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Sunday, June 13, 2021
By: Tiny Miner
- Worked, tested with cheaper card first just in case but they work. - No issues So Far - RX570's running on them fine
- Sata to Molex adapters are a fire hazard - No metal ring around screw holes - Holes close to some electronic solder points - Molex Only Power Connection
Worked for me, maybe make some paper washers for your screws, dont bite the board material with them. DO NOT USE sata to Molex ... just use a molex connector, up to 2 risers on one molex line from PSU. Full Points Below: - Worked, tested with cheaper card first just in case but they work. - No issues So Far - RX570's running on them fine -Sata to Molex adapters are a fire hazard as Sata connectors will/can burn/melt when/if the car begins to pull too much power through the riser. In the case of 1050ti's with no external power this is enevitible. -No metal ring around screw holes, this could explain people with bad risers as the screw used could bite into the riser board and depending on how the ground layer is routed they may be causing a short inside the board material. - Holes close to some electronic solder points, i used home made paper washers to create a non conducting barrier between them. - Molex Only Power Connection, PCIE would be prefered for fire proofing but then they would need to add a converter on the riser like others and they spared the expense.
Sunday, January 31, 2021
It works but it should be made very clear using this product as sold with the included SATA to Molex cable for a mining rig which runs 24/7 365 is UNSAFE, sata is rated for 54 watts and the pci port can draw upto 75 watts under load, this can lead to melting and even FIRE. If you get this throw the SATA/Molex adapter in the trash and use direct 6 pin to Molex from your psu.
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Saturday, January 27, 2018