Mailiya PCIe Riser Mining Card PCI-E 16x to 1x Powered Riser Adapter Card For Sale

Mailiya PCIe Riser Mining Card PCI-E 16x to 1x Powered Riser Adapter Card


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Mailiya PCIe Riser Mining Card PCI-E 16x to 1x Powered Riser Adapter Card:
$3

I can tell you i went through a lot of riser cards and no bs these cards are the best. I have had 0 issues with any of them and have had rigs running off them for 3+ years.
Perfect working condition, open package but never used. I keep these as backups for my mining room in case i had any issues.
Features:
- Dual chip voltage regulation and overcurrent protection.
- 4 high quality solid capacitors for stable and safe power delivery.
- Overcurrent protection (surface mounted fuse) to safeguard your components in the event of a short circuit.
- Multiple voltage regulation components (voltage regulating diode and linear regulator).
- 6-pin PCI-E power
- 60cm USB 3.0 riser cable enabling flexibility in the placement of your PCI-E devices.
- Gold plated contacts make a better connectivity and long lifespan.
- 4 holes for attaching the riser card to your rig.
- Plug and play, no driver needed.
- Supports 1x,4x,8x,16x PCI-E slot of the motherboard.

Package Includes:
PCI-E 16X Riser Board
PCI-E 1X Adapter Card
60cm USB 3.0 Cable
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