LINKUP 16x Riser Cable 64GB/s GPU Riser Extender - PCIE 3.0 (Future 4.0 Ready) Premium Shielded Twinaxial Technology | Black [20 cm]
- 2.70 Ounces
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- Over 64GB/s via rare shielded Twin-axial wires and dedicated power lines for lossless signals at range.
- Flexible sectional design allows for aggressive orientations and better airflow.
- Quality hand soldered gold-plated contacts for signal integrity.
- Individual laneway shielding prevents external EMI/EFI and interference between channels.
- Compatible with most GPU/motherboard components and fits most cases.
AGILE AT RANGE
LINKUP Riser Cables feature technology used in the construction of OCuLink, 8639 U.2,
and SAS cables that are tested to reach speeds of 160GB/s for the sum of all x16 channels.
PCIE 3.0 touts a bandwidth of 32GB/s = Untouched in their class, LINKUP riser cables
are 4.0 future proofed.
Individual PCIE laneway shielding blocks unwanted interference to improve signal
strength at longer distances.
Designed to match PCIE impedance differential of 100 ohms—signals traveling between
the motherboard and the GPU are matched at the proper frequency without added
capacitors that can fail.
Improved flexible design allows for more folds and aggressively angled orientations
while maintaining airflow to keep temperatures low.
Hand-soldered 4-layer PCB with gold-plating for best signal and product life.
Designed with heavy-duty junctions at PCB/cable junctions for improved durability.
Longest possible lossless high-speed cable lengths. Can daisy-chain two 100 cm cables or three 75 cm cables without loss in performance.
Every cable is tested before shipping and backed by a LINKUP 1-Year Limited Warranty
and premium online support.
*NOTE: LINKUP riser cables do not mount exactly as intended in some Thermaltake
cases due to their proprietary mounting holes. You may rest the cable/card on the pegs and
mount card to bracket while ensuring that connections remain fully intact while
running system. The next generation of cables will feature universal mounting holes.