Cooler Master MasterAccessory Universal GPU Support Holder for 3 GPU
The Cooler Master Universal Graphics Card Holder will make your system look better than before. Sagging cards will be a thing of the past!
• Product Name: Universal Graphics Card Holder with three supports
• Model number: MCA-U000R-KGHT00
• Colour: Dark metallic grey, black lockable plastic supports
• Materials: Steel bar, Plastic supports, Magnetic feet
• Dimensions (LxWxH): Length: 375mm
• Thickness: 7mm
• Supports: 58 x 24 x 13mm
• Net Weight: 0.1580Kg
• Requirement: Full tower cases
• Supports: 3 supports with provided 3M stickers for extra support
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Date Issued: 14th Aug 2017
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Date Issued: 1st Jun 2017
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Date Issued: 19th Apr 2017
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Date Issued: 10th Mar 2017
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Date Issued: 7th Jul 2016
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Date Issued: 9th May 2016
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Date Issued: 14th Sep 2015
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Date Issued: 10th Sep 2015
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Date Issued: 20th Aug 2015
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Date Issued: 1st Jun 2015
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Date Issued: 19th Mar 2015
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Date Issued: 18th Sep 2014
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Date Issued: 22nd Oct 2008
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Date Issued: 20th Oct 2008
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Date Issued: 20th Oct 2008
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Date Issued: 20th Oct 2008
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