I assembled my Micro Center:
Bitspower Titan X AMD ASUS X570-E ROG Strix Gaming AMD AM4 ATX Motherboard EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti FTW3 Ultra Gaming Triple-Fan 12GB GDDR6X PCIe 4.0 Graphics Card; Bitspower Titan One 2.0 PC-O11D - Black; PowerSpec 850 Watt 80 Plus Gold ATX Fully Modular Power Supply
After I installed the GPU, there were 3 power plugs on the GPU, and there were 3 PCI-E cables in the box to go from the PowerSpec power supply to the GPU.
The problem is that the 3080Ti is a tall card, and gets close to the glass on the side of the case. The cable are stiff, and have jumpers to a second plug at the GPU end. Every suggestion I read online says not to use the jumpered cables. Each power plug on the GPU should go straight back to the Power supply. When I try to install the glass side of the case, it pushes too hard on the cables and the GPU, and the glass does not go on. I watched a video on Youtube of someone assembling the case, but they had a 3070, which is a shorter card and further away from the glass. I would like 3 cables, normal on the power supply end, but only a single plug on the GPU side, (no jumpers). It would also be helpful if these cables were 90 Degree on the GPU side, so they point straight down after plugging them in, not straight out towards the glass side.
I did find a site that does custom cables, but they require the brand of the GPU, and PowerSpec is not in their list. They have warnings to select the proper PSU, as selecting the wrong one could cause you to short out the PSU or GPU if the cables are wrong.
Is anyone else having trouble putting the glass side on the Titan One with the 3080Ti?