Quick & Easy Rig Frame – Parallel Miner Review

Parallel Miner Frame Review

For my latest 6x 1070Ti miner build, I used Parallel Miner’s Barebone All Aluminium 6.1 GPU Open Air Mining Frame and I highly recommend this frame! See below for a full review:

Cost: $259.00 ($179.00 on sale)

Shipment & Delivery: The shipping was quick and the packing was thorough. When I opened the package, the frame was nicely wrapped in bubble wrap and was completely protected.

Build: Assembly was super easy! It was the easiest frame I have put together. The frame came in two pieces, and all I had to do was snap one into the other and it was ready to mine!

Look & Feel: This frame looks super sleek and is really sturdy; I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend building an entire farm with these mining rig frames. The frame is also pretty compact, yet still allows for good airflow around the cards. There’s enough room for all six cards to sit comfortably on the top row and a motherboard and PSU on the bottom row. The frame had pre-drilled holes where I could screw in my risers, PSU, and motherboard and they lined up perfectly, which made installation easy.

Overall: Parallel Miner makes it easy; it literally takes a few seconds to assemble this frame. Some people prefer to build their own frame from scratch for less money; however, we prefer to focus our time spent into building the actual rig. If you’re looking for a quality, affordable pre-built GPU mining rig frame, this is certainly one of the best options out there.

Parallel Miner is a great destination for frames, PSUs, and other mining build essentials.

For CryptoChick’s full 1070Ti build, check out this video:


2 thoughts on “Quick & Easy Rig Frame – Parallel Miner Review

  • December 11, 2017 at 12:05 pm

    For these rigs, are you using 1 x 8GB or 1 x 4GB?

  • December 31, 2017 at 4:18 am

    Hi Vosk, hows it going?

    I have zotac amp xtreme 1070ti with 2x 8pin and kolink 1200watt.
    4 gpu build works ok and mines, whenever i plug in 5th gpu the system wont power up. Fan on psu spins, but it doesnt power up. Then, when i remove 5th gpu the 4gpu wont power up, then i wait some time and shift some cables (8 pin from one hole to another) and then it powers up and boots.
    Motherboard is H110-D3A.
    Any ideas how to troubleshoot this?

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