The Japanese invented a “video card mirror”. FPS is not affected, but seems beautiful

The Japanese invented a “video card mirror”. FPS is not affected, but seems beautiful

Want to brag to your friends about the amazing look of the new and just installed powerful graphics card with RGB backlight?

You can use a special set of mounts and laser, which allows you to install the graphics card in the case vertically. But it can be expensive and not always easy. As a rule, this approach blocks access to free PCI slots on your motherboard. Japanese computer hardware manufacturer Nagao Manufacturing recently introduced a simpler solution – a mirror.

The Japanese invented a "video card mirror". FPS is not affected, but seems beautiful

No, it’s true. The product is called a “graphic card mirror”. This mirror is placed on a black metal frame, which allows you to adjust the angle of slope from 0 to 90 degrees, providing an opportunity to admire the cover of the cooling system and fans of the horizontally located graphics card.

The Japanese invented a "video card mirror". FPS is not affected, but seems beautiful

The process of mirror installation into the system unit is nowhere easier. You can install the included magnetic or rubber feet on the base of the frame, and then just put it together with the mirror under the video card. The size of the mirror is 110 × 280 mm. The size of the metal base is 113 × 93 mm.

The Japanese invented a "video card mirror". FPS is not affected, but seems beautiful

Unfortunately, the price and date of sale of video card mirrors are not reported.


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