CableMod Announces 12VHPWR Right-Angle Adapter for GeForce RTX 40 Series Graphics Cards

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CableMod has announced its 12VHPWR right-angle adapter, an accessory that might be of interest to early GeForce RTX 4090 adopters who are seeking a cleaner-looking profile. Coming in two configurations and featuring a multi-PCB design and sleek profile, the adapter does exactly what its name suggests, allowing power cables to be plugged in at a 90-degree angle for better aesthetics. CableMod will launch pre-sales for the item on October 31.

  • Slim Profile
    • Our 12VHPWR Right Angle Adapter only protrudes 23.2mm from your graphics card, which means increased space and more clearance between your GPU and your side panel. This enables installation of super wide cards in more narrow chassis.
  • Zero Bending
    • Unlike 90 degree cable connectors, our adapter utilizes a multi-PCB design to achieve a right angle connection. No wire bending ensures full contact with all cable terminals, and zero risk of thermal issues through excessive wire and terminal stress from tight bending radii.
  • Two Configurations
    • The CableMod 12VHPWR Right Angle Adapter comes in two configurations, ensuring there’s a solution for graphics cards no matter which 12VHPWR power port orientation they have.
  • Awesome Styling
    • No matter which configuration you choose, this 12VHPWR Right Angle Adapter looks great with its sleek styling and unobtrusive design.
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From CableMod:

The next generation of graphics power has arrived – but with great power comes even greater space requirements. We’ve created the perfect accessory to help your new beastly GPU fit beautifully into your case. This low profile adapter plugs into your graphic card’s 16-pin 12VHPWR port, and enables the power cable to be plugged in at a 90 degree angle. Featuring a multi-PCB design and a sleek profile, this adapter helps increase clearance between the GPU and the side panel – perfect for today’s super wide GPUs.

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