EVGA PRO SLI Bridges Unleashed For NVIDIA Multi-GPU Enthusiasts

Hassan Mujtaba
Posted 3 years ago

EVGA has listened to the enthusiast community and unleashed their latest PRO SLI Bridges for users running multiple NVIDIA based graphic cards. While EVGA is the first to launch them, it was actually NVIDIA who began the trend of these cool looking SLI Bridges when they unveiled their GeForce GTX 690 graphics card a year back and later with an updated design when they launched the GeForce GTX Titan.

EVGA PRO SLI Bridges Unleashed For NVIDIA Multi-GPU Enthusiasts

In June, EVGA’s Inhouse overclocker KingPin showed a picture of their upcoming SLI PRO Bridges which have been launched today. So what’s so cool and different about these new SLI bridges, do they affect performance? Nope. The EVGA SLI PRO Bridges are designed to enhance the looks of an enthusiasts PCs. The EVGA SLI PRO bridges are compatible with 2-Way, 3-Way or 4-Way SLI setups and if you are using a GeForce 700 series or GTX Titan GPU, then the logo would illuminate on the bridge. Unfortunately, this feature is only limited to the new series of cards due to a possible hardware limitation. This doesn’t means it isn’t compatible with older cards, it still offers support for older generation card excluding the illumination. Last of all, it looks awesome!

Introducing the EVGA Pro SLI Bridges.  These bridges are designed to look awesome and connect your SLI enabled EVGA graphics cards together.  If you have GTX 700 or TITAN series graphics cards, the EVGA logo illuminates! EVGA



  • Several models that are compatible with 2-Way, 3-Way or 4-Way SLI.
  • EVGA logo illuminates on GeForce GTX 700 series and later.
  • Compatible with all SLI enabled graphics cards.
  • Looks awesome!
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So how much is EVGA charging for their new SLI PRO Bridges, $30 for the 2-Way bridge and plus for the others. Now most people would consider that alot for a SLI bridge but its actually a decent amount considering the visual enhancement they provide over a regular SLI bridge.

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