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MNpctech Has Nailed It! A Fan Grill To Vertically Mount A GPU!

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2017/05/17 19:54:36 (permalink)
now every case can have a GPU vertically mounted!  Check this out:
 
https://mnpctech.com/pci-e-riser-cable/
post edited by KLEYBA - 2017/05/18 11:40:28
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    mnpctech
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    Re: MNpctech Has Nailed It! A Fan Grill PCI Ex Riser Cable!!! 2017/05/18 08:14:32 (permalink)
    Thanks for sharing, Just Select Notify on the product page, so youre emailed when first run is finished. 
     
     
     
     
     

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    Re: MNpctech Has Nailed It! A Fan Grill PCI Ex Riser Cable!!! 2017/05/18 09:31:19 (permalink)
      Sweet!  I may have to look into these for some future projects!
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    Re: MNpctech Has Nailed It! A Fan Grill PCI Ex Riser Cable!!! 2017/05/18 11:38:33 (permalink)
    I like how you don't have to cut into the case like you do with the mountain mods PCI bracket.
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    Re: MNpctech Has Nailed It! A Fan Grill PCI Ex Riser Cable!!! 2017/05/18 19:34:16 (permalink)
    That is really cool, wouldn't be perfect with some cases but it's a really cool mod for a lot of those with windows.

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    Re: MNpctech Has Nailed It! A Fan Grill PCI Ex Riser Cable!!! 2017/05/19 08:31:19 (permalink)
    the phanteks primo case has the fan placement at the bottom of the case.  this would work perfect for that model.  
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    Re: MNpctech Has Nailed It! A Fan Grill PCI Ex Riser Cable!!! 2017/05/19 18:14:31 (permalink)
    Nice find. Thank you for sharing.


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    Re: MNpctech Has Nailed It! A Fan Grill PCI Ex Riser Cable!!! 2017/05/19 18:19:49 (permalink)
    mnpctech
    Thanks for sharing, Just Select Notify on the product page, so youre emailed when first run is finished. 

    Great product. 👍 Any chance to have dual gpu one? However i do understand the weight might be an issue.


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    Re: MNpctech Has Nailed It! A Fan Grill PCI Ex Riser Cable!!! 2017/05/20 03:57:55 (permalink)
    Holy cow! Where was that when I was figuring where to mount SAS expanders away from motherboard compartment?
     
    Still importing this from US probably will be more expensive that the bracket itself. :( 
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    Re: MNpctech Has Nailed It! A Fan Grill PCI Ex Riser Cable!!! 2017/05/25 08:59:33 (permalink)
    Very interesting, Could be a nice addition for quite a few setups.  
    I thought however that PCI-E Riser cables cost FPS performance.
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