The PC gaming community is in for a surprise, as Gold shelf bracket designs are making their way onto shelves this year.
There’s already plenty of options in store for PC gamers, including the popular Gaming Shelves, which come in a variety of styles, including gold, silver, and bronze.
Gold shelf brackets, on the other hand, feature metal brackets, making them easier to transport and more durable than their cheaper brethren.
Here are the best of the best.
The Gaming Shelve Gold Brackets ($29.99): Gold bracket is a metal bracket designed to hold an Intel i5-7600K or higher processor, as well as a keyboard, mouse, and monitor.
This bracket can hold up to eight Intel Core i7-6700K CPUs, as long as the CPU is overclocked.
The brackets have a thickness of about one-third of a millimeter, which means they can easily be installed on standard shelf brackets.
The bracket also comes with a metal base plate, so you can attach it to the base of any standard shelf, like a desk, wall, or table.
There are a variety in sizes available, but the Gold bracket’s base plate is the widest and it comes in two sizes: one with an 8mm thick base, and one with a 4mm thick.
The base plate also comes in a set of three different colors, which you can change the color with the bracket’s logo.
The price is $29.95, and it’s available from most PC hardware stores and online.
The gaming shelf brackets can also be used to mount a mouse or monitor.
The gold version comes with an aluminum base plate that’s about a millimeters thick, while the silver and bronze versions come with metal plates, so they can’t be used with traditional shelves.
The Gold bracket has a length of about 8mm, so it’s not as tall as the gaming shelves, but it’s still longer than most desk stands.
If you want to get a gaming shelf bracket in silver, look for a bracket that has a height of less than one millimeter.
The black version of the bracket comes with two metal plates that you can remove from the base plate.
The silver and black versions of the brackets also come with an orange sticker on the base.
The other gold bracket has no stickers, but instead comes with black and silver logos on both sides of the baseplate.
The top of the metal bracket has six screws.
If the top of your PC is covered in scratches, the brackets will likely be a better choice than the gaming brackets.
This is a great product, but be aware that they’re not all the same.
If it’s going to be a long time before you use the brackets on your PC, you might as well go with the gold version.
The Silver and Bronze Gaming Shelving Brackets (currently $29 each): The second option in the silver bracket series is the Bronze Shelving bracket.
This model comes with the same base plate as the Silver and Gold brackets, but is thinner at two millimeters.
You’ll need to install two of these brackets, as the base plates are only two millimeter thick, so installing two of them isn’t a big deal.
The bottom of the Silver bracket comes in three colors, including a black version that comes with three different base plates: two with two millimetres of thickness, and two with a thickness less than three millimetre.
You can see the differences in the picture below, as you can see how the baseplates differ between the silver, bronze, and gold versions.
You also get two rubber feet to hold the brackets in place.
You may need to remove the rubber feet in the case of accidents.
The Black version of this bracket comes equipped with a silver baseplate, which is a bit thinner at one millimetere.
This one also comes equipped for a gold logo, which adds a bit of extra polish to the bracket.
You might be better off with the Bronze version.
There is no silver or bronze logo, and the silver version only comes with one foot.
The Copper bracket comes as two versions: a black and a silver version.
You get a metal plate that is only three millimeters long, but comes with no markings.
The copper version has a base plate with a diameter of about six millimeters, while you can use it to mount two of the bronze brackets.
There also is a silver logo on the top.
The bronze version has no logos, but can be used on regular shelf brackets for a bit more polish.
The Bronze version comes equipped in four colors: a red, silver black, black and copper.
You will need to use two of your brackets to mount it.
You won’t be able to install the copper bracket in the same way as the black version.
If your system is covered with scratches, you may need a different bracket to get it into a proper position. It’s a bit