EVGA NVLink Bridge Pictured

AIB-branded NVLink bridges are coming!

EVGA NVLink Bridge Pictured

EVGA NVLink Bridge Pictured

EVGA's Jacob Freeman has released an image which showcases EVGA's NVLink bridge design, confirming on the company's forums that the bridge would feature RGB illumination, allowing it to match with RGB enabled RTX series graphics cards.  

Nvidia's SLI bridge connector is officially dead, with the Pascal-based Geforce 10-series giving the standard its last hurrah with "High Bandwidth" (HB) SLI bridges, which basically used two SLI bridged concurrently to provide enough bandwidth for 4K 60FPS gaming. 

With NVLink, Nvidia now has more than enough bandwidth on tap to support 4K 144Hz displays with HDR, as well as higher resolutions like 8K. NVLink offers a revolutionary boost to bandwidth over Nvidia's older SLI bridge technology, preparing Nvidia for the era of 8K and HDR. 

EVGA's SLI bridge design features a similar design to Nvidia NVLink bridge design, offering a more angular design that better matches EVGA's RTX series graphics cards. EVGA's custom NVLink bridge design is expected to release with 3-slot or 4-slot models. 

EVGA NVLink Bridge Pictured  

At this time, EVGA has not revealed the final pricing of their custom NVLink bridge. At the time of writing, Nvidia's NVLink bridge designs cost £75 in the UK.

You can join the discussion on EVGA's custom NVLink Bridge design on the OC3D Forums.

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02-10-2018, 07:26:59

Space invaders comes to mind when I look at that one in green. Or something like R-TypeQuote

02-10-2018, 12:27:46

Eww, nastyQuote

02-10-2018, 15:35:28

Gigabyte and Nvidia are only ones i like so far.Quote

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