Thursday, November 23rd 2017

FSP Releases a Powerful 2000W Dedicated Mining Power Supply

The topic of Bitcoin mining continues trending. Some countries even acknowledge payment with digital currency such as Bitcoin as legal payment methods. In order to keep up with this trend, high specification dedicated mining equipment is continually released by the industry. ASUS and ASRock have released mining dedicated motherboards, and high-end graphics cards from major manufacturers such as nVIDIA and AMD, etc. have all been sold out.

With the upgrading of this equipment, the power needed for overall operation of computers also needs to be increased in response to the power needed for the heavy operation during the mining process. However, currently there are very few power supplies on the market dedicated for mining. FSP power fully understands the needs of miners, and became the first to release the FSP2000-A0AGPBI 2000-watt super high powered power supply to prevent power malfunctions during the mining process when the processor/graphics card is operating at full speed and the power is at full-load 24 hours a day.
The features of a professional power supply dedicated for mining systems include high wattage, support for multiple sets of slots, all module connectors, high stability and high efficiency, etc. Under 230 volt input voltage, FSP2000-A0AGPBI is able to provide full 2000 watt power to ensure there is sufficient power provided for the computer equipment, maintain smooth operation, and prevent rebooting or power interruptions. In addition, FSP2000-A0AGPBI is equipped with 16 sets of PCI-E 6+2 PIN slots and is able to support operation for a maximum of 16 graphics cards simultaneously, allowing miners to run their mining equipment under full-load.

Its full module connector design makes it easier for users to connect and disconnect cables, find the problem and save troubleshooting time when something goes wrong with the system. FSP2000-A0AGPBI is an industrial grade power supply, able to accept a 90-264 volt full-range voltage input. It has also passed high temperature and humidity tolerance, overvoltage, overcurrent and long-term operation tests to ensure that it can still provide power stably under rigorous mining environments. Also, since mining equipment needs to operate 24 hours a day without interruptions, FSP2000-A0AGPBI has 80PLUS platinum certified excellent power efficiency that can allow users to save on power bills and relatively increase the mining profit significantly.

Due to the fact that large wattage power supplies are difficult to acquire from current markets, most miners can only adapt and buy small wattage power supplies or use two power supply units to supply power for a single host. However, since the power supplies are under heavy or partial loads for extended periods of times, not only do they have to bear the malfunction problems that may be caused due to parallel connections of the power supplies, the frequent RMA also becomes an additional cost burden. Not only that, there are frequent foreign and domestic reports of fire incidents at mining locations or burnt mining equipment due to poor power quality. Therefore as a long-term investment miner, the importance of a power supply must be considered carefully.

For more information, visit the product page.
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11 Comments on FSP Releases a Powerful 2000W Dedicated Mining Power Supply

#1
BadFrog
going to need a 20 amp breaker to run this puppy
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#2
chinmi
BadFrog said:
going to need a 20 amp breaker to run this puppy
isn't 10 amp would be enough ?

edit : i forgot about vac difference. I live in a 220vac area so 10 amp is enough, thanks to btarunr for the correction :)
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btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
chinmi said:
isn't 10 amp would be enough ?
If you live in a 100~120VAC area (US, Canada, Japan), you'll need a 20A breaker. Everywhere else (200~240VAC), you can do with a 10A breaker.
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chinmi
btarunr said:
If you live in a 100~120VAC area (US, Canada, Japan), you'll need a 20A breaker. Everywhere else (200~240VAC), you can do with a 10A breaker.
aaahhh yes... i forgot about vac difference... I live in a 220VAC area. thanks for the clarification
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#5
ZeDestructor
Hey, @crmaris , when are you reviewing this one?
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#6
TheDeeGee
Yes, make more stuff for the miners so they keep buying out Gaming GPUs...

I wish this bullshit died already.
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#7
nemesis.ie
More supply and maybe clamping down on retailer gouging is the answer.

It's not the mining itself that is the problem, I wish that idea would die! It's the BS that lets places overcharge.

I like to use my cards for gaming and mining ...
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#8
LTUGamer
Want to see 16 x PCI-E 6+2 PIN in non modular PSU. :roll:

Actually it was smart movie to release this PSU. No exterior features + low DC quality (but not too low) + high efficiency + high power = what minners looking for.

It was strange that this psu wasnt popular among minners. Great wall missed their chance to earn
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#9
crmaris
Reviewer
ZeDestructor said:
Hey, @crmaris , when are you reviewing this one?
They didn't offer me one yet.
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#10
ZeDestructor
crmaris said:
They didn't offer me one yet.
Hmmmm :/
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#11
R-T-B
I like the clean industrial look of the unit. Good for a mining farm where looks matter not. :laugh:
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