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GPU Strongarm Hits Kickstarter

GPU Strongarm Hits Kickstarter

GPU Strongarm Hits Kickstarter

GPU Strongarm Hits Kickstarter

 

The GPU Strongarm has hit Kickstarter, a universal GPU support system that is said to work with any graphics card and any case. This custom GPU mount also has full SLI/Crossfire support.

This custom GPU mount also has full SLI/Crossfire support and will be manufactured in lengths of 30cm and 15cm, allowing it to support practically any case and GPU size. 

  GPU Strongarm Hits Kickstarter  

This GPU support is made from steel and is designed to prevent your GPU from sagging down inside you chassis, which is something that will be very useful for LAN events of for use by those who constantly move their systems.

The design of the GPU strongarm allows it to hold up your GPU while not taking up any extra space inside your case of block any of your additional PCI slots, allowing to use extra GPUs, network cards and other expansion cards freely. 

 

 

The Kickstarter campaign only needs £6000 to succeed, with GPU strongarm products being available for as little as £10.

 

You can look at the GPU Strongarm Kickstarter here.  

  

You can join the discussion on the GPU Strongarm Graphics card support on the OC3D Forums

 

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07-05-2016, 08:30:59

DarthDudo
I think the design needs some work it although functional it looks too bulky.Quote

07-05-2016, 10:02:22

AverageNinja
I think your article has made quite an impact for their Kickstarter. When your article was just published, £81 had been pledged (in more two days time). It's at £376 at the moment. I'm tempted to pledge £10 myself, although I don't have a desktop PC.Quote

07-05-2016, 14:54:35

Legacy-ZA
Slot in a holed mesh between the metal/plastic frame for more airflow... Your welcome.Quote

07-05-2016, 16:20:52

demonking
wow wish i'd thought of this. I can see these guys getting bought out pretty quick, one manufacturer has got to pick this up.Quote

07-05-2016, 17:46:50

KTM_RULZ
I wish you well and realize this is a prototype but there are some problems I spotted. In the pic the graphics card seems shorter than the bracket so it does not rest on the flat part of it. In that case if you relay on the power cables to bear the weight, well I don't think that would be wise. The vibrations by the card's fans might destroy the cable sleeves. And by watching the video, I don't think that you can use thumb screws to mount the bracket at all. Doesn't look to have enough clearance. Last but not least the bracket covers the card's logo.Quote
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