Nvidia's New SLI Connectors

Nvidia's New SLI Connectors

Nvidia's New SLI Connectors

Nvidia's New SLI Connectors


Those who have watched Nvidia's Game24 event last week would have seen Nvidia's New Premium SLI connectors, made to not just give you the performance benefits of SLI but also make your System look great. With it's Magnesium shroud and the illuminated Nvidia logo, your system will indeed look as great as it performs.


Nvidia's New SLI Connectors


Most of us are used to the SLI Bridges provided with compatible motherboards, and usually there is little reason to need anything else. They get the job done, simple, no performance advantages can be gained for getting "better" SLI Bridges.

NVIDIA has now given us a reason, aesthetics, Nvidia's usual Magnesium styling combined with a beautiful green glow to match the green "GeForce GTX" logos on the cards themselves.


Nvidia's New SLI Connectors


These new SLI connectors do have one big disadvantage compared to traditional SLI connectors, they are solid and not flexible, meaning that you will need to buy a specific connector for your SLI configuration. One other thing to note is that certain non-reference Nvidia GPUs will not be compatible with these SLI bridges.

These SLI Bridges are available now to North America, but we should expect a later European release, hopefully. Both 2-Way bridges are $29.99 and the 3-Way is $39.99.


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Most Recent Comments

24-09-2014, 04:22:55

Good find mate, was just about to make this live when I found your thread.Quote

24-09-2014, 04:38:38

Originally Posted by Watsyerproblem View Post
Good find mate, was just about to make this live when I found your thread.
Awesome Also, I'll add a source to this when I get out of class.Quote

24-09-2014, 06:31:02

Damien c
As soon as these are available in the UK I will be getting one!Quote

24-09-2014, 06:36:07

I wish I could get one. Curse youuu ITX!Quote

24-09-2014, 07:52:14

Ow Winter
These look quite cool and will be really useful to add that finishing touch, but I guess they look their best on OEM Nvidia cards, on others, they may look slightly out of place.

Still a nice thought from Nvidia for the pc enthusiast's. I like Quote

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