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Cooler Master Universal Vertical GPU Holder Kit V.2

Cooler Master Universal Vertical GPU Holder Kit Ver.2, Modular, Adjustable, Riser Cable V.2 Included, Black

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Scan code: LN109088 Manufacturer code: MCA-U000R-KFVK01
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Product Overview

Please Note: Images are for display purposes only. Graphics card not included.


Make of It What You Will

The Cooler Master Universal Graphics Card Holder Kit Version 2 comes redesigned for maximum compatibility and easy installation. The revolutionary accessory returns with a new design that allows the bracket to move back and forth to accommodate all standard ATX chassis and various sizes of graphics cards. A high-quality version 2 riser cable is included to complete the kit. Installation is painless: Connect the riser cable to the motherboard, install the GPU holder to the chassis, then install the GPU to the holder itself and you’re set.


Showcase Your Graphics Card

The vertical graphics card holder Kit allows vertical installation of a GPU to better show off the visual design of the GPU and its cooler.


Compatible with All Standard ATX Chassis

The newly revised vertical graphics card holder kit fits all standard ATX chassis with at least 7 available PCI slots.


Modular, Instantly Adjustable Design

The position of the GPU can move back and forth to allow cables to pass through chassis with either closed or open PCI slots.


Durable, High Quality Materials

Thick SGCC steel prevents the largest and heaviest GPUs from bending the GPU holder.


Cooler Master Riser Cable Version 2 Included

A high quality Cooler Master version 2 riser cable completes the vertical GPU holder package.

Features
• Showcase your graphics card
• Compatible with all standard ATX chassis
• Modular, instantly adjustable design
• Durable, high quality materials
• Cooler Master Riser Cable Version 2 included
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
24 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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