EZDIY New ver. PCI Express 16x Flexible Cable Card Extension Port Adapter High Speed Riser Card-25cm
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- Foiled cable for High-frequency impedance and EMI design
- Extremly High speed cable allow PCI express video card in any direction on suitable position
- 4 layers PCB board design with high speed cable
- Golden plated contacts for best connectivity and long life
- High Quality Solder Points and Gold plated Contacts for the Best Conductivity and Long Use. Note : We suggest that not to bend the cable too much while using, signals might lose and cause black screen or low FPS. Better performance in U shape not too much bend in curve.
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This PCI Express riser/extender can be used to mount a PCI Express x16 card in a wide variety of situations. It is especially suitable for custom enclosures and low-profile rack-mount chassis. This riser card faces away from the mainboard; however, since it is flexible, it can be redirected. Please ensure that PCI cards are securely mounted in an EMI safe location, and that no shorts have occurred due to poor PCI card placement.
* New layout PCB board design with high speed cable
*1 slot PCI Express X16 Riser Card for 1U,2U,3U IPC chassis
*High speed folded cable will Prevent electromagnetic interference
*Golden plated contacts for best connectivity and long life
*More high-quality transmission stability
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1 x New Ver. PCI-E Express X16 Riser Extend Card With 25CM
1 x user manual
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One thing I made sure to do this time is not have any drastic bends, and to not bend anything near the connectors.
I installed the riser cable between my MSI Gaming M7 board and ASUS GTX 1060 STRIX ROG OC 6GB Card. I eventually got the system to post and loaded into Windows 10 Pro. I received several BSODs in a row and was trying to see if it was the cable or something I did when I installed my new cooler. Long story short, I was forced to reinstall windows after removing this PCIE Riser Cable. I was really hoping that this cable would work because my case looked so great with this GFX card mounted vertically.
Here is the thread to follow about the issue if you like:
Well, it works. Beautifully. I had a few hiccups, which had me worried I was going down the same road as the version that came shipped with the Core P5; screen going black and not responding, Nvidia drivers not functioning properly and only allowing basic resolutions, and even freezing up computer when attempting to reinstall drivers. After that, I configured my primary PCie 16x to Gen 2 and it worked flawlessly afterward and has since been working with no issues.
It has a very nicely-designed black PCB with gold accents and it matches my mainboard perfectly. It does have a bit of a wrinkling effect when moving the cable around, but that's to be expected with riser cables. It's probably easily fixable, but the advantage of having everything in black means I can't see it anyway, especially with the lighting in my room. Which leads me to the final part, the pictures. I set up the best lighting that my room allows for and tried to get the best pictures my webcam allows for and they came out decently enough, so I wanted to show how the riser cable is being used in my latest WIP build, for anyone aspiring to use it in a similar way.
I'm very happy with this purchase and I'll update this review if anything bad happens.
Bought this cable for the Thermaltake Core P3 case and it gets 4 stars on the basis of working which is pretty rare in this market. There is a problem though. Using this cable lowers my 3d Mark Fire Strike 1.1 score by 900 points. My GTX 1080 never goes over 2000mhz even at it's max OC. When it was attached to the motherboard it would hit 2080. Now it mainly sits around 1911.
Update: I reset the OC and drivers... reapplied the OC and now I'm within 200 of normal so that's cool with me 5 Stars,