ASUS ROG Strix PCIe 3.0 x16 Vertical Riser 240mm Extension Cable
ASUS ROG Strix RS200 PCIe 3.0 x16 Riser Cable, 240mm, 90° Female PCIe, EMI Shielded, Slim-Flat Construction
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Patent Safeslot™ PCIe Design
Disclaimer: The ROG STRIX Premium Riser Cable is designed for only mounting GPU's vertically. Please check riser cable specification and make sure your case has enough space for vertical GPU mounting.
ROG STRIX Premium riser cable with a slim, flat and foldable design allows you to mount and display your graphics card vertically and makes cable management easier. The patent SafeSlot™ PCIe design makes sure your graphics card's connection more stable and safe. With a length of 240mm and compatible with the PCI-E x 16 3.0 standard, the riser cable features a high-frequency and low-resistance PCB design to reduce interference. The exterior has been covered with EMI shielding to completely block interference and performance degradation. Ideal for ROG Strix Helios and compatible cases.
Patent SafeSlot™ PCIe
ASUS Patent SafeSlot™ design makes sure your graphics card connection is more stable and safe. Featuring a new single-step, insert-molding manufacturing process that integrates fortifying metal and additional solder points, SafeSlot™ provides stronger PCIe device retention and greater shearing resistance.
Bendable, Flexibility And Efficiency
Due to its light weight, resistance to corrosion, flexibility, and processing advantages, this cable has a slim, flat and foldable design which does not affect the cable transmission efficiency and stability, and makes cable management easier.
The cable uses EMI shielding to completely block interference and performance degradation.
Strengthen Connection Protection
The strengthen protection with ROG logo has been printed on both sides to avoid signal loss and enhance the durability when connecting to the motherboard and the riser cable is folded or twisted in order to maximize the internal space and optimize the airflow.
Dimensions: 240 x 127 x 10 mm (LxWxH)
Specification: PCI-E 3.0 x16
Note: This product is only compatible for devices that support the PCI-E 3.0 specification. If you use this product with a motherboard that supports PCI-E 4.0, please enter into BIOS option and select PCIE 3.0 before installation.
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