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For Sale:
SLI and CF Bridges - Make me an offer!!

Will Ship To: Anywhere

I have several SLI and CF bridges I no longer need. Shipping is included to the U.S. only. Paypal or Amazon payments with verified address.

Heatware is under utnorris@yahoo.com

SLI bridges
4 way SLI - $15 SOLD
3 way SLI - $10
2 way SLI - $8

CF bridges. I have various lengths.
$15 each for either of the two longest.
$10 each for the mid size ones.
$8 each for the smaller ones.
Edited by utnorris - 12/13/14 at 2:10pm
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post #2 of 15
I don't suppose you have any EVGA 2 way SLI bridges?
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Not that say EVGA on them.
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Do you know what sli connector i need for two 690s? will i need two sincce each card has 2 gpus?
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Honestly I am not sure. I believe you just need one, but I would ask the question over on the Nvidia forums.
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O Will do and then when I find out I'll come buy one or two from yah!
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Originally Posted by jesusnadinosaur View Post

Do you know what sli connector i need for two 690s? will i need two sincce each card has 2 gpus?

AFAIK you will just need the flexible (2 way) SLI connector. I have a pair of GTX590's in SLI and I just need that exact one and only one of them (especially since it only has one place to hook it up). Here is an article about SLI and the GTX690 --> http://us.hardware.info/reviews/2975/nvidia-geforce-gtx-690-sli-review-ridiculously-powerful

HTH
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AFAIK you will just need the flexible (2 way) SLI connector. I have a pair of GTX590's in SLI and I just need that exact one and only one of them (especially since it only has one place to hook it up). Here is an article about SLI and the GTX690 --> http://us.hardware.info/reviews/2975/nvidia-geforce-gtx-690-sli-review-ridiculously-powerful

HTH

So the flexible one that came with my msi mobo should work? The article has me a little scared that my 1000w evga psu won't have enough power... I hope I can afford a 1300w evga psu if that's the case and sell thi one frown.gif(
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Originally Posted by jesusnadinosaur View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by DOS_equis View Post

AFAIK you will just need the flexible (2 way) SLI connector. I have a pair of GTX590's in SLI and I just need that exact one and only one of them (especially since it only has one place to hook it up). Here is an article about SLI and the GTX690 --> http://us.hardware.info/reviews/2975/nvidia-geforce-gtx-690-sli-review-ridiculously-powerful

HTH

So the flexible one that came with my msi mobo should work? The article has me a little scared that my 1000w evga psu won't have enough power... I hope I can afford a 1300w evga psu if that's the case and sell thi one frown.gif(

Quick Googling revealed that:
950W per post #3 in this thread --> http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/351225-31-required-gtx690
600W (for just the cards) per this review article --> http://www.hardwareluxx.com/index.php/reviews/hardware/vgacards/21566-test-2x-geforce-gtx-690-in-quad-sli.html

but if you look on page 3 (second link) the testbed machine has a 1000W PSU in it. I would run it the way you have it and use a Kill-A-Watt or similar to see exactly what the real power draw is. I don't think i would run it more than 90-95% of rated output so you have some headroom. This is just personal opinion though. Maybe someone else will chime in about it. It really depends on how much your overclock is and other factors like spinner HDD's, watercooling pumps, etc that are also contributing to the load on the PSU. Use Furmark to load the cards up and check the draw on the system via the Kill-A-Watt since this should yield the worst-case load it will experience.
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Originally Posted by DOS_equis View Post

Quick Googling revealed that:
950W per post #3 in this thread --> http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/351225-31-required-gtx690
600W (for just the cards) per this review article --> http://www.hardwareluxx.com/index.php/reviews/hardware/vgacards/21566-test-2x-geforce-gtx-690-in-quad-sli.html

but if you look on page 3 (second link) the testbed machine has a 1000W PSU in it. I would run it the way you have it and use a Kill-A-Watt or similar to see exactly what the real power draw is. I don't think i would run it more than 90-95% of rated output so you have some headroom. This is just personal opinion though. Maybe someone else will chime in about it. It really depends on how much your overclock is and other factors like spinner HDD's, watercooling pumps, etc that are also contributing to the load on the PSU. Use Furmark to load the cards up and check the draw on the system via the Kill-A-Watt since this should yield the worst-case load it will experience.

Where would I purchase a kill a watt? Also that's good news the last thing I want to do right now Is buy a new psu.. especially a 1300w one, they are not cheap by any means.
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