Or add a right sized action figure if you have one.
Nice. I'll see if my case has a tight fitting for the GPU bracket as suggested here or go forward with the screw/paper/rubber method.
if your case allows it
in the later scenario where screw is not an option used normal printer paper and fold it 7 times than you have so called packing and it also acts as anti vibration material no need for rubber gaskets. or cutting the eraser that we used to use in aur school days
As said earlier, this is viable option but want to first see if my case already has a good bracket support like how it's shown in theYou could push the gpu up with your finger till the sag isnt there and measure the distance from the GPU at that position till the bottom of the case. Then go to a carpenter shop or a metal shop and ask them to make you a T shape piece of material with the height being the measurement and the "T" being the base so it can sit on the case comfortably , just put it under and it should work , You could also add a small silicon strip at the top to prevent scratches and also paint it black to make it match the case!
Don't have an action figure but hoping to purchase a Nendoroid in the near future.Or add a right sized action figure if you have one.
I have a PSU shroud so this will work. I'll go with this if the bracket thing does not workout. The Lian Li one has been OOS for quite a while so the alternative is probably this.
You learned something new today. Nendoroids are pretty costly here at almost a 100% markup at the present. There are a few bootleg ones available at amazon but they aren't the same as the authentic ones. I just cannot fathom to put so much money on it so it's mostly a window shopping thought at the moment. Haha.That is something I had to Google