the thing is with 3 way sli cards, your ok. You can use the connector with them as regualr 2 way sli as well, but the problem is if you ever change to regular 2 way sli max cards or quad sli cards, you'll need the 2way connector since those card don't have the extra pins
i wanted to thank you for posting a reply. when your in the trench some things that make perfect sense
to some is like mass confusion to the rest.. lol and i wanted to get a jump to the EVGA store for a 2-way connector
so i could get it here if needed.. ( you know them punks want $60 for next day air?? ) plus $20 bucks for the
connector .. gee wizz
i would have replied sooner, and wanted to reply for others that may be searching for the same answer.
but my card did arive this evening, and i can confirm that a 3-way SLI bridge works just fine on a 2-way
SLI configuration. and HELL YES I LOVE IT !! ive been wanting to do sli since the vodoo days. so F hey
im enjoying it very much...
I just wasnt prepared for the heat increase.. i do have liguid on the i7 940 ( @3.4 ghz ) but i noticed
around a 7 degree increase idle from 39 say to 46.. and GPU temps went from 50 idle to around 62
with a load on crysis max i get around 80 GPU temp.. soooo... fan speed tweeeling is in my future.
but im happy , thanks and i hope this helps others searching for this answer in cyberspace somewhere..
i7 940 ( @3.4 )
P6T 6 gb dominator 1600
2x GTX 280's
can of woop ass = free!! lol