Need a PCI vertical riser
So I have a small, stupid VOIP server, and it has one PCI slot that is supposed to be useable. But when I put in a right angle adapter (to orient the card) the card is still too close to the edge (the horizontal tab on the card is about 1/2-3/4 in below where it should be). If you were to have a server that had two slots that needed to be turned, the inside slot would need to have some sort of riser to make the slot the card plugged into in line with the other one-I think that is what I need. But I have no idea what to call it, and haven't found one yet. Any suggestions?
I did try a cable slot extension, but it didn't work (machine wouldn't post-it was obviously handmade and probably sloppily done).
Posting here because I was hoping someone else would have run into some server weirdness like this (since a rack mount unit would most likely have slots parallel to the motherboard).
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