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Flex B-20: Fractal Design offers PCIe riser + 90° GPU support

Flex B-20: Fractal Design offers PCIe riser + 90° GPU support

Fractal Design known for its cases offers us a new accessory. Indeed, the Swedish brand announces its Flex B-20, a 90° GPU mount equipped with a PCIe Riser. An interesting accessory if you want to showcase your graphics card without slots vertically!

Flex B-20: Fractal Design’s GPU mount + PCIe riser is coming!

Fractal Design Flex B-20With this accessory, the brand offers a 90° installation for your GPU. The aim is to take advantage of the design of its heatsink in cases where there are no vertical expansion slots.

For the occasion, the Swedish solution is based on a gear ratio to be screwed on the existing slots of your case. The latter will be held in place by two screws. However, your case will need to have at least seven slots without dividers between each one. Otherwise, this will hinder the installation of the device.

In addition, the brand provides a PCIe 3.0 x16 riser. This has a total length of 20 cm and a width of 5.7 cm. However, if you use this riser with a PCIe 4.0 compatible motherboard, you will need to configure your Bios accordingly.

Finally, on the price side, according to Vortez.net, the Flex B-20 is available in Great Britain, at Scan.co.uk at a rate of £44.99. Afterwards, you will have to see with the conversion £ => €.


This is the Fractal Design datasheet!


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