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October 28, 2017, 06:22:24 AM
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For sale: A mounting bracket for a DPS2000BB server PSU (and a breakout board from http://www.price-technology.com).  The bracket leverages the case's 80mm fans for cooling the PSU and mounting the bracket to the case itself.  There is ~65mm of vertical height between the motherboard and the bottom of the bracket.

$25 USD.  PayPal only.  Lead time is 2-3 business days.  Shipping from Washington State, US.













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November 27, 2017, 07:44:39 PM
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Just got a chance to install one of these in a new build - works like a charm and SUPER easy to install, probably took all of 5 minutes to install, and it would have been less if I bothered to check your pictures first instead of just figuring it out.  Airflow for the PSU is great - about my only real complaint is that on the MB I'm using (the Asus B250 Mining Expert), it's pretty tricky getting the USB riser headers in under there.  Luckily I had some right-angle ones and I just used those scattered around a bit.  I was also surprised how well just those two screws through the fans are at supporting the whole thing.

Overall a must for anyone using a Rosewill server case and the DPS.
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December 22, 2017, 03:48:56 PM
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It doesn't quite look like it from the pictures, but can this be moved far enough over to also use an ATX PSU?

If not, do you think you could offer a set of brackets that let you mount one PSU in the ATX slot, and another like you already have it?

Then people running 7-8 X 1080ti setups could get some relief Smiley
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December 22, 2017, 05:40:40 PM
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It doesn't quite look like it from the pictures, but can this be moved far enough over to also use an ATX PSU?

If not, do you think you could offer a set of brackets that let you mount one PSU in the ATX slot, and another like you already have it?

Then people running 7-8 X 1080ti setups could get some relief Smiley

I think it would be easier/cheaper to just get a DPS-2500BB (which is what I use with it), which provides 2320w of power, more than enough for 8x 1080 TI's - running that dense with those cards in a 4U will probably result in heat issues.

After installing a couple of these, I suspect it would be difficult to do what you ask though, because the DPS encroaches into the PSU area (specifically the power cord which isn't small).
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December 22, 2017, 05:52:24 PM
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How many PCIE connectors does the DPS-2500BB board give you?
Do you have a link to one by any chance

I can always use a pico PSU setup from one 6-pin port, or even a full SFX PSU for powering the motherboard/cpu/SATA Smiley
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December 22, 2017, 09:24:08 PM
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How many PCIE connectors does the DPS-2500BB board give you?
Do you have a link to one by any chance

I can always use a pico PSU setup from one 6-pin port, or even a full SFX PSU for powering the motherboard/cpu/SATA Smiley

It's not a board, it's the PSU - it uses the same breakout as the 2000, it just has 2320w instead of 2000w (no idea why they didn't just call it the DSP-2320BB) - here's an ebay link to one:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/IBM-39Y7400-BladeCenter-DPS-2500BB-Power-Supply-Unit-PSU-39Y7405-L80536J/232576990356?hash=item3626ab3c94:g:36MAAOSwywRaHBl7

They pretty much are identical to the 2000 or 1600.

 On my builds I use a Pico PSU for the motherboard as well and Optimizer's board (which is what this is designed to use) has 15 sockets on it.  Using a splitter off of one of the PCIe plugs (assuming you needed 16x) would probably be safer/better than trying to stuff another ATX PSU in the case.  Wink

I'd keep it simple and just use Spotswood's bracket and a 2500 - it REALLY makes this case much more workable IMO and it's dead simple to install.
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