Riser ver009s - reduction PCIe x1 na PCIe x16
Professional expansion card that is ideal for a virtual "mining" system. The unit reduces the PCIe x1 interface to PCIe x16 using a 15-pin SATA power cable. This will allow you to place really large graphics cards outside the computer case. The length of the USB 3.0 connection cable is 60 cm, so your possibilities for connecting additional hardware are really almost unlimited. The system is an ideal accessory for the "mining" of virtual currencies such as Bitcoin and many others. Bitcoin is one of the virtual means of payment. It was created in 2009 and is managed by all participating clients of the remote network of the same name. Like many other cryptocurrencies, bitcoins are computer-generated in solving a cryptographic computational task. The process came to be known as "mining."
Add another PCIe card
This handy expansion card allows you to install additional hardware in your own PCI Express slot with an x1, x4, x8 or x16 connector. This slot is connected to a single PCI Express (PCIe x1) strip that you must have available on the system board. Thanks to this solution, you can have another graphics card both inside and outside the computer.
Bandwidth is sufficient
Because GPUs only perform calculations and, unlike video games, no data is transferred to graphics memory from texturing units, for example, the bandwidth available for this activity is quite sufficient. A USB 3.0 cable is used for data transfer, which with a length of approximately 600 millimeters offers sufficient space for the installation of a PCIe slot.
An expansion card that works well, for example, when extracting virtual currencies. Power is provided by the SATA interface (15-pin to 4-pin connector). The card reduces the PCIE x1 slot to PCIe x16. It has a 60 cm long USB 3.0 connection cable, which provides generous maneuvering space inside or outside the computer for the placement of another PCIe card.