I designed this thing because I have a rather large graphics card that sags and I'm always worried I'm going to damage something when I transport my computer. This GPU bracket is completely adjustable to work with any GPU that has a heatsink cover, and should work with any case that has recessed expansion slots. It attaches via the existing expansion slots in your case. Extra materials include 5 small screws, and 2 small washers or a chain link, which is what I used. I printed this part with ABS filament on a XYZ da Vinci 1.0 printer. The back_plate should be printed with a relatively high infill density as there will be a lot of stress on that part. I printed all the other parts at 10% infill density.
-When I was first putting the screws in and creating the threads, the friction caused the wall in one of the holes to break. I recommend putting a bit of acetone in the holes to soften up the plastic when first making the threads.
-Take the care not to over tighten the adjustable slider, because on my first try I tightened it too much, causing the back plate to snap in two.