ZSX AMP Breakout Board with PCIE Power Cables for GPU / ASIC 16 Ports + PICO 24pin ATX + Fan Hubs W/ Live DC Current Output

4.82 out of 5 based on 17 customer ratings
(19 customer reviews)

$91.00$127.00

Built-in (16) PCI-E connectors + PICO 24pin ATX + Fan Hubs with live current and voltage readings. 120Amps rated. Breakout Board Designed for GPU or ASIC mining.

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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 ZSX Amp 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 ZSX AMP retains the quality of the ZSX while adding several new features not seen in the industry. It is backward compatible as a replacement for the ZSX, X8, X6B, X7B, and X11.

The AMP version displays the total DC amperage as well as Voltages. Users now have the ability to know their DC watts output.  The X11 Amp is the breakout board for built for ASIC or GPU Mining.

Easily calculate your wattage use with a simple formula.
Current x Voltage = Watts     e.g. 70 Current multiplied by 12v equals 900 watts.

  • 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.

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) ZSX Amp Breakout Board
  • (1) 24-pin ATX/CPU power cable
  • (1) Molex to SATA/Molex splitter
  • (4, 6, 8, 10, 12, or 16) PCIe cables of your choice in either 6-pin or 6+2pin PCIe
  • 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:
    • 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

Additional Information

Weight 2.5 lbs
Condition

new

Manufacturer

Centrix

Breakout Board

ZSXBRK Amp

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

6 Pin or 8 Pin (6+2) option

UPC

617737059272

Got something to discuss?


Customer
shinmike
2 months 27 days ago

Hello, I recently purchased a PSU Delta kit but I made the mistake of not getting a breakout board to power up the motherboard.

Will this kit help to power up the motherboard, CPU, SATA SSD, and case fans? Or do I need to get additional cables for that purpose?

Support
2 months 26 days ago

This will be enough to power your motherboard and several GPUs. However, you need to understand its limitation. So I strongly suggest you see the following link prior to your install. https://www.parallelminer.com/videos/rabid-mining-crypto-tech-h110-pro-btc-kit/ & https://www.parallelminer.com/uncategorized/wiring-guide-for-all-in-one-zsx-board-and-motherboards/

Customer
ktorepair
2 months 26 days ago

What is the difference between the zsx and zsx amp?

Support
2 months 24 days ago

The amp version of any of our boards will have a second display for the Total DC output Amperage without calculating resistance. This article might be helpful https://www.parallelminer.com/uncategorized/what-is-ohms-and-why-it-matters/

Customer
varendramara
2 months 24 days ago

Hello, my motherboard has two 8 pins and power connectors for the two CPUs but this board only has 1. Any idea how i can make this work?

Support
2 months 23 days ago

You would have to get a splitter, The ZSX board was not designed to powering more than one CPU. You might exceed its power limits. Please see these two links to help understand its limitation. https://www.parallelminer.com/videos/rabid-mining-crypto-tech-h110-pro-btc-kit/ & https://www.parallelminer.com/uncategorized/wiring-guide-for-all-in-one-zsx-board-and-motherboards/

Customer
im.joybarai
2 months 19 days ago
Support
2 months 19 days ago

Yes 100% compatible

Customer
mineallmine
2 months 10 days ago

Hi guys,

any idea how to run this board on a Asrock H510 Pro BTC+,

motherboard arriving next week and i want to make sure i get everything i need in a single order as i live in the uk.

from what i understand they label the 8 pin cpu on there manual as “ATX 12V Power Connector (ATX12V1)”

annd from what i understood pcie slots 1/2 have no molex connector and depends on the 24pin motherboard and or the 8 pin cpu power.

pci 3/4/5/6 each have individual molex connectors.

im willing to be a gubiea pig to test configurations i have a hp1500w arriving next week also.

please advise.

Customer
mineallmine
2 months 5 days ago

hi guys,

just a quick update

i believe pci slots 1/2 on asrock h510 probtc are powered via the 24pin atx ,

so i believe the pico would need at least 150w + cpu + ram + chipset + storage draw,

if you guys revise the board please up the pico watts to 350-400 watts as this is the only mining motherboard you can buy new from retailers.

Customer
Avize
1 month 21 days ago

What are the dimensions of this breakout board?

Support
1 month 20 days ago

In Inch 4.5 X 6 including the main connector as it sits inside these dimensions

Customer
Avize
1 month 11 days ago

I have purchased this breakout board along with the x11 breakout board. A few questions I have for both:

1. How much power does each 6 pin pcie slot give/handle on the boards?

2. How much power can each 6 pin to 6+2 pin power cable give/handle?

3. If my GPU’s have a TDP of 200w~ and require two 8 pins for power, would using a 6 pin to dual 8 pin pcie splitter be okay for both 8 pin power slots? Or should I just use two separate 6 pin to 6+2 pin cables for the two 8 pins needed to power the GPU’s?

Support
1 month 11 days ago

The power limit of any electric cable is base 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.

Customer
Avize
1 month 11 days ago

On the safe side, that would be 288 watts per cable. To play it safe, since my GPU’s require two 8 pin power connectors and have a TDP of 200w, is it safe to use one of your 6 pin to dual 8 pin splitters to power the riser + one of the 8 pin power slots and then use a separate 6+2 pin cable to power the remaining 8 pin power slot on my GPU? Or would splitting it up like that be an issue.

Customer
Avize
1 month 10 days ago

^

Customer
Henry Nouel
1 month 3 days ago

Can I use the 4 pin Molex to power a PCIe riser

Support
1 month 3 days ago

No, you cannot. 4pin Molex on the ZSX has limited power. If your riser is PCI-E just use a splitter like these from the breakout board itself to power one or two or even three Riser. https://www.parallelminer.com/product/18awg-pci-e-6pin-to-dual-8-pin-y-splitter-extension-cable-2x-62pin-cable-6in-each-side/ or https://www.parallelminer.com/product/18awg-pci-e-6pin-to-triple-8-pin-3-way-splitter-extension-cable-3x-62pin-cable/

Customer
bucah
30 days 15 hours ago

What is the maximum Amp for the fan slot? Ist that safe if I plug 1.6A delta fan on it?

Support
30 days 15 hours ago

Yes it is

Customer
bucah
30 days 7 hours ago

What is the max current allowed?

Customer
drasmussen
4 days 16 hours ago

Basically, I’m trying to figure out how many 6 pin connections on the breakout board will need to dedicate to high end cards like the 3080 0r 3090 with TDP over 320 watts/ card total.

If I’m using a 6+2 pin PCIE cables, how many watts can be safely drawn from the 6 pin connection on the breakout board? 75w or 150w?

Thanks for your guidance on this.

 

19 reviews for ZSX AMP Breakout Board with PCIE Power...

  1. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Great experience. Parallel Miner shipped a couple days sooner than their stated processing time which was a big plus. I’ll probably be buying from them more in the near future.

    The ZSX AMP Breakout Board:

    I haven’t had a chance to test this out yet as I’m still waiting on more power supplies to arrive. I can at least say that it was packaged well and shows no signs of physical damage.

  2. 5 out of 5

    David N. (verified owner)

    What a awesome team and product! Keep it up guys

  3. 5 out of 5

    Conrad Battiss (verified owner)

  4. 5 out of 5

    mohammed faraj (verified owner)

    Super game changer

  5. 4 out of 5

    Romeo (verified owner)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Barton B. (verified owner)

    great value!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Matthew M. (verified owner)

    High quality breakout board with all the bells and whistles! Can’t go wrong with this all in one breakout board.

  8. 3 out of 5

    Samuel G. (verified owner)

    Only shipped half of my power cables, so now my project is delayed another 2 weeks.

    • Joseph g (store manager)

      Hi Samuel
      Please reach out to us on our contact page. If we miss-shipped we will overnight the missing item for you

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tama Sweetman

    * Update* Tested the breakout board and it didn’t work. Had no reason to doubt Parallel Miner some got a new Server PSU & as suspected, it was an issue with the Server PSU, not the new breakout boards. Great product and have ordered more. Very happy with it!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Julian (verified owner)

    Great product!

  11. 5 out of 5

    fritz gerald (verified owner)

  12. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

  13. 5 out of 5

    Bradley Luers (verified owner)

  14. 5 out of 5

    Bal Gill (verified owner)

    Excellent service and Product!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Truly a game changer

  16. 5 out of 5

    jacob bell (verified owner)

    I want to promote your website @thatcryptominer

  17. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Provides a clean power management setup for my RIG.

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