flexible

  1. Marwan

    Concept The ]M[-itx 2-in-1: 7.4 to 9.7 resize-able Case

    HI All, I would like to introduce you to my second attempt in a casing. its a concept that i have been keeping for more than a year. I got consumed with my other project the console style casing. it is a tower casing with the goal a foot print that is exactly of a CD pack in it's smallest...
  2. yawacool

    How to choose a PCIe flexible riser card

    According to the principle of high-speed differential signaling PCIe I / O interface, x16 is = 164pin; So do not want to be the victim of inferior products, Do not buy the total number of wiring, or power specifications marked unclear products, Detailed introduction to PCIE...
  3. yawacool

    The PCIe flexible riser card has standard features from Li-heat Ltd.

    Edit date 2018/9/12 Technical specifications The most complete PCIe x16 GEN3.0 extension adapter X16 GEN3 system 1M long serial test: X4 GEN3 system 1M long, no loss of the series test: Support for Intel and AMD New published video: In fact,PCIe this interface,its pin contains three...
  4. iFreilicht

    Flexible PCIe risers

    A lot of new case designs are using flexible PCIe risers, and for a good reason. They allow for flexibility when placing the GPU, enabling much more efficient layouts. There are many different risers out there, so I thought it would be helpful to have a thread where we can collect information...
  5. iFreilicht

    The HDPLEX Silicon flexible PCIe riser

    Received the HDPLEX Silicon riser (click "Package contents" for more pictures) today and boy what a great riser that is. This might be the one I've been looking for all this time. Short facts: Costs about 1/3rd of the 3M riser, about the same as the LiHeat Is thinner than any other riser in...
  6. iFreilicht

    Dissection of the LiHeat flexible PCIe riser

    Welp, here goes nothing. As you all know, run-of-the-mill PCIe ribbon cables have all sorts of issues regarding EMI, effectively reducing the maximum possible bandwidth, apart from looking like IDE cables from the 90s. LiHeat promises to offer a reliable and better looking but affordable...