Guys,i want to change my GPU into Vertical Position,I have one GTX 1080Ti,can you give a suggestions about which PCI E Riser Cable i used to?and work without any problems (no signal at monitor,blank,etc)..
Thermaltake is the greatest one vendor but price for the cable is expensive,more review for that and i see more negative reviews for that cable (Thermaltake PCI e Extender/Riser)..
Please help me guys..
My PSU is EVGA 850 G2 Supernova 850Watt..
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  1. If you move it to "vertical" position, isn't that going to mean that the rear of the card is no longer matching up with the slot in the back of the case? That'll make it harder to connect to your monitor, & therefore increase the risk of "no signal at the monitor" that you're trying to avoid.

  2. I would avoid TT riser cable according to that video for sure.

    Seems the 3M extension cable (Mentioned in comments below) seems to be a better brand -

    Do the research and if the 3m brand costs more than the TT and you find is more consistent with positive feed back then consider it.

    Riser adapters can come in different forms, the TT extender you described in the video above is an extender cable which you can extend to another slot opening of the case - Long as nothing of the motherboard is blocking easy access to video ports mentioned above.
  3. I build my custom bracket from plate,and the connector was fine..but i was looking for the cable riser that can be match with my GPU 1080Ti..
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    Thats fine. Have a look here at some of the different riser cables. Seems the twin axial cable is the way to go in terms of quality and performance which the riser brand 3M cable is highly regarded.

    Hope it helps.
  5. My pc was always crashing using a default riser cable from thermaltake (GTX 1080TI Gaming X) I ordered the Premium cable and this works great, i tought i would let you know, because i was searching for an answer myself and i didn't know it would work till i tested it :)
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