Wednesday, March 7th 2018

Colorful Announces iGame SLI HB Bridge

Colorful Technology Company Limited, professional manufacturer of graphics cards, motherboards and high-performance storage solutions is proud to announce its iGame SLI HB Bridge that will fit perfectly with the aesthetics of COLORFUL graphics cards supporting SLI. The new iGame SLI HB bridges supports dual-link SLI mode that improves performance for graphics card that support NVIDIA SLI including the latest NVIDIA 10-Series graphics cards.

The new COLORFUL iGame SLI HB Bridge improve SLI performance when used with compatible NVIDIA 10-series Pascal GPUs that support High-Bandwidth SLI by delivering double the bandwidth of traditional SLI bridges. The iGame SLI HB Bridge also supports traditional SLI compatible graphics cards from NVIDIA. This increases overall performance from both GPUs and provides a smoother experience when playing demanding games that properly utilize NVIDIA SLI. Not only do you get improved, overall performance in higher resolutions, you also get higher framerates which compliment today's high-performance monitors.
Builders who want a stylish yet high-performing SLI setup will find the COLORFUL iGame SLI HB Bridge to compliment COLORFUL graphics cards perfectly. The bridges are designed to support two-way SLI configurations and is available in 2-slot, 3-slot and 4-slot spacing options.

The COLORFUL iGame SLI HB Bridge feature a futuristic styling that resonate with most modern games, reflecting the aggressive and strong image that gaming evokes. With more than 1000 games and applications in Steam that support NVIDIA SLI, make sure you get the best out of your SLI setup with the right HB Bridge.
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3 Comments on Colorful Announces iGame SLI HB Bridge

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Upgrayedd
I know pretty much nothing about the details of SLI. Can bridges and interfaces be overclocked at all?
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cucker tarlson
Well they do run at a certain frequency, and the higher the frequency, the faster the cards can communicate.

" Legacy SLI bridges operate at a frequency of 400 MHz and only use one SLI finger (connector). The NVIDIA HB SLI Bridge can operate at 650 MHz and use both SLI fingers which should increase the bandwidth in theory and also allow a faster communication between both cards."


AFAIK there's no software capable of overclocking the bridge tho.
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