Currently, more and more chassis support vertical graphics card installations in the installation market. For vertical graphics, though, “I took a photo and got it back.” In addition, in general, not all chassis come standard with all the hardware or cables required for a vertical installation of the graphics card. Asus has released such a new product to address the needs of users from time to time. Asus released this PCIe transfer line nameised rog Strix PCIe Riser cable, the market time has not been announced, the price has not been announced.
For Asus, which does not produce lights but sells them better than lamp factories, the ROG Strix PCIe Riser cable does not have a lamp. Right, the cable is 240mm long and does nautoslight, but that doesn’t prevent the length of vertical graphics installation in most chassis. This should be included in asus history, should be the ROG Strix family’s first product without lights! Without a light product, but a soul?
As for the product, the ROG Strix PCIe Riser cable materials can be said to be sincere. The ROG Strix PCIe Riser cable is wrapped in durable flat rubber and is about 20cm long. With no-light ROG Strix PCIe Riser cable selling durability, multiple layers of shielding and pull-resistant protection wrapped on the wire, EMI shields can prevent interference from degrading performance, efficient transmission and transmission stability, asus said this product is much more durable than similar products on the market today.
In addition, the PCB of the ROG Strix PCIe Riser cable is thickened and the included PCIE x16 slot is metal shielded and reinforced. Officials say the product is 1.8 times more durable than the slot slot slots on the motherboard. Just, who ever plugged the slot on the motherboard? In addition, the Asus Safe Slot patented technology, which is used on many ROG boards, is also used on this PCIe transfer line. More importantly, with the home computer motherboard price 1.8 times, can you buy this product?
What do you think of this asus product without lights?