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Need a tiny pcie power plug

Thommyknocker
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I thought I measured correct and I did but I forgot to account for the pcie power plugs on the gpu. Oops. I have found these https://www.moddiy.com/products/Special-Mini-Low%2dProfile-8%2dPin-to-8%2dPin-PCI%2dE-Extension-Cable-(15cm).html I'm iffy on buying from odd ball sites that I have never herd of before.  I don't like the idea of hacking up the card eyther I can do it just really don't want to. Anyone know of anything better?

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4 minutes ago, knightslugger said:

Hmm... direct solder?

I agree with you, seems like the best option.

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This is what you might be able to solve the issue with : 
https://www.moddiy.com/products/PCIE-90-Degree-Angle-Low-Profile-8%2dPin-6%2dPin-Connector-Extension-Cable.html

 

moody is fine, its not fancy but its ok.

 

but like, yeah. a card that has the conectors somewhere else would have been the best option sadly. 

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I can buy myself a few mm but not very much by tilting the internal frame of the case just a bit 

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