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Vertical GPU Mount - Free to use

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP

Introduction:

I always wanted to mount my GPU vertically ever since I first saw people do it. However, I already bought my case by then and was not going to upgrade anytime soon. I couldn't find any vertical mounts online so when I got a 3D printer last Christmas 2017 I decided to make my own.

The mount works and is strong enough to hold my GPU.

 

Printing:

  • Prints in 3 parts.
  • Part one - 20% infill, scaffolding.
  • Part two - 100% infill, scaffolding.
  • Part three - 100% infill, scaffolding.

 

Notes: READ ME!

  • You will need the following; 1x PCIE riser, 2x screws (holds gpu in place, no need to actually tighten anything), 90 degree upward DisplayPort or HDMI adapters.
  • Ignore some of the random lines on the models, they shouldn't affect anything. They're just extra vertices from slicing/joining faces together.
  • This was designed specifically for my PC. The important parts for this mod are as follows;
    • Case: Corsair Graphite Series 760T
    • GPU: ASUS Strix 980ti OC
    • RAM: Corsair Vengeance LED
    • MOBO: Gigabyte Z170x Gaming 6
    • AIO: Corsair H100i v2
    • Wi-Fi Adapter: ASUS PCE-AC88

 

Pictures:

Vertical GPU Mount Part 1.PNG

Vertical GPU Mount Part 2.PNG

Vertical GPU Mount Part 3.PNG

Vertical GPU Mount Part 4.PNG

Vertical GPU Mount Part 5.PNG

Vertical GPU Mount Part 6.PNG

Vertical GPU Mount Part 7.PNG

Vertical GPU Mount Part 8.PNG

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License: Personal use only, No derivatives, Non-commercial (I don't want to see anyone selling my work)

  • I say no derivatives but if it doesn't fit your PC then obviously I won't hold it against you.
  • Only part that I will allow changing is part three, put your own logo or design on it.

Give proper credit please, I spent a long time on this.

If you printed this, and it works post pictures xD

 

Vertical GPU Mount Part 1.stl

Vertical GPU Mount Part 2.stl

Vertical GPU Mount Part 3.stl

 

 

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP
6 minutes ago, TrigrH said:

Wait you actually did it correctly? This is the first vertical mount i've seen where the GPU isn't sniffing the glass xD

It'll be blocking pcie slots. I can use my Wi-Fi adapter because it's not too wide.

But yes it doesn't go right against the side panel. So as long as you don't need those extra slots it's okay.

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1 minute ago, Drenkai said:

It'll be blocking pics slots. I can use my Wi-Fi adapter because it's not too wide.

But yes it doesn't go right against the side panel. So as long as you don't need those extra slots it's okay.

take some photos of the cables and from above

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, TrigrH said:

take some photos of the cables and from above

 

I would but I'm still waiting for my riser and adapters to arrive. Just finished this yesterday.

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On 1/11/2018 at 11:06 PM, Drenkai said:

I would but I'm still waiting for my riser and adapters to arrive. Just finished this yesterday.

 

Any more progress? Also can you upload the stl please? I would really like to try this...


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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP
On 2/10/2018 at 7:24 PM, ninjapants said:

 

Any more progress? Also can you upload the stl please? I would really like to try this...

I just got the display port adapter. Everything fits nicely but I need to make some adjustments to the model. I'll post links when they're ready.

 

EDIT: Added models and updated pictures.

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