Introducing the Singularity Computers PowerBoard (US Patent Pending #547249821) a completely new take on computer cables and cable management. The idea first came about during the development of our first case Spectre 1.0. We were looking for a far more advanced method of integrating cables and cable management.
The PowerBoard is essentially a distribution plate for cables. It integrates and routes the 24pin, EPS and PCIE cables very close to the components so that standardized short cables can be used. This means that cable management is no longer necessary. It integrates ARGB and PWM hubs and on some PowerBoards SATA. The PowerBoard also has integrated ARGB LEDs placed to light up the PowerBoard and/or surrounding components.
The purpose of the PowerBoard is to eliminate the need for cable management, to integrate components into a single clean unit reducing clutter, to create something different which will contribute to a unique build!
Cables & Adaptors
PowerBoard Cables are available here
SC Shift Adaptors are available here
Motherboards with 90 degree 24pin, EPS and/or 6pin PCIE supplementary power connections will require SC Shift Adaptors for clean cable routing.
Custom hand built MDPC-X PowerBoard cables with a large range of sleeve colours available here
The SC PowerBoard 5000 Series fits onto the rear side of the motherboard tray in Corsair 5000 series cases. It eliminates the need for the multiple cable management components and cover panels in the case, replaces the drive mounts on the back of the motherboard tray and replaces the hubs which are included with the case for PWM and ARGB. It also has integrated ARGB LEDs around the perimeter of the PowerBoard on the back to light up the PowerBoard and surrounding components. Integrating all these components into one creates a far cleaner build!
24pin Input & Output.
8pin EPS Inputs x2 Outputs x5. (A total of 6 EPS and PCIE outputs can be used at the same time).
8pin PCIE Inputs x4 Outputs x4. (A total of 6 EPS and PCIE outputs can be used at the same time).
PWM Inputs x1 Outputs x7.
ARGB Inputs x1 Outputs x5.
SATA Data Inputs x2 Outputs x2.
Please refer to documentation for full details on the connectors and wiring/pinouts.
Singularity Computers PowerBoard 5000 Series.
Product Weight: 0.5kg.
Product Dimensions: H: 372mm x W: 302mm x H: 16mm.
Packaged Dimensions: W: 395mm x L: 430mm x H: 40mm.
Packaged Weight: 1kg.
6-32 x 0.25” Button Head Hex Black Steel: x9.
M3 x 4mm Button Head Hex Stainless Steel: x8.
6-32 Male Standoffs Brass x4mm (F) 6.5mm: x8.
6-32 Female Standoffs Brass 20mm x9.
Cables: RGB Extension Cable Black 50cm. PWM Fan Extension Cable Black Sleeved 50cm.
Installs onto the rear side of the motherboard tray, please refer to user manual and documentation.
|Dimensions||395 × 430 × 40 mm|
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Questions and answers of the customers
I am curious if you guys have had the opportunity to test compatibility with the 7000 series yet? I might be able to determine by the dimensions if you haven't... particularly the hinges. I assume if the hinges line up, it should work fine. Thanks!
- Would Cable Mod cables work with this? Does that even matter?
Q Would Cable Mod cables work with this? Does that even matter? answer nowAsked by Steve on June 7, 2022 12:53 pmAnswered by the admin
You would have to request custom cables from CableMod. We have cables here: https://singularitycomputers.com/product-category/watercooling/powerboards/cables-powerboards/
We also have information on the cable specifications here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/10pv0YMMRRt9R-VFfHnc5No27tp0BFo0UWoJQ057xSH4/edit#gid=0
I'm thinking about getting a Corsair iCUE 5000T and as someone in Europe, I'm just wondering if the difference in voltage compared to the usa would be a problem if I were to get one of these? Or will it work just fine.
- Would this work in the Obsidian 1000D? The huge case makes cable management harder, at least in my opinion, so this would be a godsend.
- Will this work with the newer 5000T case?
Q Will this work with the newer 5000T case?Asked by Ken Donohue on April 3, 2022 7:02 pm