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Old 12-03-2018, 08:39 AM
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I like the HMI. That's super cool.
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how did you support gpu?

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The GPU is vertical. The PCI slot has the tab at the back so that holds it in place, there are multiple notches in the PCIE slot so it obviously cant just slide out. That said the PCIE is all thats holding the GPU. I've had my 980 like that for nearly 2 years. No problem. the 1070ti in the photo has been running like that on my first wall mount for about a year. Again no problem.

If I was to swap in something like an EVGA FTW3 thats heavy then I would add something to support it but for this thing, its not needed.

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