The SC PCIE 4.0 Cable 20cm is designed for all Singularity Computers cases. It is a high-quality cable with reinforcing to prevent bending of the PCBs on both ends. It is particularly important to have strong reinforcing on the side where the GPU plugs in. All visible parts of the cable are black.
Specifications & Included Items:
SC PCIE 4.0 Riser Cable 20cm.
Installs onto the SC Vertical GPU Bracket PCIE 4.0 and the Spectre 1st and 2nd Vertical GPU Mounts.
All Singularity Computers Cases.
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|Dimensions||180 × 25 × 20 mm|
|Select PowerBoard Type||
PowerBoard 5000 Series, PowerBoard PC-O11D, PowerBoard Spectre 3.0
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Questions and answers of the customers
Sind das 4.0 Kabel mit 31.5 GB/s
Q Sind das 4.0 Kabel mit 31.5 GB/sAsked by Christian Utzinger on March 11, 2023 10:03 amThere are no answers for this question yet. Answer now
Hello Daniel, I am very excited to continue building on my Integra Umbra. A very short question if I may. I see you offer this riser cable but on the mount description you point to the Linkup cable which is 25cm long vs 20cm with this one. I also see in the powerboard cable guide that you suggest 25cm as the recommended length although you seem to account with 100mm for all possible configurations. Could you help me understand if this cable will suffice for my build? (Asus z790 Maximus Extreme, Waterblocked 4090 in Integra Umbra Case). Many thanks and keep rocking it you guys. Happy Holidays :)
Q Hello Daniel, I am very excited to continue building on my Integra Umbra. A very short question i...... Read moreAsked by Jonathan on December 21, 2022 12:44 amThere are no answers for this question yet. Answer now
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