Today we will covering the ARGB GPU Support Bracket. We covered a similar product a while back from Cooler Master as well. You may have seen several products like these by now and they are going to differ in the way they provide the support to the GPU. Some are incorporated into a case, some utilize the expansion slots, and ones like the ARGB GPU bracket use magnets to mount to the case. I personally use a test bench so the need for a brace is unnecessary. If you don’t vertically mount your graphics card, you might want to look into the matter. Especially with the new 3000 series. These cards are very large and long. This causes the cards to sag and putting stress on the PCIe slot and the cards PCB. This brace has some striking features and offers some beautiful aesthetics to your setup.
The ARGB GPU Support Bracket utilizes the strength and aesthetic of tempered glass in completely new ways. The strength of the TG supports the biggest, baddest cards out there. The CNC machining provides edge-lit ARGB. The universal design of the support arm offers hassle-free adjustment, by sliding and locking in place, to fit a high range of graphics card and PC case combinations. If your build is on the subtler side, switch off the lighting for an elegant, invisible GPU support bracket.
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