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PCIe riser cables screw displacement

doggy96
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Hey guys,

 

I'm 3D modeling some things and I'd like to know if there are some standardized dimensions/displacements for PCIe riser cables. I've been googling different risers and it seems like there are different types (therefore displacements) for mounting riser cables (for example Cooler Master and Thermaltake risers), are they making it suitable just for their products or they are somewhat universal?

 

Links of spec sheets or something similar would be more than welcome, I just killed few hrs googling with no decent answer...

 

Thanks!

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6 minutes ago, doggy96 said:

Hey guys,

 

I'm 3D modeling some things and I'd like to know if there are some standardized dimensions/displacements for PCIe riser cables. I've been googling different risers and it seems like there are different types (therefore displacements) for mounting riser cables (for example Cooler Master and Thermaltake risers), are they making it suitable just for their products or they are somewhat universal?

 

Links of spec sheets or something similar would be more than welcome, I just killed few hrs googling with no decent answer...

 

Thanks!

I wouldn't say it's universal.
If the manufacturer also selling a bracket, then they simply make one that suits their own bracket.
If not, then they may take whichever dimension they want. Either copy-pasting others or not.


There's Phanteks, Lian-Li, CableMod, CoolerMaster, Thermaltake, and various other companies including obscure brands on aliexpress.

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