I have an Asus Turbo 1080TI in mine and it just barely fits. In case you didn’t see it, @Hutch-45Drives replied in the FAQ that space available is 10.5” which would be 266.7mm. I’m seeing around 304mm for 4090 FE.
Thank you for this information! After much thought, I ended up changing my mind and went with a 4070 super. The PNY version appears to fit without any modifications. I was considering trying to make it fit but honestly, the 4070 super will do more than I’ll need for the next 5-7 years.
That’s great to hear! It’ll also save me some money. Haha!
Definitely plan on rack mounting it. I have my desktop rack mounted already with a cheap rack mount case. My plan is to move the current system into this case, use the new graphics card and then wait a couple months and build a new PC. My fiancé doesn’t have a computer so it’ll be nice for her to have my old one.
I have a legion go and use Parsec to play any games that my the legion can’t play. Seems to work great for me so far.
My server rack is in my basement below my office so I just have long enough USB cables for my keyboard/mouse and then longer HDMI cables for my monitors. Lose some quality in the 4k display but honestly… I don’t notice.
I am unsure if you have seen any of the Linus Tech Tip videos of his setup doing almost the same thing you are. Have you considered just using optical thunderbolt to your desk? Then you only need to run one cable to your desk.
With a setup using this, you would just use a dock for all your USB needs. This video talks about the initial idea and highlights what you are trying to do:
And this video is showing it in action with his rack-mounted gaming PCs and with refined dock hardware: