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MSI show off their custom HB-SLI Bridge Design

MSI show off their custom HB-SLI Bridge Design

MSI show off their custom HB-SLI Bridge Design

MSI show off their custom HB-SLI Bridge Design

 

MSI has shown off their new custom HB (High Bandwidth) SLI Bridge Design, which is designed for use with Nvidia's new Pascal GPUs in order to provide the best possible SLI scaling and stability. 

Nvidia has designed their new SLI bridge in order to improve the stability of SLI when using displays that offer both high resolutions and high refresh rates, such as upcoming 5K displays or 120Hz 4K displays or 60Hz 4K displays with HDR. 

This design is similar to Nvidia's own design but features heavy MSI branding and a matching aesthetic to their upcoming GTX 1080 Gaming Z GPUs, featuring a red illuminated MSI Dragon Logo. 

 

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At this time, we do not know if this SLI bridge from MSI will only feature RED illumination or if this new bridge will offer RGB lighting as personally I would like to see with matching white LED illumination to Match the MSI logo on their Gaming GPUs. 

At this time the pricing and availability of this new SLI bridge has not been announced. 

 

You can join the discussion on MSI's custom high Bandwidth SLI bridge on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

30-05-2016, 18:15:43

Dark NighT
It looks horrible to be honest.Quote

30-05-2016, 21:23:05

Excalabur50
Looks bloody terrible and it overlaps the logo on the cards, their last SLI bridge looked good and works why didn't they just make it HB i'll never knowQuote

30-05-2016, 21:38:58

jimma47
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Originally Posted by Excalabur50 View Post
Looks bloody terrible and it overlaps the logo on the cards, their last SLI bridge looked good and works why didn't they just make it HB i'll never know
I actually don't mind the design but I'd agree that it doesn't look good where it overlaps the GPU logos. Surely it wouldn't be that hard to design one that worked!Quote

31-05-2016, 00:22:22

King of Old Old School
Oh god another bonehead move done buy MSI, how in the hell did this passed it's clearly wrong plus IMO the MSI SLi bridges look ugly compare to the EVGA ones.Quote

31-05-2016, 01:30:02

jimma47
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
Oh god another bonehead move done buy MSI, how in the hell did this passed it's clearly wrong plus IMO the MSI SLi bridges look ugly compare to the EVGA ones.
Do EVGA have a high bandwidth bridge?Quote
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