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EVGA V2 SLI Bridge With Several Colour Options

EVGA V2 SLI Bridge With Several Colour Options

EVGA V2 SLI Bridge With Several Colour Options

EVGA V2 SLI Bridge With Several Colour Options

 

EVGA have the V2 version of their SLI Bridge coming soon with Several Colour different colour options, all thanks to a changeable transparent sticker. 

Here is what EVGA's Jacob Freeman had to say on the new version:

Coming soon to a V2 SLI bridge near you, transparent stickers to change LED color!

 

EVGA V2 SLI Bridge With Several Colour Options   

Personally speaking, I love options to easily customise my own components. PC building is all about options, options for what hardware you will use, what cooling method you will employ and even what you want your PC to look like.

One thing that myself and other PC builder alike have cried out for a lot in recent years is the ability to choose what colour the lights on your PC are. While placing RGB led's into hardware and developing a software which controls it would be an ideal solution, it is simply too expensive or to difficult to implement in a quick manner, so EVGA's coloured sticker method of changing your led's colour is certainly a very attractive option.

In the future we would love to see a similar thing adopted by others in the industry, specifically Nvidia with their Stock GPU coolers, which has been mostly unchanged since the original Titan GPU was released over 2 years ago.

 

You can join the discussion on EVGA's V2 SLI bridge with several colour options on the OC3D Forums.   

 

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Most Recent Comments

05-07-2015, 13:59:21

NeverBackDown
Looks pretty ugly if I'm honest. Changing the color won't help
they won't hold resale value either once Nvidia switch over to the pci bus for SLI tooQuote

05-07-2015, 19:25:42

Dicehunter
I wish Nvidia would start making their SLI bridges more widely available, Love the industrial look Quote

06-07-2015, 05:12:07

Warchild
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dice Hunter View Post
I wish Nvidia would start making their SLI bridges more widely available, Love the industrial look
it only flows well with the reference coolers though. But I do agree, its the best looking one.Quote
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