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

james4832

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Post office economy more than 14 working days 6 $
Post office standard about 10 ~ 14 working days 13 $
EMS about 4 to 6 working days 21 $

We do not have 30mm B
We have 100mm 150mm ..... 500mm B
Thank you for your reply, sorry, I meant the 300mm cable.
 
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maxchu765

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Are there any images/diagrams that show the specific measurements from the PCIe bracket to the riser? I'm trying to figure out the where to put mounting holes for the riser pcb in relation to the PCIe cutouts.
 

yawacool

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Hello everyone
Some people want to know the direction of cable bending
I think of a simple little way
Just a piece of paper against our reference size
Can make a simple bending direction
( Assembly demonstration)

If you do not have a cable
You can use paper folded into a rectangle
And the designated PCIE PIN A1, A82 and B1, B82
You can start to bend




Please note that the PCB can not be bent













 

BaK

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Well done with the bending!
Trying the right way to do it for my current project gave me headaches several times! :confused:

With the cable of yours, what height/space needs the right angle fold in the middle?
23-25mm maybe? Like what @iFreilicht mentionned here: https://smallformfactor.net/forum/t...the-liheat-flexible-pcie-riser.434/#post-8760


Apart from that, this kind of flat cable can obstruct airflow in some configuration, @yawacool do you think arranging the wires to have a rounded PCIe x16 cable would be doable?

Two options (cross section) that I think of, not with the right number of wires, but to show you the idea:
 

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Well done with the bending!
Trying the right way to do it for my current project gave me headaches several times! :confused:

With the cable of yours, what height/space needs the right angle fold in the middle?
23-25mm maybe? Like what @iFreilicht mentionned here: https://smallformfactor.net/forum/t...the-liheat-flexible-pcie-riser.434/#post-8760


Apart from that, this kind of flat cable can obstruct airflow in some configuration, @yawacool do you think arranging the wires to have a rounded PCIe x16 cable would be doable?

Two options (cross section) that I think of, not with the right number of wires, but to show you the idea:
Your idea is very good
If we do it, that will be another kind of patent
but
It should not be so troublesome
You can look at Amphenol





(With the cable of yours, what height/space needs the right angle fold in the middle?
23-25mm maybe?)
I do not quite understand this question
Can you elaborate or give me a picture?
(my English is not good)
Do you mean this?Red circle
Here are more reference sizes
 

BaK

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Your idea is very good
If we do it, that will be another kind of patent
but
It should not be so troublesome
You can look at Amphenol
Thanks for the link, I will have a look at Amphenol. :)

I would like to try making such a rounded PCIe cable, is 28AWG the smallest wire that can be used for PCIe?


(With the cable of yours, what height/space needs the right angle fold in the middle?
23-25mm maybe?)
I do not quite understand this question
Can you elaborate or give me a picture?
(my English is not good)
Do you mean this?Red circle
Here are more reference sizes
Sorry if I was not clear enough.
Yes I think it is 11mm (or maybe 10mm), to be sure, here is the measure I was asking for:
 

yawacool

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Thanks for the link, I will have a look at Amphenol. :)

I would like to try making such a rounded PCIe cable, is 28AWG the smallest wire that can be used for PCIe?
You can check the AWG form
The larger the AWG number, the smaller the wire diameter
The smaller the wire diameter, the lower the current that can be sustained
For example: 30AWG diameter <28AWG diameter
(Please note the red box)


Sorry if I was not clear enough.
Yes I think it is 11mm (or maybe 10mm), to be sure, here is the measure I was asking for:

The height of this figure about you is about 7mm
If you want to squeeze can reach 3.6mm
 

yawacool

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To update to the first page
Technical information update

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
 

mejobloggs

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How much would shipping to New Zealand be? also, would I be able to have access to the 3d model for the 30mm B type riser you mentioned earlier?
How'd you go with delivery to NZ? Did you purchase off their ebay, or how did you purchase?

I'm also in NZ and want to buy a couple of Li-Heat products (pci riser and front Chassis thing as seen here: http://www.liheat.com.tw/en/product_cg227483.html)

Which type of rise would I get if I just wanted to move the GPU sideways away from the CPU a bit?

E.g (horizontal line is motherboard, vertical is GPU)

From ___| to ___.....|

I think "PCI-E Riser Cable 100mm A.type" ? Just want to confirm
 
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yawacool

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How'd you go with delivery to NZ? Did you purchase off their ebay, or how did you purchase?

I'm also in NZ and want to buy a couple of Li-Heat products (pci riser and front Chassis thing as seen here: http://www.liheat.com.tw/en/product_cg227483.html)

Which type of rise would I get if I just wanted to move the GPU sideways away from the CPU a bit?

E.g (horizontal line is motherboard, vertical is GPU)

From ___| to ___.....|

I think "PCI-E Riser Cable 100mm A.type" ? Just want to confirm
Hi @mejobloggs Thank you very much for your inquiry.

Please check here 100mm A.type

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