UPDATE: Winners have been selected and contacted – if you weren't one of the five winners check back for more contests and giveaways!! Thanks for listening!!
While at Quakecon this year EVGA showed off its new collection of Pro SLI Bridges that add a bit of sexy to any NVIDIA multi-GPU system. These are much more than just the standard SLI bridge that you know of today: they are sleek, have a brushed metal finish and if you have GTX 700-series or TITAN graphics card, they light up as well!
Because EVGA is a big supporter of PC Perpsective, they are sending over a handful of the 3-Way Pro SLI Bridges (that can also be used in 2-Way configurations) to give away to our readers.
How can you win one of the five free units that EVGA sent us?
- Fill out the form below with the requested information.
Listen to this week's (Episode #264) PC Perspective Podcast (live or after the fact) and I'll give you the code word to include in the form below.
- You can download or watch the podcast right here: https://pcper.com/podcast
That's it!! You can win anywhere in the world and our winners will be randomly picked from the submissions we receive no later than the 20th of August at 6pm ET.
A big thanks goes to EVGA for providing these units!!
I sure will be watching and
I sure will be watching and waiting to here the code!
As well as other info about these goodies and other awesome news 🙂
I always used hard PCB
I always used hard PCB nameless bridges from Foxconn 😉 Which looks like this with my GTX 295 Red Editions: http://www.3dfx.ch/gallery/d/54591-2/Blue-Leader_s+GTX+295+RE_s+in+Quad+SLI.jpg
Or like this with my two GTX 680 SuperClocked Signature Editions: http://www.3dfx.ch/gallery/d/53860-2/Blue-Leader+SMP+2009+with+EVGA+GTX+680+SC+SE+2GB_s+in+2-Way+SLI.jpg
To be honest these nameless Foxconn bridges look better than them EVGA ones imo, none of that over done fugly pimped stuff.
The cover on the PCB is what
The cover on the PCB is what I kind of like about these overdone bridges. Maybe not these particular ones with lights and all that stuff, but still… 🙂
For $1,500-$2,000 minimum for
For $1,500-$2,000 minimum for a pair of cards, this should be a default bridge that comes with their products, going forward. I’ve never really liked the ribbons and always felt they were pretty iffy in some tight cases where things are not as . . . bound and restrained as one would like… and bare PCB bridges aren’t so hot… not that it really matters either way in the long run, of course. 🙂
Shout out thanks to EVGA &
Shout out thanks to EVGA & Jacob at EVGA for giving some bridges away.
It would be interesting to
It would be interesting to know approximately what percentage of your readership actually runs SLI setups, and how that percentage compares to the percentage of the overall PC-user population…
No winners list?
No winners list?
is it possible to buy these
is it possible to buy these by themselves?