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FSLabs Graphics Card GPU Brace Support, Video Card Sag Holder Bracket, Anodized Aerospace Aluminum (Upgraded Version Black)

( 4.1 Average / 7 Ratings )



Fstop Labs

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Upgraded Version Black

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TheGuardian1 17 points 14 months ago

The MSI 1070ti Titanium is a massive card that weights a ton. I had to add the support bracket to eliminate the sag. This works like a charm.

lunagraysen 26 points 9 months ago
from completed build R7 2700X / GTX 1080 Workstation

I would not recommend this bracket. It wasn't strong enough to hold my EVGA 1080 FTW and I ended up returning it to Amazon since the sag was equally as bad without it. And I'm now using a Founders Edition card which fortunately doesn't sag so I don't need one of these anymore.

nahnahgames 16 points 4 months ago
from completed build Crystal Clear-Threadripper 2950X

Looks good and is functional. Note: it will not work well for all GPUs, depending on cooler design, as some are rather irregularly shaped (e.g., the Aorus Xtreme).

wundrweapon 7 points 3 months ago
from completed build HeliX

Not too easy to install, but I wager my gpu would snap right out of the PCIe slot without it

clovus 6 points 3 months ago
from completed build Blade Runner

When your video card is the size of a Subway foot-long, some extra support is a good idea. This black aluminum bracket is sturdy and simple, with no frilly design, RGB, or weird alien symbols.

Middenforge 4 points 1 month ago
from completed build My First Build

Just remember, you're getting silver screws with a black brace.

The piece installed easily enough, the paint on the brace is super thin and the amount you need to torque the screws down will immediately strip the paint from behind where the screw meets the brace so don't expect to easily adjust the brace after your first installation. Product works as advertised.

Cappycot 21 points 21 days ago
from completed build Cygnet

The Good: It works and looks really nice while doing so (at least for black builds, can't say anything for white builds). There are no annoying logos that detract from the look of your rig.

The Bad: You have to get the 3D-printed bracket in the right position on the bracket before finalizing your screws, but it's not that hard.

The Ugly: The screws are not black, and may leave a mark on the brace depending on how far you screwed them in.