Not if you buy the right extension. It isnt pretty but its lossless up to 1m on PCIE3 and PCIE4. If you buy a 40 dollar extension you will have issues though.forget cooling... it's only something you can do without performance issues with last gen pcie. pcie 4.x has very tight tolerances for the electrical signals and any kind of extension is going to cause problems in the form of signal errors.
I've got an itx that has it this way.... Works fine for my case, fans basically point straight at vent in case so no issues with drawing air in. Since the case was designed for this mounting it came with the necessary cabling. Small case (compared to my mid/full towers) yet fits a full size GPU, much more portable and skinnier with the GPU mounted vertical.L@@king for a new case and kinda like the idea of going vertical
case I'm thinking of going with has vertical GPU mounting, Corsair Obsidian 500d RBG SE
The Thermaltake cable works pretty well. They offer a few different lengths, and even the cheapest one they sell currently works just fine for me.Thanks all
was sold until the comment of $40 extension cable.
We used to mine, and go figure, just threw all the extension stuff out. Micro center has the thermal take extension cable, for $40. Was gonna give it a go
agree! we got one at the local MicroCenter and has working Solid for me.The Thermaltake cable works pretty well. They offer a few different lengths, and even the cheapest one they sell currently works just fine for me.
They did offer a different version of the cable when the Core P5 first went on sale that didn't work perfectly for everyone, but that was years ago. The cable they offer now is different. I've had one of both the new and old designs, and they both worked for me.
I guess you havent seen this type of ducting before, it has a metal wire running through it.because static does not ark. kinda playing with fire, can't believe it lasted that long.
You should take a look for C700M. It also has the PCIe Riser in the bunder. Worth Looking this.