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The new addition to your system: Cooler Master introduces RGB video card support

Incorporate a powerful and massive video card into your computer system and fear that its connection to the motherboard won't be in the load? Get to know ELV8

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Graphics cards with air coolers are getting bigger and heavier than ever in recent generations, and this presents new challenges for motherboard makers who have to offer mechanically reinforced PCI-Express connectors to support weights that can approach one kilogram without leading to failure and breakage sooner or later . Company The famous one believes it has a more effective solution to this challenge - and one that will also decorate your chassis.

Taiwanese manufacturer launched Its new ELV8 solution, Which is intended to be an external supporter for Heavy Duty - Anchors it into a standard slot in the slot below the required card, and uses a metal leg that can be moved horizontally and vertically for a perfect location to distribute the loads on the motherboard. A fairly elegant solution to a known problem - especially in an era when multi-card arrays that do not leave unoccupied slots in the case become rarer.

Help your motherboard withstand the load - and do it with style

As a bonus, the ELV8 includes a dedicated 5 Volt connection to the motherboard that will enable its built-in color RGB illumination, which can be synchronized to color illumination mechanisms from major manufacturers (ASUS, , And Gigabyte). B- It will even provide deeper support and programming of the LED light strip in the product through their MasterPlus application when connecting the ELV8 through a custom control controller (sold separately).

The supporter should fit into any video card, any And every chassis around - all it takes is one expansion slot underneath the graphics card to allow it to perform its job properly

The recommended price of the ELV8 will be around 20 pounds in the United Kingdom (including a local equivalent of VAT) and 25 dollars (excluding tax) in the United States - so if you were missing another material component to a system with colored disco lights coming out of it, now You probably can sleep better at night.


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    1. However, the price is higher, and an anonymous manufacturer with user scores does not compliment anything.

  1. Quote of yonatan.mendelson

    However, the price is higher, and an anonymous manufacturer with user scores does not compliment anything.

    I only came up with another design option, obviously the master-collar is better and more reliable.

    Of course there are also Chinese for a few shekels ..

  2. Supporters of this type (those who connect to the slots available under a video card) are not useful and ineffective in the idol. Definitely do not recommend anyone to buy these types, believe me I have tried it, and it just does not justify what it is intended to do.
    If anyone wants to support approx. It has a heavy screen, just fix that kind of leg that stands in the corner of it. A screen, where one end of the foot supports the approx. Screen, while the other end of the leg simply stands below the chassis on the chassis floor - the ones that support the video cards that really do the job, but not the ones here in the story.
    You want RGB, no problem, I've also seen types of "leg" with RGB illumination, if you look.

  3. By the way, just after I wrote my first comment, just after that I clicked on the link that brought No-One, and the truth is exactly what I wrote in my first comment, exactly as such. Screen I mean, only those of the kind on No-One's link do the work of support. screen.

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