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AORUS pattern Graphics card GPU support bracket 5V 4-pin RGB $13.88 at Newegg

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Graphics video card GPU support bracket kit. Hang down and weigh the motherboard to support your card.
Designed for various graphics cards and motherboards. Low profile configuration of single configuration or dual configuration.

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ChristopherR1978 asked this question on 05-17-2021 at 02:19 PM
05-17-2021 at 02:19 PM
I doubt it since it requires 3 pci slots worth of screws/height.
DarkHuD asked this question on 05-13-2021 at 02:02 PM
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Seems pretty lazy to change ROG to AORUS but then leave the 'Republic of Gamers' branding on the left hand side of it
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Quote from FindTheDeal13 :
Seems pretty lazy to change ROG to AORUS but then leave the 'Republic of Gamers' branding on the left hand side of it
Hahaha, so true!
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so its a sasoke brand, with gigabyte and asus logos on it, displayed on an MSI GPU. Really hit it out of the park on this one, China.
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Sold and shipped by: CORSAURS
not Newegg
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Seems pretty lazy to change ROG to AORUS but then leave the 'Republic of Gamers' branding on the left hand side of it
Looks perfect for me with my Gigabyte Aorus motherboard and my Asus ROG Strix 3080 OC.
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Asus Rog one also available
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Call me a boomer but what is the purpose of this board? I've been building PCs since 8088 days and I just don't see any practical purpose for this board. Wouldn't it be easier to flush $15 down the toilet.
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How much are these normally? Or, how much are ones without RGB normally priced?
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Why does it say "Interface type: big 4PIN?"

AFAIK, aRGB uses 3-pin for the 5V line.

and here [newegg.com] is the ROG pattern for those whose care.
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Why does it say "Interface type: big 4PIN?"

AFAIK, aRGB uses 3-pin for the 5V line.

and here [newegg.com] is the ROG pattern for those whose care.
Gigabyte uses a 4 pin header, but only 3 pins are populated. This prevents accidental reverse plug-in and releasing the magic smoke.
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Does anyone know if this can be used of a SLI setup with water blocks?
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Call me a boomer but what is the purpose of this board? I've been building PCs since 8088 days and I just don't see any practical purpose for this board. Wouldn't it be easier to flush $15 down the toilet.
Pretty RGB lights
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Does anyone know if this can be used of a SLI setup with water blocks?
I doubt it since it requires 3 pci slots worth of screws/height.
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Call me a boomer but what is the purpose of this board? I've been building PCs since 8088 days and I just don't see any practical purpose for this board. Wouldn't it be easier to flush $15 down the toilet.
Modern GPUs can be quite large and heavy. Mine is a full length, three slot cars. With a card that size. One one end of the cars they are supported by the PCIe slot and the three slot screws. On the other they are supported only by the rigidity of the card itself, and they can sometimes sag. Not only is the sag unsightly if you have a window in your case, but it can put extra stress on the PCIe slot. Supports like this are intended to prevent sag.
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