This cable strategically positions the PCI Express x16 slot on a motherboard in or out of the chassis. This is useful, for example, if you often want to install and remove different graphics cards and do not want to damage the board slot, or want more space when commissioning the expansion cards.
It may also be necessary or useful to place PCI-Express expansion cards in unusual places in the case of modding projects or housings deviating from the usual ATX standard. A particular advantage of a riser cable is the possibility, for example, of positioning graphics cards individually and even mounting them parallel to the mainboard. This Lian Li riser cable is specifically designed for use with the conversion kit (see related products below) for vertically mounting a second graphics card in the Lian Li O11 Dynamic XL (ROG Certified) midi tower. It is about 200 mm long.
Length: approx. 200 mm
Plug: PCIe with 16 lanes
Socket: PCIe with 16 lanes
Supported PCI Express standards: 1.x, 2.x, 3.0
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