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

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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 voltage sources,and SMBus、JTAG、TRST #、WAKE # ... and so on the control circuit,

And in addition to the performance of some of the performance,PCIe interface products,have to comply with the electrical safety capacity and including EMI control and other legal requirements

So PCIe extended adapter card PCB,its two sides should be used for wiring,or interface,the pin can not be a complete docking

In this way,not only easily lead to many problems of performance instability,but also cause a lot of controversial eventssuch as electrical safety capacity failed

(Further verification: Please search Wikipedia、intel、and AWG safe ammeter、and high-speed cable EMI shielding type、refer to USB)


Fortunately, according to our patented technology produced by PCIe extension adapter,its PCB is a two welding surface,

PCIe x16 a total of 180 of the wiring (AWG # 30),which part of the x1 52 lines,12 for 12V = 2.4A

And its wiring position,and the internal cable of the flat cable,all of the EMI shielding material to cover up,

So we have a complete interface specifications and GEN3 some of the performance,and to comply with electrical safety capacity and EMI control requirements

In particular,our cable width is only 70% of the interface size (such as x16 = 57mm),but also the flexibility to bend the bifurcation

This technical feature is not only easy to identify,but also support the smaller spacing of the interface pin,replace M.2 or sff-8639 and other secondary interface,

This is a bifurcated cable that can no longer be spaced, and can not be done with cables that are shielded by high and low dielectrics (such as HDMI).

(Patent Chinese Search: CN 103579857 B / English Search: US 9,215,834 B2)

Our finished product specifications and prices


Technical comparison

Interestingly,as long as the PCIe extension adapter card wire,all welded on the side of the PCB,at least 35% less manufacturing costs,but why the connector industry leader Amphenol and 3M's R & D team,they are not Can you think of this good idea?

Perhaps they already knew that the practice would violate the hardware agreement (x16 minimum 25w) and electrical regulations,this product can not be sold,

If this is true, then control the pin is not wired, but marked the PCIe interface product is a fake, you want to return is no reason。

(Mark the wrong caserefer to the news http://tw.weibo.com/nike/4086235817525364)



For more technical information, please visit http://www.liheat.com.tw/en/index.html
Technical characteristics

PCIe includes x16 minimum 25W interface requirements,
High-frequency equipment must be obscured and two regulations must be followed for electrical safety.
LI-HEAT's PCI-E riser cable is a rare legal item on the market.

1. Four-layer circuit board design, double-sided wiring, total wiring of 180, complete PCI Express interface to ensure the integrity and stability of GEN3 signal

2. Complete EMI shielding structure, including the cable joints are covered
To prevent the interference of radio waves and the health of the human body due to leakage


3. Compared with the minimum requirements of the PCIE x16 minimum 25W power supply, and 3M 12V*10 lines (2A=25w)


Our rated power: 12V*12 lines (2.4A=28.8w)




(Other technical products currently on the market fail to meet the minimum 25W regulations)
Note: This calculation is based on the AWG wire used in the chassis, #30 safe current = 0.2A, maximum 0.228A,
Therefore, this product does not support any device that exceeds 40w, but does not provide power sockets, such as 45~75w drawing and display cards.

More PCIE power technology comparisons http://www.liheat.com.tw/en/hot_286071.html





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Great resources, the drawings are extremely helpful! If you want, you can ask @Aibohphobia for permission to post links to your own website and to your ebay store. Many people have trouble finding your ebay store to purchase your risers, so that will be helpful for them.
Thank you for your reminder
 

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Sorry if this is kinda out of context, but what tape do you use to shield the extender? The matte black tape covering the flexible cable.
I really can't find any on the market...
 

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Sorry if this is kinda out of context, but what tape do you use to shield the extender? The matte black tape covering the flexible cable.
I really can't find any on the market...
Conductive anti - magnetic cloth

In our technical means
It is a necessary work item

Therefore, our patent is a specification of the technology

 

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Great post! I can link my customers/modder friends to it so they can choose cables for their builds

I had Goldfinger stuck in my head the whole time reading/watching the video. Definitely the best James Bond song.
 
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Do not use a graphics card without an additional power outlet!

Our current plan is to 12V 3A
5.5A There are no plans yet
So this means I can't use a GTX 1050 or 1050 Ti with it? That's a bummer. I will want to buy one of these cables in the future, but it'll have to be when I get a more powerful GPU.
 
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Regarding the flexibility of the riser:
Would you be able to make an estimation if a setup like this would be achievable with one of your 300mm A -Type risers?

I had problems in the past with other (thicker, two-layer) risers where the "inner" layer would undulate considerably when the riser forms a stretched out full 360° turn. To a point where they wouldn't fit in the relatively narrow passage anymore.
 
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So this means I can't use a GTX 1050 or 1050 Ti with it? That's a bummer. I will want to buy one of these cables in the future, but it'll have to be when I get a more powerful GPU.
YES
Because if you use a GPU without additional power
The power supply will exceed the load
So our technology has instructions

(B).rated power:

12V = 2.4A; 3.3V = 1.4 + 0.4A; (PCI-SIG rated power: 12V = 5.5A; 3.3V = 3.0 + 0.4A)

Based on electrical safety considerations:

(B-1). Do not use a graphics card without an additional power outlet!

(B-2). 30cm long / expansion card Do not exceed the TDP value of 45W;

(B-3).50cm long / expansion card Do not exceed the TDP value of 35W;

If you are interested can query
"7851. PCIe_designGuides.pdf" on pages 19 and 20
 
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Regarding the flexibility of the riser:
Would you be able to make an estimation if a setup like this would be achievable with one of your 300mm A -Type risers?

I had problems in the past with other (thicker, two-layer) risers where the "inner" layer would undulate considerably when the riser forms a stretched out full 360° turn. To a point where they wouldn't fit in the relatively narrow passage anymore.
If you need a lower height
You can select D.type

A.type 300mm


D.type 300mm



B.type 300mm
 

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Can the 57mm cable run a card without an additional power outlet?