Cooler Master preps aRGB GPU support bracket

Posted on Wednesday, January 27 2021 @ 11:17 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Cooler Master is working on one of the coolest GPU support braces to date. Via the firm's Virtual Showcase 2021 event, Cooler Master showcased a render of its future aRGB GPU support bracket. Rather than being a purely functional piece of hardware, Cooler Master designed it to be the "centerpiece of your new build."

The bracket is made from a tempered glass block and features ARGB LEDs for a fancy diagonal and edge light effect in your case. The device has a 510mm long ARGB cable that plugs into a motherboard header. Cooler Master will ship it later this quarter for $24.99.
The Cooler Master ARGB GPU Support Bracket takes the form of a tempered glass block with an ABS plastic base which contains a magnet, and a support arm that offers tool-free adjustable support. Cooler Master actually includes two supports in the box, for use in multiple orientations. It can offer support from the tail-end of the GPU, or on the side of the GPU closest to the side panel.
aRGB GPU support bracket

Via: Bit Tech

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