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Hi, I was wondering what will happen if you let graphic card sag?

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nothing really beyond an eye sore. but if it is an issue, you can try this trick:

 

 

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51 minutes ago, CitricLemons said:

Hi, I was wondering what will happen if you let graphic card sag?

TECHNICALLY it puts strain on the PCIE slot and IN THEORY could cause damage to the slot over a very long period of time. In reality as said above, nothing really. Although a sagging gpu is a sign of stress on the board and if you move the computer around a lot a sagging gpu has a better chance of ripping the slot off the board as its clearly fairly heavy.

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