MSI unveils new high-bandwidth SLI bridges at Computex

MSI reveals its stylish dragon-themed Pascal-based 2-way SLI bridges at Computex.

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Published Sun, Jun 5 2016 9:31 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:59 AM CST

Computex 2016 - With EVGA debuting its stylish RGB-illuminated SLI bridges for NVIDIA's new Pascal-based video cards, MSI has followed suit with its own 2-way HB SLI bridge.

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Unlike its 4-way SLI bridges, MSI's new Pascal-based 2-way high-bandwith SLI bridges don't have fans on them, and are designed to accommodate multi-GPU setups by 2-way SLI-ing NVIDIA's new GeForce Series-10 video cards.

At MSI's booth, the 2-way SLI bridge is seen attached to two high-end MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Gaming Z 8G video cards, sporting an LED-lit dragon logo and a brushed chrome-and-silver style. High-bandwidth SLI bridges are encouraged for multi-GPU builds in order to hit optimum 4k 60Hz/120Hz and beyond.

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We're not sure if MSI will include the bridges with select video cards or if they'll be sold separately.

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