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Tuesday, 13 August 2013 07:42

EVGA launches pimped SLI bridges

Written by Fudzilla staff

Glow my darlings, glow

Case modders like shiny things and they also like high-end graphics in SLI or Crossfire. Therefore EVGA decided to serve up a cute little accessory for anyone keen to show off their SLI setup.

EVGA’s Pro SLI Bridges are custom designed SLI bridges that can handle 2-way, 3-way or 4-way SLI. On GTX 700 series cards the EVGA logo on the bridges glows. They are, however, compatible with all SLI cards.

Of course, they won’t have any effect on performance, but EVGA is straightforward about it – the company says they just “look awesome” and describes them as “additional bling” for your rig.

They sound like a good gift idea for EVGA fans who already have everything else.

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