PCI Riser Cards



  • So if a thin client doesnt come stock with a PCI riser card, does anyone have a source where to get the part that actually houses the PCI riser card?

    For instance in the following pic, the long row of pins…thats where the pci riser card is supposed to go.  Cant find a source for the parts.  This is on a Termtek TK-3370.



  • That is an "oddball" piece.  I can't say I've ever seen a left angle pin header riser card before.  And I've seen and had some wacky hardware/adapters.

    I found a PDF of the spec sheet, and it seems to indicate that "-r" may be the suffix to indicate the PCI Riser Card as a part number, although, that might just be the add-on suffix to indicate the riser card as an optional add-on to a whole unit.

    I would check with the manufacturer, use their "Contact" page at: http://www.termtek.com.tw/contact.php

    Keep in mind, they are based in Taiwan, so there may be some language issues to work through.  Also, shipping from Taiwan can be… slow.

    I did search a bit, I couldn't find anything otherwise that seemed to be what you're looking for.



  • A while back I had to find an odd riser to adapt our mobo/case combo where the slot was facing the wrong direction.  Ultimately a couple items from Logic Supply ( http://www.logicsupply.com/categories/riser_cards) did the trick.  Not sure if they can do custom work, but perhaps they can create something that will fit the pinout of your current box.



  • @mhab12:

    A while back I had to find an odd riser to adapt our mobo/case combo where the slot was facing the wrong direction.  Ultimately a couple items from Logic Supply ( http://www.logicsupply.com/categories/riser_cards) did the trick.  Not sure if they can do custom work, but perhaps they can create something that will fit the pinout of your current box.

    Saves that site for later


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