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  1. Hi! I just got a 7000x case and am starting a new build. Is there a recommended vertical GPU mount for this case? Thanks in advance!
  2. Hi, i bought the Crystal 570X RGB Mirror Black Case recently, and i noticed that it has an Option for a vertical GPU Mount. Unfortunately the Manual for the Case is the same as the one for the regular Version, leaving me with no Guidance on how to properly install the GPU in that Fashion. I'm aware that Corsair is not selling their own official Riser Cable at this Point, but i want to at least have a Word from a Company Representative, on what 3rd Party Riser Cable to use. The Problem that i have, is that almost all Riser Cables require the Base of the PCI-E Slot to be mounted to the Case with Screws, and there are no Screw Holes on Top of the PSU Shroud. As a Customer, i feel pretty left alone at this Point. I don't want to be forced to drill Holes in a 200$ Case, just because i wasn't provided with the proper Instructions or Accessories by the Manufacturer. I saw Employee's recommending the "Cooler Master Vertical Graphics Card Holder Kit" for Example, not knowing that there is no Point in buying that one, because unlike the regular Version of the 570X, the Mirror Black Special Edition, already comes with a dedicated Cutout for the GPU to hold on to. I hope that you Guys are able to help me out here. Happy Holidays!
  3. I'm looking to finally take the plunge and get a gaming PC. I was wanting to get a horizontal HTPC to sit under my (rather marvelous) 55" 4K TV. I am not into tower PCs and never have been - yes, I'm one of those console gamer turncoats who wants the power of PC gaming in a console gaming experience. Sue me. :P I also really want to get into VR gaming. I was going to get the now discontinued Corsair Bulldog and build a 8700k/1080 ti setup myself (I'm also one of the freaks who actually liked the Bulldog design :P). But then I found out about the Corsair One and how it's pretty much everything I'm looking for - uber-small form factor, insanely quiet, and the most powerful components - all preassembled. And to top it all it has a HDMI port on the front for VR. AND it looks like something out of Tron. :sunglasse It's only missing one attribute I needed - it's not horizontal. And it doesn't fit in my TV stand, even at such a small form factor. And due to my living room setup there's nowhere near my TV that it will really fit. So my stupid question that I'm pretty sure I already know the answer to is this: can the Corsair One be put on its side and used horizontally? Obviously taking measures to elevate it and not block any vents etc. I know most normal gaming PCs can do this and many people do without issue - but the Corsair One ain't no ordinary gaming PC. I'm sure the answer is a "No, obviously not, you stupid n00b..." but I thought I may as well ask and check before I get the thing.
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