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EVGA will soon release their High Bandwidth Pro SLI Bridges

EVGA will soon release their High Bandwidth Pro SLI Bridges

EVGA will soon release their High Bandwidth Pro SLI Bridges

EVGA will soon release their High Bandwidth Pro SLI Bridges

 

EVGA will soon release their High Bandwidth Pro SLI Bridges, which will offer greater stability and more consistent frametimes in Nvidia Surround setups, 4K+ resolutions, and 120Hz+ framerates than with traditional SLI bridges. 

This new SLI bridge will be based on the new Nvidia HB SLI Bridge design and will feature several new features and improvements over previous generation EVGA SLI bridges, including Red, Green, Blue and white colour options, and availability in lengths wit slot spacing that can suit almost every possible SLI setup.  

  EVGA will soon release their High Bandwidth Pro SLI Bridges

 

The EVGA HB SLI Bridge be available in 0-slot spacing models, 1-slot, 2-slot and 4-slot spacing versions, allowing buyers to choose the best option for their own systems.  

These new HB SLI Bridges will only be compatible with Nvidia's GTX 1080 and 1070 GPUs.  

Feature

  • - Separate models to support various card spacing configurations
  • - Optimized for NVIDIA Surround, 4K+ and 120Hz+ gaming
  • - EVGA logo illuminates and can be configured to display in Red, Green, Blue or White color
  • - Compatible with GeForce GTX 1080/1070

  EVGA will soon release their High Bandwidth Pro SLI Bridges  

 

The reason why these new SLI Bridges exist is because the SLI bandwidth requirements become higher as you increase your display resolution and framerate. With 4K monitors and 120Hz displays becoming more common, and with faster displays and HDR on the way thanks to DisplayPort 1.3, the bandwidth needs for SLI will soon exceed what is available in existing/standard SLI bridges. 

With 4K monitors and 120Hz displays becoming more common, and with faster displays and HDR on the way thanks to DisplayPort 1.3, the bandwidth needs for SLI will soon exceed what is available in existing/standard SLI bridges. With these new SLI bridges SLI users can expect a much steadier framerates/frametimes, as shown below. 

The below graph was done at an absurdly high resolution in order to produce an easily noticeable performance difference, but nonetheless highlights the need for higher bandwidth SLI bridges on Nvidia GPUs.  

 

EVGA will soon release their High Bandwidth Pro SLI Bridges  

 

EVGA's new High bandwidth Pro SLI Bridges will become available to purchase soon and full details can be found on EVGA's website. 

 

You can join the discussion on EVGA's High Bandwidth SLI Bridge on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

21-06-2016, 17:28:17

Legacy-ZA
Too bad it makes little or no difference than the standard SLi bridges, perhaps these are designed for the 1080Ti / TITAN and better drivers.

At least they look good Quote

21-06-2016, 19:18:42

Kushiro
More RGB!

Their old 3way sli bridge was perfect.Quote

22-06-2016, 03:23:52

Dorset Yid
If only you could actually buy their cardsQuote

22-06-2016, 05:00:49

SuB
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kushiro View Post
More RGB!

Their old 3way sli bridge was perfect.
It's not RGB it's red, green, blue OR white.


Also, I still haven't seen an answer about if these HB bridges are really just two normal bridges next to each other... (I'd wager they are)Quote

22-06-2016, 05:04:24

barnsley
Still waiting for Nvidia to ship their one. They've said they are selling it to the public this time, albeit only through their pretty terrible online store.Quote
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