Functionally, the SLI bridges are equivalent to all other SLI bridges; they ship in two-, three-, and four-way models, with the pin receptor plated in a shiny alloy (though this will remain mostly invisible). The bridges, as with all modern SLI bridges, support high pixel clocks for utilization of high-end displays.
They appear to be a bit on the “fat” side, but if you’re looking for something more aesthetically pleasing than the standard ribbon SLI cable that ships with motherboards, this would be worth a consideration. NVIDIA also sells its own alloy-encased SLI bridges with its own logo, if those are preferable. A 2-way, non-spaced bridge from NVIDIA retails at roughly $30. The EVGA bridge pricing is yet undisclosed.
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