ZSX Breakout Board 16 Ports + PICO 24pin ATX + Fan Hubs 100% GPU Mining All in One – A Game Changer

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$65.00

A Game Changer – Breakout Board 16 Ports + PICO 24pin ATX + Fan Hubs 100% GPU Mining. Up to 200Amps.

141 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 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 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, 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.

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 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 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) ZSX 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

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

Additional Information

Weight 0.25 lbs
Condition

new

Manufacturer

Centrix

MPN

ZSXBRK

PCIE Port

16

Max Amprage

200 amps

Max Wattage

2400W

on /off switch

Retains its state

UPC

617737057353

Got something to discuss?


Customer
BogdanCo
27 days 11 hours ago

Hello,

Does it works with the Delta 2400W PSU?

Support
27 days 6 hours ago

Yes, see the updated picture with an X11 and ZSX board combine

Customer
breezyronster
18 days 10 hours ago

Is it possible to control the fan speed on this module? Or is it locked to 100%?

Support
18 days 10 hours ago

It’s 100%. You would need some temp sensing circuit in between. I have seen some online

Customer
breezyronster
18 days 9 hours ago

Could I combine the 8 Way 4 Pin CPU Fan Controller Hub with molex power from this module and plug in the fan connector to the mobo to control speed?

Support
17 days 19 hours ago

You want to avoid drawing too much power from the ATX on-board module as much as possible. Keeping power for the motherboard and CPU. That said you can use one of the PCI-e connectors to power your HUB directly; using a cable such as this one. PCI-e to 4pin Molex. https://www.parallelminer.com/product/pcie-6pin-to-molex-4pin-female-24inch-16awg-12volt-only/ You Fan hub is running on 12volt so that will be just fine.

Support
8 days 8 hours ago

There is a change here… It is possible with a special cable that we will introduce next week.

Customer
Legion Keign
8 days 8 hours ago

Hello,

I’d like to ask two questions if I may…

1st. does the ZSX board work with Asus B250 Mining Expert mobos?

2nd. of the three LEDs; DC, +12v & PC, is the PC (blue LED) supposed to be on or off when the board is powered on?

Thanks and have a Great day!

Support
8 days 8 hours ago

Yes, it will work with the B250 board. The blue LED will be on when the Motherboard is powered on/turned on

Customer
Legion Keign
8 days 4 hours ago

Thank you.

Customer
S1acker
8 days 3 hours ago

Will this be more reliable than the original pico adaptor? Seeing how some people have said their pico burned out in two days or wouldn’t power up the mobo because of voltage issues? If this is as reliable as a standard psu this is indeed, a game changer.

Support
7 days 22 hours ago

Pico boards are sensitive because they are open circuits and most people don’t understand their limits. When a 178watt max PICO board is connected to Mboard GPU’s Molex 4pin connectors… two and sometimes three of them, they don’t fare too well. The ZSX board uses a different approach. Although the ATX connectors are maxed at 200watt. We use a real full-size ATX cable of high quality and the circuit are protected on the breakout board. This feels more like a real ATX Setup. We are working to increase the limits up to 300watts on a REV2 coming out in Feb. All PCI-e connectors combine can push 2400watts. The limits mentioned above are for the ATX side only.

Customer
Craig Richard
6 days 8 hours ago

What is this and how does it work? 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.

Support
6 days 8 hours ago

The chain sync feature is where you use an interconnect sync cable to connect multiple PSUs together. Each connected PSU will turn on/off in sync with a single power button press. Any power button in the connected chain will work.

Customer
Craig Richard
6 days 8 hours ago

Thank you – where is the link to purchase the cable? I can’t find it in the site.

Support
6 days 4 hours ago
Customer
Craig Richard
6 days 8 hours ago

One other question, my mobo requires 2 auxiliary molex power connections, can the molex connectors I see on the board both be used? Should I use one of them with a molex extension or should I get a 6 pin connector with 2 molex ends?

Customer
Legion Keign
4 days 12 hours ago

Hello,

Can this breakout board be used with an Asus B250 Mining expert mobo and a INNOSILICON A10 ETHMASTER POWER SUPPLY 1100 WATT 110-240V ASIC MINER PSU 80+ GOLD 92% EFFICIENCY?

Thanks and have a GREAT Day!

Customer
Mason Ticehurst
4 days 3 hours ago

What is the maximum current you can draw from the fan hub? I have a few 6000rpm antminer fans that I would like to use. They draw ~3A each. Will that be okay?

Support
4 days 2 hours ago

Hi Mason, put as many as you possibly can and report back. If you have any failure on the ZSX; we will replace it. Please report your result. Thx

Customer
Mason Ticehurst
2 days 4 hours ago

Hey Joseph, I love these boards! They have fantastic build quality and run very smoothly. I was able to hook up 5 Delta QFR1212UHE 7500RPM fans rated for 5A each and didn’t burn anything out. I have several others lying around so I will also try to max them out and let you know, Thanks.

Support
2 days 3 hours ago

Thanks for the update and keep us posted.

Customer
Mason Ticehurst
11 hours 56 minutes ago

Looks like 6 might be the limit. Ran smoothly mining with 7 cards for about an hour (software showed ~1000W drawing from cards combined). Heard a strange hissing noise and 2 small chips on the board look like they’ve burned out. Should I make an RMA request?
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Thanks!

Support
4 hours 1 minute ago

Hi Mason, thanks for pushing it. We will send you a replacement vis Fedex two days tomorrow. No need for RMA I got it

Customer
Christopher Swanson
3 days 23 hours ago

I was expecting to be able to push the power button on the motherboard and it would start the power supply. How can I get the power supply to power on like a normal power supply. I have to push the on/off button on ZSX to start it and then press the power button on the motherboard to have it start.

Support
3 days 21 hours ago

Hi Chris
Once you power the ZSX it will remain powered; It will retain its state. Your motherboard On/Off jumper will always need to be press to start the motherboard. Even with an ATX power supply. I think what your looking for is this… In the bios setting of your motherboard, you have an option for power failure. The option verbiage is something like this. If there is a power failure would you want the Motherboard to start back on when the power return or not? The choice should be set to ON. So then if you power off the ZSX and turn it back on the motherboard will think that is a power failure and will turn back on as well. With this setting, you can use our remote management module to remotely initiate a full power cycle often required with GPU mining. Sometimes the GPU’s capacitors need to be purged, a restart alone will not do that.

Customer
nhcarter123
3 days 4 hours ago

My motherboard requires two extra Molex power connectors (Asrock H110). Can the two Molex connectors on this board power them? Or is that other Molex intended for a different purpose? I am using powered risers. Thanks 🙂

Customer
nhcarter123
3 days 4 hours ago

Or can I just use a Molex Y splitter on the provided Molex?

Support
3 days 3 hours ago

Yes, you can use a molex splitter.

Support
3 days 1 hour ago

The Molex pin on the ZSX should be used for an SSD or low power device. Your solution for the AsRock H110 is this cable that connected directly to PCIe https://www.parallelminer.com/product/pcie-6pin-to-molex-4pin-female-24inch-16awg-12volt-only/ Combine with this one https://www.parallelminer.com/product/4pins-molex-y-splitter-cable-adapter-6-inch-long-highest-quality-cables/

 

2 reviews for ZSX Breakout Board 16 Ports + PICO...

  1. 5 out of 5

    Harry J HIGHTOWER (verified owner)

    great

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mason Ticehurst (verified owner)

    The perfect solution to single server power supply mining rigs! No need for a secondary power supply to run the motherboard, this does it all.

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