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Thermaltake adds 3 types 600mm long PCI-Express 4.0 riser cables


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Thermaltake announced the "TT Premium PCI-E 4.0 Extender" series of PCI-Express 4.0 riser cables equipped with an electromagnetic interference shield mechanism using conductive polymer.

 

The riser cables are compatible with PCI-Express 4.0 that can bring out the performance of the latest graphics cards. There are two types of cable lengths, 600 mm and 300 mm, and a 90 ° angle change model is available for the 300 mm model. The cable is a flat cable that is easy to handle even in a small case, and is equipped with an electromagnetic interference shield made of conductive polymer. It is also equipped with a cable protector that prevents damage to the cable and avoids signal loss.

 

TT Premium PCI-E 4.0 Extender 600mm (Model: AC-059-CO1OTN-C1)

https://www.thermaltake.com/tt-premium-pci-e-4-0-extender-600mm.html

TT Premium PCI- E 4.0 Extender 300mm (Model: AC-058-CO1OTN-C1)

https://www.thermaltake.com/tt-premium-pci-e-4-0-extender-300mm.html

TT Premium PCI-E 4.0 Extender 300mm with 90 degree adapter (model number: AC-058-CO1OTN-C2)

https://www.thermaltake.com/tt-premium-pci-e-4-0-extender-300mm-with-90-degree-adapter.html

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On 29/05/2021 at 03:45, ENTERPRISE said:

 

...interesting addition. I ended up getting a white Linkup PCIe 4.0 riser as TT didn't offer this yet. However, the TT PCIe 3.0 risers that came with two TT Core cases have worked flawlessly at PCIe 3.0 speed for both GPU and M.2 add-in card.

 

...600 mm TT PCIe 4.0 option is especially interesting for miners, folders and 'weird' custom builds ?

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6 hours ago, J7SC_Orion said:

 

...interesting addition. I ended up getting a white Linkup PCIe 4.0 riser as TT didn't offer this yet. However, the TT PCIe 3.0 risers that came with two TT Core cases have worked flawlessly at PCIe 3.0 speed for both GPU and M.2 add-in card.

 

...600 mm TT PCIe 4.0 option is especially interesting for miners, folders and 'weird' custom builds ?

 

I was actually surprised they were even able to stay within the PCIe 4 spec with something of that length to be honest.

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