Computex: EVGA Show Custom-Designed Nvidia SLI Bridges

/ 6 years ago

When it comes to getting an SLI bridge every graphics card vendor seems to have their own version but thye all look more or less the same. Sometimes you get the rather hideous brown flexible SLI cable, ASUS are most known for this but MSI have also done it among others. Other times graphics card vendors go one step further and offer rigid black PCB based SLI bridges and indeed Nvidia, MSI and ASUS all have their own variants of these. While they do like nicer than the brown flexible SLI bridges they still very rarely match.

Anyway at Computex EVGA showed us some of their own custom 2 and 3 way SLI bridges which look rather amazing. They may only be SLI bridges but they look fantastic and appear to have a brushed metal finish on them. It is also a pretty good design if you are rocking a stock GTX 770/780/690/Titan Nvidia cooler as these would match perfectly. The smaller one doesn’t have space for the EVGA branding but the 3 way SLI bridge does, we are not sure if there is a 4 way SLI bridge coming from EVGA too but we will have to wait and see.

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One Response to “Computex: EVGA Show Custom-Designed Nvidia SLI Bridges”
  1. d6bmg says:

    Looks good.
    But what’s the problem with adding new designs to the SLI bridges? It could well be a good DYI project.

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