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CableMod reveals their custom vertical PCI-e bracket for ATX cases

This custom bracket can be supported by any case with seven free PCIe slots

CableMod reveals their custom vertical PCI-e bracket for ATX cases

CableMod reveals their custom vertical PCI-e bracket for ATX cases

One of the biggest problems with vertical graphics card mounting kits is that PC cases with native support often force graphics cards to sit extremely close to the enclosure's side panels or tempered glass windows, limiting potential airflow to cause GPU temperatures to rise significantly in some cases.  

Another problem is that vertical mounted GPUs are only available to PC case designs with built-in support or with heavy modifications, severely limiting their usability. CableMod hopes to solve both of these problems with their new Vertical PCIe Bracket, which can add Vertical GPU support to any case with seven free PCIe slots. 

This bracket creates a vertical mount for an included PCIe riser card and ships with two DisplayPort extension cables to allow display connections to fit through standard slotted PCIe brackets. This bracket will add around 2CM of length to a GPU used with this system, which may limit the size of front mounted radiators or GPUs used with this custom bracket design. 

CableMod has ensured that this bracket will look at home in most black PC cases, using a high-quality powder coat that matches closely with most of today's case designs. CableMod's steel construction will also ensure that the bracket remains solid and secure, even with heavy graphics cards. 

CableMod reveals their custom vertical PCI-e bracket for ATX cases  

CableMod's custom PCIe bracket is available from the company's EU storefront for €59.90 and US storefront for $59.90

You can join the discussion on CableMod's vertical PCIe bracket for ATX cases on the OC3D Forums

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10-06-2018, 15:44:31

Dicehunter
This shall be mine !!!Quote

10-06-2018, 16:07:58

Surpuppa
Great, I who just made a DIY solution by cutting away all of the bracketsQuote

11-06-2018, 01:32:21

S_I_N
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Originally Posted by Surpuppa View Post
Great, I who just made a DIY solution by cutting away all of the brackets
and moving the card further into the interior by about 1-2 inches. Will seriously impede rad thickness and or rez placement.Quote

11-06-2018, 04:54:14

Warchild
Makes me laugh from the video posted. How he claims there is no sag and shakes case back and forth.

Well maybe there is no lag because it is sitting firmly ontop of the empty SSD bays currently supporting it

Not really sure If i like this.

1. can't access your mobo for on the fly checks, cmos clearing, cable connecting
2. can't see the goodness of a well designed mobo
3. Heat dumped onto mobo from the backside of the GPU cannot help things.

Maybe nice aesthetics if watercooling, but using an AIB.. i'll pass.Quote

11-06-2018, 07:34:31

g0ggles1994
Quote:
Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
1. can't access your mobo for on the fly checks, cmos clearing, cable connecting
2. can't see the goodness of a well designed mobo
3. Heat dumped onto mobo from the backside of the GPU cannot help things.


Maybe nice aesthetics if watercooling, but using an AIB.. i'll pass.
I have this view about vertically mounting GPUs at all. Asides aesthetics and possible sagging. I don't see any benefit of itQuote
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