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EVGA Pro SLI Bridges. Faster than ordinary SLI cables?

EVGA Pro SLI Bridges. Faster than ordinary SLI cables?

EVGA Pro SLI Bridges. Faster than ordinary SLI cables?

EVGA Pro SLI Bridges. Faster than ordinary SLI cables?

 

EVGA claim that their new Pro SLI Bridges offer better performance than the competition and give the best performance at 120+ HZ and 4K + gaming. While this claim is yet to be verified by an independent entity, it would be interesting to see if aftermarket SLI bridges are better than the cheaper SLI cables which usually come with our GPUs or motherboards.

 

"EVGA has amped up the bling with the EVGA PRO SLI BRIDGE V2. These redesigned bridges come with several improvements over the previous generation SLI bridges. Not only do these new bridges light up and look great on select graphics cards, they also have a high quality aluminum shroud and are optimized for the next generation display resolutions and refresh rates, with a high pixel clock frequency design that gives best performance for 120Hz+ and 4K+ gaming!"

 

NEXT GENERATION FEATURES

 

  • -Separate models to support 2-Way (Short), 2-Way (Standard), 3-Way SLI or 4-Way SLI.
  • -High pixel clock design optimized for 4K+ and 120Hz+ gaming.
  • -EVGA logo illuminates on select GeForce GTX graphics cards.
  • -Compatible with all SLI enabled graphics cards.
  • -Looks super awesome!

 

  

 

Undoubtedly, these bridges from EVGA look fantastic, and are confirmed by EVGA to work with all SLI enabled GPUs, though the LED functionality is only available on certain recent EVGA models.

 

SLI functionality works on all SLI enabled graphics cards. LED functionality works on the following cards:

  • -All EVGA GTX TITAN graphics cards.
  • -All EVGA GTX 980 graphics cards.
  • -Select EVGA GTX 970 graphics cards.
  • -All EVGA GTX 960 graphics cards.
  • -All EVGA GTX 780/780 Ti graphics cards.
  • -Select EVGA GTX 770 graphics cards.

 

ROG SLI Bridges

 

EVGA alongside ASUS and Nvidia have already made thier own custom SLI bridges, though EVGA are the first to say that theirs offer superior performance. TTL has some of ASUS's custom SLI bridges, so it may only be a matter of time before we gather samples and put EVGA's claim to the test.

 

You can join the discussion on EVGA's Ultra fast custom SLI cables on the OC3D  Forums. 

 

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10-04-2015, 08:00:41

SuB
So the 'go faster' chunks work? has this actually been proven? Or is this a lovely pseudo 'benefit'Quote

10-04-2015, 08:06:35

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by SuB View Post
So the 'go faster' chunks work? has this actually been proven? Or is this a lovely pseudo 'benefit'
Nope entirely unproven. I've told Tom to ask for samples, this needs to be proved or debunked.Quote

10-04-2015, 08:12:27

SuB
Quote:
Originally Posted by Watsyerproblem View Post
Nope entirely unproven. I've told Tom to ask for samples, this needs to be proved or debunked.
Agreed, would be hilarious to see a 'premium performance' sli connector market pop up out of no where lol

"now with twice as many connectors, and twice as thick traces for extra stabilities"
"It's like SLi for your SLi, we're calling these new connectors SSLi bridges"Quote

10-04-2015, 08:13:05

tinytomlogan
Email sent but Im unsure if they will be interested after the SRX review......Quote

10-04-2015, 08:15:27

SuB
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Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
Email sent but Im unsure if they will be interested after the SRX review......
Lol
Dear Tom,

RE: SSLi connectors

Only if you promise to not debunk them, or tell people they are worse/the same :P

Yours

EEVGAQuote
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