AsRock H110 Pro BTC+ Mining Motherboard with 13 PCI-E Slots

31 May
2017

If you thought AsRock is getting behind in the game lately as far as GPU crypto mining motherboards go, well thing again… even though they haven’t had a new Pro BTC motherboard since the H81 Pro BTC they are not sleeping apparently and the recent shortages of that particular and popular model. At Computex 2017 the company has showcased an upcoming product that has caught the attention of the mining community, a motherboard with 13 PCI-Express slots for up to 13 video cards, connected via PCI-E extenders of course as the slots are pretty tightly fitted on the motherboard to retain a standard size.

The new motherboard is called Asrock H110 Pro BTC+ and is soon-to-be-launched (no exact launch date given yet)… it even has an M.2 slot onboard, though 14th card via M.2 to PCIe might be a bit too much to expect to work, but who knows. Other than the new chipset and the staggering 13 PCIe slots, the new motherboard seems to follow the design of the previous generation of Pro BTC boards, simplistic and cost effective. Of course the H110 chipset means that you would need to go to the newer Socket 1151 CPUs such as the Intel G3900 series of processors as well as the newer DDR4 memory.

We’ll probably have to wait a bit more for additional details such as the full specifications, pricing as well as release date and availability. You can expect the demand to be pretty high though, even considering that the demonstrated solution during Computex in Taipei, Taiwan apparently used Windows and had only 8 GPUs running (based on the available information), but all 13 should be available for use when the new motherboard hits the market hopefully soon (not yet sure if they will work under Windows though).



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10 Responses to AsRock H110 Pro BTC+ Mining Motherboard with 13 PCI-E Slots

Zulekha Cara

May 31st, 2017 at 19:05

Could you possibly help us?? The motherboard we are using is the Asrock z270 Killer SLI

8BG DDR4 Ram

Intel Celeron processor

6 Sapphire nitro+ 8gb RX580 cards

 

We have tried using windows linux ubuntu and ethos but are having the following issue:

 

We are able to mine with 4 cards no problem but the moment we install the 5th carad it bombs out two cards and only three become available

 

The error we are getting is insufficient system resource

Dont know if the mobo cant handle 6 cards but then why 6 slots

Hans

May 31st, 2017 at 19:12

Now all we need are actual gpus to put in!

admin

May 31st, 2017 at 20:07

Zulekha Cara, not all motherboards that have 6 or more PCI-E slots are designed to handle 6 or more GPUs, check if the BIOS has a TOLUD option available, it might help.

Dion

May 31st, 2017 at 21:55

I don’t want to use 2 power supplies again but it looks to be in my future.

xeridea

June 1st, 2017 at 00:54

Zulekha Cara
1151 CPU sockets are weird for mining. In bios look for “Above 4G Decoding”, or “Cryptocurrency mode…” under PCIE subsystem, and enable it (windows installer or automatic repair hang with it on, so disable for install). This should get you 5. Also look for Max TOLUD, which only some boards have, which gets you 6 AMD cards. Nvidia cards easier to get more going, but not as good price/profit of course. Boards like MSI z270 will only do 5 AMD cards, but Biostar TB250 will do 6 with Max TOLUD set to 3.5GB.

Easiest boards are Biostar TB85, or ASRock H81 BTC pro (both 1150 socket), but only sold by scalpers these days, or super lucky find stock on newegg that sells out in 5 minutes. There is a Biostar TB350 coming out in a week that will do 6 cards…. with Ryzen CPU!

Lu

June 1st, 2017 at 18:03

Thats some serious business right there!
Manufacturers are going crazy as well with the mining.

Bensam123

June 2nd, 2017 at 16:49

As mentioned before in the other thread, boards like this are pretty lackluster. You can get $25 PCIE port multipliers instead. They don’t work with Nvidia, but with AMD they still work fine, although in Windows getting more then 6 AMD cards working is also a problem (8 seems to be the absolute maximum, which is why you see this board demonstrated with 8). In nix AMD cards work with them past 8, same with this board.

Alireza

July 10th, 2017 at 13:31

@ Zulekha Cara
You need more juice , get a EVGA 1200 supernova

Mark

September 3rd, 2017 at 22:43

PSU details was missed ….so

Gabriel

September 23rd, 2017 at 15:02

12 gpu gtx 1060 not working on this board only 6 windows 7

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