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Is the Akitio Node Titan stats wrong on the "buyers guide" or am I doing it wrong?  

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Tom B
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I bought one some time ago and I was able to put in a 13.6 inch card into the casing with relative ease. So are the stats wrong on the buyers guide or do you need that extra space for cooling reasons?  

TomB, AW51m R2 with an Akitio Node Titan (3080 OC inside). Why? Because I like having a Desktop At home and Gaming on the go but, I hate using P2P to share files.


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nando4
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AKiTiO specify a max 12.6" width card as fitting into the chassis. Pls measure what is the actual largest and we can update the buyer guide.

eGPU Setup 1.35    •    eGPU Port Bandwidth Reference Table

 
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Tom B
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@nando4, Oh no, I understand that part but, what I was basically wondering is "Will I damage my PCI-E card because of this" or "am I "okay" to keep doing so?

Or is this one of those "We don't know keep us posted" moments?

 

Yet again, it fits into the casing just fine and the temps wont go above 74 degrees. So (shrugs).

 

 

TomB, AW51m R2 with an Akitio Node Titan (3080 OC inside). Why? Because I like having a Desktop At home and Gaming on the go but, I hate using P2P to share files.


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