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I am happy to FINALLY introduce as promised some standalone adapter packages for powering GPU rigs strictly by server PSU’s.  These can be used both with my current server PSU packages found here:

IBM 2880W/2980W PSU’s to power 2-3 full rigs
DPS-4kW dual DPS-2000BB PSU’s to power up to 4 full rigs

Or with any other server PSU with PCIe cables.  Because every GPU rig and every PSU setup is different, packages can be customized on request, these are just some convenient packages that can be combined with my or other server PSU’s.

6-GPU Rig package for RX or similar GPU’s



1x 160W Pico PSU 24pin ATX adapter
6x 6-pin PCIe powered USB risers
1x 30” PCIe to EPS adapter assembly with barrel jack pig-tailed for powering Pico PSU
6x 6+2pin PCIe splitters
4x 24” PCIe cables
2x 36" PCIe cables

7-GPU Rig package for RX or similar GPU’s

1x 160W Pico PSU 24pin ATX adapter
7x 6-pin PCIe powered USB risers
1x 30” PCIe to EPS adapter assembly with barrel jack pig-tailed for powering Pico PSU
7x 6+2pin PCIe splitters
5x 24” PCIe cables
2x 36" PCIe cables

6-GPU Rig package for R9 390 or similar dual-plug GPU’s

1x 160W Pico PSU 24pin ATX adapter
6x 6-pin PCIe powered USB risers
1x 30” PCIe to EPS adapter assembly with barrel jack pig-tailed for powering Pico PSU
9x 6+2pin PCIe splitters
5x 24” PCIe cables
4x 36" PCIe cables

Add bare IBM 2880W PSU (Board, PSU, C19 cable) for $150   -- Can power 2-3 rigs
Add bare DPS-2980W Platinum PSU (Board, PSU, C19 cable) for $180    -- Can power 2-3 rigs
Add bare DPS-4Kw PSU (Board, 2x DPS-2000BB, 2x C19 cable, 2x fans, mounting hardware) for $215   -- Can power 3-4 rigs Trying to source PSU's for these now.

All prices are in USD.

These packages are just examples of how to setup rigs using server PSU’s, and have 10% discounted for package deals (any purchases $90+ will qualify for 10% package discount).  Each setup will be different, so feel free to PM me about your needs. When comparing prices vs ATX PSU’s, please also keep in mind that these packages include the risers as well the other components.

Please contact me for volume purchasing. I work closely with many data centres, and can help procure or consult on build layouts including PSU's.

Pictures to come very shortly!!!

Individual pricing

160W Pico PSU 24pin ATX adapter  -  $25 each


6-pin PCIe powered risers   - $9 each

 
SATA/molex powered USB risers (ver 6) - $8 each

30” PCIe to EPS adapter assembly with barrel jack pig-tailed for powering Pico PSU (shown WITH Pico PSU connected, not included) - $6


6+2pin PCIe splitters   $3.00


24” PCIe cables  $2.50

32” PCIe cables  $3.50 - No longer available

36" high quality 16awg PCIe cables made in USA $4.50

In creating these packages, I decided to go with the PCIe to EPS adapter cable assembly instead of relying on supplying all motherboard power directly from Pico.  This was done for a couple reasons.  Instead of having to rely on the rated power of Pico PSU’s to provide 12V to rigs as well as 3.3V and 5V (or otherwise having to custom order special Pico’s built for higher power ratings to ensure reliability), and given that they already require 1 PCIe connector from a breakout board to power the Pico without relying on AC bricks, I figured why not take advantage of the reliable 12V power from the server PSU instead of depdending on the build quality/rating of Pico.  That being said, these Pico’s appear to be at least as well constructed as any of the standard off-the-shelf Pico’s I’ve seen on the market.  If you do decide to use the 4-pin ATX connector that is wired into the Pico, I do not foresee any problems whatsoever, especially with the low-power GPU rigs tend to be built with.  BUT, since the additional cable was not too expensive anyways, doesn’t require any more PCIe connectors, and guarantees reliable 12V directly to motherboard and thus only relies on Pico to drive 3.3 and 5V circuits as well as SSD and molex connector for example for ASrock motherboards aux power, I feel it’s better to over-build than not.

Also note, these packages were designed with larger server PSU’s in mind such as the IBM 2880W and DPS-4Kw that I offer.  That is why the cables tend to be on the long side.  This allows you to power 4x rigs by a single DPS-4kW PSU or 2-3 rigs from an IBM 2880/2980W PSU if you choose to go that route.  I will be working on some packages with shorter cables designed for individual PSU’s in the near future, but one step at a time Smiley

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Each package of PSU, breakout board & 10x PCI cables is approximately 16 lbs.

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I am happy to FINALLY introduce as promised some standalone adapter packages for powering GPU rigs strictly by server PSU’s.  These can be used both with my current server PSU packages found here:

IBM 2880W/2980W PSU’s to power up to 4 full rigs
DPS-4kW dual DPS-2000BB PSU’s to power 2-3 full rigs

Or with any other server PSU with PCIe cables.  Because every GPU rig and every PSU setup is different, packages can be customized on request, these are just some convenient packages that can be combined with my or other server PSU’s.

6-GPU Rig package for RX or similar GPU’s - $90

1x 160W Pico PSU 24pin ATX adapter
1x 30” PCIe to EPS adapter assembly with barrel jack pig-tailed for powering Pico PSU
3x 6-pin PCIe splitter cables
3x 6+2pin PCIe splitters
6x 6-pin PCIe powered risers
4x 24” PCIe cables
2x 32” PCIe cables for furthest risers/GPU’s



So this one PSU could run how many rigs?  1 or 2-4 ?  Very interested
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April 11, 2017, 03:59:58 AM
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I am happy to FINALLY introduce as promised some standalone adapter packages for powering GPU rigs strictly by server PSU’s.  These can be used both with my current server PSU packages found here:

IBM 2880W/2980W PSU’s to power up to 4 full rigs
DPS-4kW dual DPS-2000BB PSU’s to power 2-3 full rigs

Or with any other server PSU with PCIe cables.  Because every GPU rig and every PSU setup is different, packages can be customized on request, these are just some convenient packages that can be combined with my or other server PSU’s.

6-GPU Rig package for RX or similar GPU’s - $90

1x 160W Pico PSU 24pin ATX adapter
1x 30” PCIe to EPS adapter assembly with barrel jack pig-tailed for powering Pico PSU
3x 6-pin PCIe splitter cables
3x 6+2pin PCIe splitters
6x 6-pin PCIe powered risers
4x 24” PCIe cables
2x 32” PCIe cables for furthest risers/GPU’s



So this one PSU could run how many rigs?  1 or 2-4 ?  Very interested

The package you quoted does not include a PSU, it only includes risers, cables, adapters and Pico PSU (24-pin ATX adapter) to run rig.  You would need a PSU on top of that, you can find PSU's linked in my signature and at the top of the post.  The IBM 2880/2980W PSU's can power 2-3 rigs, and the DPS-4KW packages can run up to 4 rigs.

IBM 2880W PSU Packages: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=966135 IBM 4K PSU Breakout Boards & Packages: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1308296 
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IBM 2880W/2980W PSU’s to power up to 4 full rigs
DPS-4kW dual DPS-2000BB PSU’s to power 2-3 full rigs

i think here is mistake. 2880 can handle up to 2-3 rigs and 4KW can handle full 4 rigs. edit post in beginning to dont make some troubles for buyers. want to buy some of this so this will be my fixing in this topic Smiley
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Hey Finksy, can i have pictures of the risers, the current pictures are invalid.
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IBM 2880W/2980W PSU’s to power up to 4 full rigs
DPS-4kW dual DPS-2000BB PSU’s to power 2-3 full rigs

i think here is mistake. 2880 can handle up to 2-3 rigs and 4KW can handle full 4 rigs. edit post in beginning to dont make some troubles for buyers. want to buy some of this so this will be my fixing in this topic Smiley

Whoops! Typo, my bad.  Thanks for pointing that out.

Pictures of risers/Pico updated.  Rest of pictures will be up shortly

IBM 2880W PSU Packages: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=966135 IBM 4K PSU Breakout Boards & Packages: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1308296 
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This is a very nice addition to the products you already offer. Any plan to also go into the PDU direction? This would make your shop a one stop for all power needs. I may also be interested about the DPS-2500BB PSU any opinion on these? I like that trey are more efficient and also provide slightly more power.

Btw the project we discuss about is now only a few week ahead.
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@Finsky - Sent a PM please take a look at  Smiley
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I need a few Pico PSU. My motherboard require an 8 Pinn connectors. Not sure if it comes with the 8 Pins by default.

The H81 Pro BTC is 8 PIN and i didn't receive my Biostar TB85 but it looks like an 4 Pins.

EDIT: Do we absolutely need an external power supply for the Pico ? I'm sure I understand the PCIe to EPS adapter assembly with barrel jack pig-tailed for powering Pico PSU correctly

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Prices are in USD ?
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Prices are in USD ?

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@Finksy – Sent you a PM, please take a look at it when you get a chance.

I’ve posted my question publicly, since I have a feeling it might be a common one.  For the graphics cards that require an 8-pin PCIe connector (most of the non-reference cards or for example the popular Sapphire Nitro+ RX 480), what is the safest and cost effective methodology to attach these to your PSU breakout boards?  Is it safe to only populate 6 of the 8 pins on the graphics card itself or is that a potential fire hazard?  I know they sell an adapter, some cards even come with it, that combines 2 x 6-pin PCIe female connectors to a single 8-pin male connector, but that solution seems overkill to me.

Edit: I may have answered my own question.  In the kits, can you post a picture or describe the 6+2pin PCIe splitters?  Does this take a single 6-pin PCIe female connector in and split to two 6+2 pin PCIe male connectors?  If that’s the case, is it safe to power two RX-480 graphics cards from a single 6-pin PCIe connector.  Not sure what the power consumption is through the 8-pin PCIe port because I know that some of the power comes from the riser itself.
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This is a very nice addition to the products you already offer. Any plan to also go into the PDU direction? This would make your shop a one stop for all power needs. I may also be interested about the DPS-2500BB PSU any opinion on these? I like that trey are more efficient and also provide slightly more power.

Btw the project we discuss about is now only a few week ahead.


Myffas,

I have not used the DPS-2500BB PSU's, but the 4K boards are more than capable of handling the extra wattage.  The higher efficiency is also a good selling point.

I do have PDU's, if you look in either my IBM 2880W or DPS-4kW PSU threads you will see that I carry both 30A (24 continuous) and 50A (40A continuous) PDU's.  I also have some packages including PDU's for multiple PSU setups.  PM me when you're ready to talk about that project, I'll give you my number and on peut parler. Smiley

@Finsky - Sent a PM please take a look at  Smiley

Replying to everyone as quickly as I can, thank you for your patience!

I need a few Pico PSU. My motherboard require an 8 Pinn connectors. Not sure if it comes with the 8 Pins by default.

The H81 Pro BTC is 8 PIN and i didn't receive my Biostar TB85 but it looks like an 4 Pins.

EDIT: Do we absolutely need an external power supply for the Pico ? I'm sure I understand the PCIe to EPS adapter assembly with barrel jack pig-tailed for powering Pico PSU correctly

Thanks


Herb,

I've now posted pictures to better understand the setup.  The Pico PSU's come with a 4-pin ATX connector on them, but I'm of the opinion that there's no point in drawing extra 12V wattage through the Pico PSU when we have a more reliable source as it is -6-pin PCIe cables from breakout board- and it doesn't require any more slots.  So that's why I include a 6-pin PCIe to 8-pin EPS patch cable together to power the motherboard directly.  For the Biostar's you can just use the 4-pin ATX connector on the Pico and use the extra PCIe connector for something else low-wattage like a riser, there's no harm in doing so.  Here is how the Pico PSU looks connected to a motherboard (powered by 1 PCIe connector from motherboard):


IBM 2880W PSU Packages: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=966135 IBM 4K PSU Breakout Boards & Packages: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1308296 
Server PSU-powered GPU rig solutions! https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1864539  Wallet address: 1GWQYCv22cAikgTgT1zFuAmsJ9fFqq9TXf 
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@Finksy – Sent you a PM, please take a look at it when you get a chance.

I’ve posted my question publicly, since I have a feeling it might be a common one.  For the graphics cards that require an 8-pin PCIe connector (most of the non-reference cards or for example the popular Sapphire Nitro+ RX 480), what is the safest and cost effective methodology to attach these to your PSU breakout boards?  Is it safe to only populate 6 of the 8 pins on the graphics card itself or is that a potential fire hazard?  I know they sell an adapter, some cards even come with it, that combines 2 x 6-pin PCIe female connectors to a single 8-pin male connector, but that solution seems overkill to me.

Edit: I may have answered my own question.  In the kits, can you post a picture or describe the 6+2pin PCIe splitters?  Does this take a single 6-pin PCIe female connector in and split to two 6+2 pin PCIe male connectors?  If that’s the case, is it safe to power two RX-480 graphics cards from a single 6-pin PCIe connector.  Not sure what the power consumption is through the 8-pin PCIe port because I know that some of the power comes from the riser itself.

super,

The package includes 6+2pin PCIe splitters.  There are now pictures to show them up top, should help to clarify.  They take a 6-pin PCIe cable in and split to 2x 8-pin PCIe connectors for GPU's.  For the RX series GPU's this is safe, as the wattage drawn through the PCIe connectors on the 470/480 cards is only about 80-90 watts MAX in general.  The PCIe cables are 16awg, and can handle upwards of 250W without problem.  Hope that answers your question!

IBM 2880W PSU Packages: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=966135 IBM 4K PSU Breakout Boards & Packages: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1308296 
Server PSU-powered GPU rig solutions! https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1864539  Wallet address: 1GWQYCv22cAikgTgT1zFuAmsJ9fFqq9TXf 
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@Finksy, thanks for the quick response and yes that did answer my question.  After I posed the original question, I somewhat figured that was what the 6+2 pin PCIe splitter was going to be used for, but the picture and description really did clarify things.  This is going to be an amazing cost effective and efficient solution for powering GPU rigs.

@Finksy – Sent you a PM, please take a look at it when you get a chance.

I’ve posted my question publicly, since I have a feeling it might be a common one.  For the graphics cards that require an 8-pin PCIe connector (most of the non-reference cards or for example the popular Sapphire Nitro+ RX 480), what is the safest and cost effective methodology to attach these to your PSU breakout boards?  Is it safe to only populate 6 of the 8 pins on the graphics card itself or is that a potential fire hazard?  I know they sell an adapter, some cards even come with it, that combines 2 x 6-pin PCIe female connectors to a single 8-pin male connector, but that solution seems overkill to me.

Edit: I may have answered my own question.  In the kits, can you post a picture or describe the 6+2pin PCIe splitters?  Does this take a single 6-pin PCIe female connector in and split to two 6+2 pin PCIe male connectors?  If that’s the case, is it safe to power two RX-480 graphics cards from a single 6-pin PCIe connector.  Not sure what the power consumption is through the 8-pin PCIe port because I know that some of the power comes from the riser itself.

super,

The package includes 6+2pin PCIe splitters.  There are now pictures to show them up top, should help to clarify.  They take a 6-pin PCIe cable in and split to 2x 8-pin PCIe connectors for GPU's.  For the RX series GPU's this is safe, as the wattage drawn through the PCIe connectors on the 470/480 cards is only about 80-90 watts MAX in general.  The PCIe cables are 16awg, and can handle upwards of 250W without problem.  Hope that answers your question!
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I've now posted pictures to better understand the setup.  The Pico PSU's come with a 4-pin ATX connector on them, but I'm of the opinion that there's no point in drawing extra 12V wattage through the Pico PSU when we have a more reliable source as it is -6-pin PCIe cables from breakout board- and it doesn't require any more slots.  So that's why I include a 6-pin PCIe to 8-pin EPS patch cable together to power the motherboard directly.  For the Biostar's you can just use the 4-pin ATX connector on the Pico and use the extra PCIe connector for something else low-wattage like a riser, there's no harm in doing so.  Here is how the Pico PSU looks connected to a motherboard (powered by 1 PCIe connector from motherboard):


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Finksy, any special packages for people that only have 110/120v? All those PSU I see requires like 220/240v.

Another PSU i know is HP DPS-1200FB, but that has only a rated 900w on 110/120v and understand that it can handle higher watts, but prefer not to put max load on it if my rig consumes almost 1000watts.

Any other solutions?

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Hey, i've sent you a pm about some gpu risers, if you haven't received them i wanted to ask about the price + shipping for 10 risers to 11413
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What are the advantages to getting these cables?
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Finksy, any special packages for people that only have 110/120v? All those PSU I see requires like 220/240v.

Another PSU i know is HP DPS-1200FB, but that has only a rated 900w on 110/120v and understand that it can handle higher watts, but prefer not to put max load on it if my rig consumes almost 1000watts.

Any other solutions?

The PSU's I offer only work on 200+V, yes.  Unfortunately I do not carry any PSU's that work on 110/120V, but there are many people on the forums that do.  Feel free to hit up sidehack (unless he's too busy with his plethora of projects), HolyScott on here (holybitcoin.com) also carries some common slot and similar 120V PSU's that will work just fine with these GPU packages.  All you need is a PSU with PCIe connectors on it to take advantage of the components in these GPU packages.

Hey, i've sent you a pm about some gpu risers, if you haven't received them i wanted to ask about the price + shipping for 10 risers to 11413

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What are the advantages to getting these cables?

Cost savings vs having to purchase 1000+W ATX Power supplies with adequate cables to power GPU rigs such as these.  For example, to power a rig with 6x R9 390 GPU's, you would need something like the EVGA 1600 G2 to match the DPS-4K/IBM 2880W in efficiency or an EVGA 1600 T2 to match the IBM 2980W in efficiency.  The 2880/2980W PSU's could power 2 of these rigs (or 3x RX series rigs) without problem, the DPS-4K could power 3 of the 390 rigs (4x RX series rigs) without problem.  Comes down to $$$, efficiency, reliability, modularity, etc.  Also, with the PSU's I offer, you have the breakout board, cables & components.  And, if you ever do happen to have a PSU failure, you only need to purchase the PSU itself, which doesn't make up that significant of a portion of the cost in total. But as everyone is aware, server PSU's are more reliable, and stable as far as voltage to the plug in comparison to the average ATX PSU.

IBM 2880W PSU Packages: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=966135 IBM 4K PSU Breakout Boards & Packages: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1308296 
Server PSU-powered GPU rig solutions! https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1864539  Wallet address: 1GWQYCv22cAikgTgT1zFuAmsJ9fFqq9TXf 
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