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post #1351 of 3121
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Originally Posted by muzammil84 View Post

hi, I can see it's available on UK's Amazon so I could give it a go. Is it working in pcie 3.0 slot every boot? no crashes in games/benchmarks?
can you check what speed gpu-z reads on that pcie riser? is it actually 3.0 x16 or x4?
thx, Pete

No issues at all. You can see below what it shows in GPU-Z
x16 3.0

    
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No issues at all. You can see below what it shows in GPU-Z
x16 3.0


awesome mate, thanks a lot. I'm buying one right now smile.gif
I'll confirm when I get it working hopefully.
post #1353 of 3121
I was going to get the ezdiy one but it was out of stock at the time. The one from eBay took about a week and a half to come in. I have the back of the card secured with a screw and the far forward end of the riser is lifted up with a small rubber spacer I made to prevent the card from sagging. My case is wall mounted, so it doesn't ever get moved around. I may try and find a better auction once I redo my RGB LEDs. Very disappointed in thermaltake though. Great that they sent me replacements fairly quickly (2 weeks), sucks that none of the 5 total TT risers I tried worked. That was one of the main reasons I bought this case instead of just creating my own wall mounted case out of wood and plexiglass.
post #1354 of 3121
Taped over the pins on the riser cable were they touch the mounting bracket, I noticed they touch, remount with a couple of spacers and no problems now.
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Taped over the pins on the riser cable were they touch the mounting bracket, I noticed they touch, remount with a couple of spacers and no problems now.
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any scratches on the bracket will cause a short, check yours, mind you I did mount mine right up to the plate and not on top of the spacer, ooop's rolleyes.gif
Edited by MuddyPaws - 7/21/16 at 8:25am
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I was wondering if it's possible to shorten the tubes that hold the glass. I would rather mount my video card on the motherboard and move the glass closer, but I don't know how the tubes are made.
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I was wondering if it's possible to shorten the tubes that hold the glass. I would rather mount my video card on the motherboard and move the glass closer, but I don't know how the tubes are made.

Any machinist should be able to do this pretty easily. Just need to figure out what the thread is, cut the rod down, and re tap it. You can do it yourself for a few bucks as well. I would recommend a miter box like this with a hack saw and a blade made for metal. I think the rods are made out of steel, so it may be an ordeal to cut down all 4 rods.


http://m.lowes.com/pd/Stanley-Clamping-Miter-Box-with-Saw/50168173?cm_mmc=SCE_PLA-_-ToolsAndHardware-_-HandSaws-_-50168173:Stanley&CAWELAID=&kpid=50168173&CAGPSPN=pla&store_code=596&k_clickID=22fa052c-c122-4c9d-a3ee-e37e3587806e
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post #1360 of 3121
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Any machinist should be able to do this pretty easily. Just need to figure out what the thread is, cut the rod down, and re tap it. You can do it yourself for a few bucks as well. I would recommend a miter box like this with a hack saw and a blade made for metal. I think the rods are made out of steel, so it may be an ordeal to cut down all 4 rods.


http://m.lowes.com/pd/Stanley-Clamping-Miter-Box-with-Saw/50168173?cm_mmc=SCE_PLA-_-ToolsAndHardware-_-HandSaws-_-50168173:Stanley&CAWELAID=&kpid=50168173&CAGPSPN=pla&store_code=596&k_clickID=22fa052c-c122-4c9d-a3ee-e37e3587806e
Is this a solid rod all the way through ?
I figured it was hollow.
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