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Custom Design RGB GPU Support Bracket


$89.99



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    • 19.99 $
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GPU Support Bracket, 4 long thread thumbscrews, a threaded bump stop holder, a short bump stop, and a long bump stop.

Optional: A-RGB remote (SATA Powered), Corsair iCUE cable, & Gigabyte Fusion VDG Cable

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  1. Great quality

    1955ariver (verified owner) on Corsair Spectrum White RGB GPU Support Bracket

    Super impressed with the quality and how it eliminates all sag on the graphic card, Plus it looks awesome!!! Beautiful piece!!

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  2. A fancy and functional addition to your build!

    wolfstar95 (verified owner) on EVGA Spectrum RGB GPU Support Bracket

    Pros:
    -Bright individually-addressable RGB LEDs
    -Sturdy material with strong-printed design
    -Looks exactly like it does in the product picture
    -One-size fits all, even with my giant EVGA RTX 2070 FTW3 Ultra
    -4 different pegs with 2 rows of mounting holes to accommodate different graphics card thicknesses and fan locations
    -3 options to control the RGB lighting (I’m using MSI Mystic Light with the Marquee setting using an ARGB motherboard header)

    Cons:
    -Blocks at least 2 PCI slots below the graphics card (2 for the GPU and 2 beneath the GPU)
    -A bit cumbersome to install and set the support peg
    -Bracket has horizontal flex, so it may slide if supporting on a sloped fan housing

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  3. Darth Vader would be jealous

    jeffjones810 (verified owner) on Custom Design RGB GPU Support Bracket

    The brackets are awesome, and do the added job of hiding almost all of my poor cable management skills (still need to work on training those power cables) It was especially nice they come setup to connect to multiple different power sources for the RGB including the Corsair Cue specific connector.

    V1Tech did a great job of working me to get the right style down for all of my parts, and the final products look exactly as I intended

    If I was to lodge a complaint it would be nice for them to have options for the screws to be in different colors. Normal case thumb screws don’t seem to quite hold the bracket in tight enough and I didn’t want to risk my cards to it so I went with their black screws. But having, for me, the option of red would have been great.

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  4. One person found this helpful

    Looks pretty

    false (verified owner) on EVGA Spectrum RGB GPU Support Bracket

    My initial order was replaced for free due to a misunderstanding, which is why V1 Tech is great. It also looks great in my build, but unfortunately doesn’t serve much purpose as it just can’t really hold up a FTW3 Hybrid. They also package their products absolutely superbly, better than some billion dollar companies.

    I rated this three stars because the side-firing RGB strip in my replacement bracket was defective and I had to pay for an additional strip to replace the one that was faulty. I was told it was damaged in shipping, but based on how amazing they package their products, I have my doubts. I didn’t open the package immediately, so they were unable to file a mail insurance claim, so definitely part of that is on me.

    The image below shows a modification that is necessary to do if you want to use this in an Evolv X.

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  5. Looks and works great!

    dtaylor1985 (verified owner) on EVGA Spectrum RGB GPU Support Bracket

    Picked this up to support my 1080Ti FTW3 Hybrid and it’s working great. The shroud on my card was about 2mm too tall to be able to have the whole bracket itself support the card so I had to drop it down a slot and use the 2nd tallest brace. Took me a couple minutes to realize that in iCue you have to set it to show as 2 rgb strips or you don’t get all the LEDs going, but once I got it set up it works great.

    One small thing to note, and maybe it’s just an issue on my end, but when I select green in iCue, the LEDs are red, and when I select red, they are green. Simple fix by just swapping the color in the software, but figured it was worth a mention if you run into the same problem.

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We recommend installing the bump stop and routing/plugging in the LED cable (If RGB) before mounting the bracket for an easier installation. To mount the bump stop, choose which side you want to mount it on the bracket, put two of the thumb screws through the bump stop and bracket, and then screw it in by hand to the small rectangle pieces with two threaded holes. Next you will need to remove 2 screws from the PCIE Slot Covers at the rear of your case. Usually, this will be the 2 screws underneath the 2 that secure your Graphics Card to the case. For larger cards that take up 2.5 slots or more, you may need to use a lower slot. If your card needs to be mounted in a lower slot, use the taller bump stop. We recommend putting the support bracket up to where it will be mounted to visualize where the bump stop will be needed.

All our RGB Mod Parts come with this connector on the cable by default. See below options on how to power/control the LEDs.

Option 1 (Included): Connect the RGB Cable directly into your motherboards 3 Pin 5V RGB Header, Razer Chroma Addressable RGB Controller, EKWB D-RGB Loop Connect, or your own 5v 3Pin Controller. Make sure not to connect to a 12V 4 pin header, as that will kill the LEDs.

Option 2 (Optional/Sold Separately): To use the RF remote to control your LEDs simply connect the SATA Power Cable to any SATA Power cable from your power supply unit. Connect the other side to the LED connector.

  

Option 3 (Optional/Sold Separately): To use Corsair iCUE to control and power your LEDs, simply connect the Corsair iCUE cable adapter to the RGB Cable, and then plug the adapter into a Corsair Commander Pro, Node Pro, CORSAIR iCUE Commander CORE, or Commander Mini unit. Connect the other side to the LED connector. In Corsair iCUE’s software make sure to set the product to *2 LED STRIPS* as ours are denser!

Option 4 (Optional/Sold Separately): Connect to a Gigabyte/Aorus Motherboard Fusion 5V 3 Pin VDG Header. Connect the other side to the LED connector.

 

All orders are custom made to order in Dallas, TX USA!

Turnaround times are currently under 7 days which does not include shipping times mentioned at checkout!

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