 in a server PSU that would cost $300.0. or more in an ATX. I will order one today and reply with he results.
Thanks for providing quality products and the support.
Sig,

Support
Chris
20 days 16 hours ago

Dear Sig the extra 4 pin on motherboards is to allow for extra CPU overclocking while pointing that out it still doesn’t really do anything. Your fine with the normal 8 pin that extra 4 pin is more of a gaming gimmick to gamers when its not even needed your still able to maximize CPU OC settings without it. On that note keep in mind the ZSX 24 pin is rated to a max of 180w now you are on a less intensive CPU then say a 3900x which can reach over 200w when OC. So to be safe would recommend undervolting your CPU if you are planning to mine on it and like GPUs you want to run efficient OCing a CPU is highly un-efficient.

 

35 reviews for ZSX AMP Breakout Board 16 Ports +...

  1. 5 out of 5

    Marvin (verified owner)

    This is a great alternative to an ATX PSU with a standalone Pico. Its basically plugnplay. Also, comes with a MOLEX to SATA cable plugged into the correct port for power. The other MOLEX port, to my understanding, is for remote connection. I’ve had this running for a week so far without any issues.

  2. 2 out of 5

    Craig Richard (verified owner)

    I LOVE the ZSX breakout boards and was waiting a long time for this one to come out, specifically because of the amp usage meter. Unfortunately the amp meter is unreliable as it doesn’t provide valid results. I plugged in 2 GPU’s, totaling about 300W at 120V, and the card was telling me I had 17/18 amps flowing through it. Until they fix the issue I’ll get the regular ZSX boards because having an unreliable amp meter is more dangerous than not having one at all.

    • Joseph g (store manager)

      Hi Craig the amperage on the ZSX-AMP is DC, not AC. It will not reflect any loss you may have because of PSU efficiency, cables, & any other resistance. Here 18amp at 12.3volt would be 221watts DC. Depending on effeciency that can be up to 260watt at the wall. For better accuracy, we suggest a minimum of 20amps draw. At 500watt and above we’ve seen accuracy + or – 5%.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Aaron (verified owner)

    does everything it should! A+

  4. 5 out of 5

    Andrew (verified owner)

    Absolutely fantastic! I biggest problem I had with my mining rig is finding enough connectors for the risers and cards. This breakout board solves that and completely replaces the existing ATX psu I had.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

    would like a print out added to order for plug lay out info.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Joseph G. (verified owner)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Lovely

  8. 4 out of 5

    Greg Anderson (verified owner)

    So far so good

  9. 5 out of 5

    Colm (verified owner)

  10. 3 out of 5

    Melanie A. (verified owner)

    Unable to test due to the Mixup on the PSU.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Michael J. (verified owner)

    Exactly what I ordered and it worked perfectly with my server power supply! Integrated it with my mining rigs, organized cabling for a sleek look! Thanks to whoever created this! Also thanks to Parallel Miner!!! 5-stars all the way!!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

  13. 4 out of 5

    mikek

    Great alternative to pico atx. Stable, well built, nice.

    Only complaint is the amp meter apparently only reads the 6pin connectors on the board and ignores the atx draw. So you have to measure your atx and add it on your head to the displayed value.

  14. 4 out of 5

    mikek

    Great alternative to pico atx. Stable, well built, nice.

    Only complaint is the amp meter apparently only reads the 6pin connectors on the board and ignores the atx draw. So you have to measure your atx and add it on your head to the displayed value.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

  16. 5 out of 5

    Bill (verified owner)

    This is a convenient way to hook everything up to a single power supply and save some watts in the process. It was a worthwhile upgrade to the more basic break out boards.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Works great, just start your PCIe power cables from 6 pin port 1 then work your way up to port 16. Found out if testing 1 GPU and you power from port 15 & 16, the motherboard would not power on.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Anrijs Klepca (verified owner)

    LOVELY

  19. 5 out of 5

    Chris (verified owner)

    Great products very happy

  20. 4 out of 5

    Marc Pugh (verified owner)

    Working great so far. Not a fan of the alignment of the board and the PSU – I’d recommend doing something to get the breakout board to sit flush with the bottom of the PSU. I’m using shims now so there’s not an awkward bend.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Michael (verified owner)

    The item was very good and delivery was very fast. Great product!!!?

  22. 5 out of 5

    quan nguyen (verified owner)

  23. 5 out of 5

    Daly Jones (verified owner)

    Perfection

  24. 5 out of 5

    Danial Hadley (verified owner)

    awsum thks

  25. 5 out of 5

    dmitry (verified owner)

  26. 4 out of 5

    Stian T. (verified owner)

    The boards are perfect for mining setups, but its sad that the fan signal cable that comes with the boards will not fit on the board. Had to modify the board to make it fit.

  27. 5 out of 5

    numz (verified owner)

    fantastic

  28. 4 out of 5

    Martin d. (verified owner)

    I would give 5 Stars but due to the little thing that QC missed 1 plastic washer spacer was out of the screw so the board is a bit bend. I put it in place my self. Otherwise board is what I need.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kelly (verified owner)

  30. 5 out of 5

    Greg Hesslewood (verified owner)

  31. 5 out of 5

    GREGORY WESTGARDE (verified owner)

    Great

  32. 5 out of 5

    Juan Pizarro (verified owner)

    Is it exactly what I needed to upgrade the power supplies and wiring for my three rigs.

  33. 5 out of 5

    Don Jones (verified owner)

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