Bitcoin Cryptocurrency GPU Mining PCIe Riser Card USB Extension Kit
ScanFX V010C 1X to 16X PCIe Powered Riser Card Extension, via USB 3.0, 6-pin PCIe Power, for Crypto/Bitcoin Mining
PCI-E 1X to 16X Power Riser Card Extension USB 3.0 SATA Power Connection VERY popular with Crypto/Coin miners
High Quality using 4pcs of solid FP Capacitors which helps achieve a more stable & secure power supply to the Graphics card.
Overcurrent Protection (Surface Mounted Fuse) to safeguard your components in the event of a short circuit.
6-pin PCI-E power to 15-pin SATA power cable for direct connection to your power supply reduces the power burden on your motherboard and ensures maximum compatibility with your power supply.
Fixable board with 4 holes available on PCI-E 16X side to fix PCI-E 16X connector on motherboard for more convenient management for your GPU.
Added to the V010C PCB model
2x LED lights to Confirm the VGA Card and PCB V010C Are working together if the LED are not lit up then there is a problem
3x Power Port *options 6-Pin PCIe, 4-Pin or 15-Pin Ports *Please note ONLY 1 Power port should be used at any one time
ScanFX model V010C PCB Board
ScanFX PCIe x1 PCB Board
USB 3.0 Cable Length: 60cm.
PCIe 6Pin to SATA 15Pin Power Cable Length: 20cm. Features • Two LED light to show when the PCB and VGA card are working together.
• Works great for mining, provides better clearance and cooling when running multiple GPUs.
• Compatible with 1x, 4x, 8x & 16x PCI-E slots on the motherboard.
• Power Supply Ports ethier 6-Pin PCIe, 4-Pin or 15-Pin Ports to give you more power supply options*.
(Only 1 Power port should be used at any one time)
• USB 3.0 Cable Length: 60cm.
• PCIe 6Pin to SATA 15Pin Power Cable Length: 20cm.
• Compatible Ports: PCI-E 1X to 16X.
• Compatible System: Linux / Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 & 10.
• Packaging: Anti-static bag OEM.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
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