|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||4|
ASRock H110 Pro BTC+ 13GPU Mining Motherboard Cryptocurrency
|CPU Socket||BGA 437|
|RAM Memory Technology||DDR4|
|Compatible Processor Types||Intel Celeron, Intel Pentium|
|Platform||No Operating System|
|Memory Storage Capacity||1024 MB|
|Graphics Card Interface||PCI-E|
|Memory Slots Available||1|
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- ASRock Super Alloy
- Supports 7th and 6th Generation Intel CoreTM i7/i5/i3/Pentium/Celeron Processors
- Supports DDR4 2400/2133
- 1 PCIe 3.0 x16, 12 PCIe 2.0 x1
- 4 SATA3, 1 M.2 (SATA3)
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ASRock H110 Pro BTC+ 13GPU Mining Motherboard Cryptocurrency
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Having lots of issues trying to run 13 gpus. The system crashes all the time when I have all 23 gpus running. Bios is up to date, so is gpu drivers. The system runs stable when only half of the cards are plugged in. Unable to keep the system running with all gpus.
Will work with ASRock to try to get the system working. Will update review soon.
It "talks" to me unlike every other board I've ever had the displeasure to troubleshoot. Yes this board is for the crypto currency miner that wants to chip away at virtual coin that may very well be the future we all hope it may become.
For the crypto miners, it has 13 slots for whatever gpu/video cards you want to toss in. Fastest and easiest setup when compared to most other boards. THIS IS THE BOARD YOU WANT!!
If you want to critique something about this board, which is not a problem in my opinion, are the 13 slots for gpu cards. They are very close together! I simply added some electrical tape around the riser extensions to make sure they do not bump into each other, easy and comforting fix.
Juice up this mother of boards with a fat PSU and press the power button (which is nicely included on this motherboard **BONUS**).
I would recommend this board to no end. ASRock made a winner here. I normally stay away from the ASRock brands for general custom computer work, but now I am seriously reconsidering this opinion I have had of ASRock for years.
Get it before it inevitably sells-out!!! Trust me, paying $150 to $200 on this board is a deal when you consider the gpu capacity and attention to the crypto miner they obviously placed in this product. LOVE IT!!
* Mining equihash on older (7950/7970) GPUs usually runs for a few days before one of the GPUs hangs and then Linux hangs a few minutes later. There's no consistency to which card hangs so I don't think it's the cards.
* Mining Etherhash on newer cards (RX 470/480/570/580) it runs for a week at a stretch or more without failure but when it does hang there's no indication in any logs - the system just locks up hard, requiring a power cycle to reset it.
* Mining Etherhash on the newer cards while mining Equihash on one older card I can usually run for a few days before the total lock-up.
* Mining Etherhash on the newer cards while mining Equihash on more than one older card lasts a few hours before a hard lock-up. Yes, those same older cards that run for a week+ when it's just one of them with its newer siblings.
Another mining rig with a different motherboard has no problems with these configurations so I'm pretty sure it's the motherboard. I've solved the problem by grouping GPUs into their own rigs but I shouldn't have to. Overall this is a decent motherboard for mining, especially with so many PCIe slots. Right now it's running all newer cards with a single 7950 and it's doing fine, so hopefully it'll stay that way as I can afford to keep adding 470/480/570/580s to it.
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Having said that, and if you can source a CPU at an acceptable price, the motherboard has everything you need for a decent computer - just. There are two DDR4 RAM slots, there's space for an M.2 SSD daughterboard, or you can have up to four SSDs or HDDs attached. There's exactly one PCI-Express x16 slot, but it is the 3.0 standard, so your super-fast graphics cars will work just fine. Alternatively, there's a DVI video port that will work only if your CPU has built-in graphics. There's Gigabyte ethernet and a total of six USB ports (two of which are 3.0) as well as onboard audio and PS2 mouse and keyboard connectors (why?).There are 4-pin connectors for CPU fan and two chassis fans. There are all the usual front panel connectors, including audio and USB 3.0, as well as more retro options such as COM1 and LPT1.
Of course, as a bitcoin mining board, there are also a number of extra MOLEX and SATA power connectors to pump more power into the motherboard, which you can safely ignore, and twelve (yes, twelve) PCIe x1 slots. Only five of these (plus the x16 slot) will be usable in a standard case; if you really want to use them all, you'll need risers. Also showing its Bitcoin heritage, the board has power and reset buttons soldered on, so you can easily use it without a case if you so wish.
The form factor is ATX: it's a tall board, but very thin - it's all those extra PCIe slots that stop it from being mini-ATX.
So, with that caveat about it only supporting 6th and 7th generation Intel processors, it makes a perfectly serviceable computer, and it's cheap enough to use for experimenting with.
It is a "Mining" board so was designed around using multiple graphcs cards for Bitcon mining, a bit late in that field as you would never get a viable return with this board today due to the millions of bitcoin farms around the world. I would estimate it would take you a year or so to break even! I cant beleive that people think they can still make money from bitcoin mining... (PS you cant unless you have hundreds of ASIC miners, graphic cards just dont cut the mustard today.. I did mine 1/2 a coin back in the day when no one did bitcon.. so I was happy with that and I made a killing as sold it in 2008 when it was 20k for 1 coin!! - I digress...
Today bitcon, sorry BITCOIN is a bottomless pit that you will throw yourself into if you think you can make a living out of it.. Have a look on You Tube at bitcoin factories in CHINA... they killed the home mining market, just like China kill all markets (not in a good way)
With that in mind I bought this board as its super cheap, only downside is it only supports 6th and 7th Gen Intel processors but I had a i3 7100 i got given and this board is what i wanted for a budget gaming sytem. Set it up with 8 Gigs of 2400 DDR 4
I bought a couple of SATA PCI cards for this board as it only has 2 slots and I wanted to set up a raid ssd with 4 SSD disks so I had to get a 2xSATA cards to give me an additional 4 SATA ports.. I had these cards already
12 PCI x1 slots
1 PCI x16 3.0 Slot
ASROC Build Quality
Only 7th and 6th Gen Intel Processors
2400Mhz DDR 4
Only 2 Sata Ports
Only 2 Memory Slots
Would buy this again..
If you are aware of the features of this board then it is a quality product. Served its purpose for me and I would get again
Évitez les MB de plus de 8 PCI-E si vous tournez sous windows 10 mais trouve son sens sous Linux.
Évitez si c'est votre unique rig.
Pour l'instant j'utilise cette carte avec 8 cartes graphique sous windows 10 pro.
3 Nvidia 1050ti.
2 Nvidia 1060 6Go de EVGA
3 Nvidia 1060 6Go de Zotac
Toutes déportées de la carte mère aux moyens de Risers PCI-E 1x vers 16x.
Attention, je ne sais pas encore pourquoi mais je n'arrive pas a faire fonctionner une carte avec un riser PCI-E 1x vers PCI-E 16x sur le seul port PCI-E 16x de cette carte mère. Ayant de la place je n'ai pas approfondis (l'ordinateur ne démarre alors même pas).
Asrock garantis le fonctionnement pour 8 GPU AMD et 5 GPU NVidia pour une installation windows 10.
Il faut utiliser MSI Afterburner pour gérer 8 GPU dans mon cas pour diminuer leur puissance et tenir la chaleur et la consommation électrique sous contrôle ce qui diminue aussi le taux de plantage de l'ensemble. J'entend qu'il est impossible d'utiliser MSI Afterburner pour un mix de carte AMD et NVidia ce qui me refroidis donc d'investir dans 5 cartes AMD si je n'ai pas moyen de les tenir en bride.
Des utilisateurs Linux semblent reporter des installation full Nvidia.
- permet d'économiser le prix d'un CPU et des barettes de Ram
- permet d'économiser la consommation d’électricité (CPU et RAM) VS deux rigd'un même total de GPU.
- Alors si c'était a refaire (dans le contexte du cryptomining) j’achèterais quand même deux cartes-mère à 6 PCI-E pour les raisons suivantes:
- Single point of failure: le moindre problème ou la moindre maintenance vous prive d'une puissance totale de calcul non négligeable. Dans mon cas, l’entièreté de ma puissance de calcul. Maintenant une fois stable, c'est peut être une bonne chose.
- Il faut un setup Dual PSU pour alimenter tout ce petit monde, ce qui ne divise au final pas les coûts en ce qui concerne les alimentations.
Au final on économise que le prix d'une carte mère, d'un processeur et la ram.
- Vous bloque vos 13 GPU sur un seul OS, donc pas question d'utiliser certaines GPU sous windows et d'autres sous Linux.
- Pas moyen de tester un autre OS sans immobiliser 13 GPU d'un coup.
The power supply issues are a bit complicated if you are using multiple PSU's its possible to break the board so be careful :-)
This motherboard has a limited set of compatible CPUs and not all LGA1151 CPUs will be compatible.
All Intel Coffee Lake CPUs are not compatible.
I am waiting on a replacement CPU to see how good the motherboard is.