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SLI Bridge Question

So, I decided to get a second GTX 680 2gb to SLI, and was wondering about the SLI bridge. As you all know, Nvidia cards don't come with SLI connectors, those usually come with the mobos. So I'm having to order mine online.

Here is the GTX 680's I'm SLI(ing):

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125422

My question is, will a 70mm SLI bridge be long enough to connect them? Was going to order this:

http://www.amazon.com/Asus-08G160001240-Bridge-Connector-Flexible/dp/B005GMFR7S

Thanks in advanced :)

(And yes, I know my Mobo can run SLI, I checked. It's on the board, Nvidia SLI ready).
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    It totally depends upon the distance between your two PCIe lanes. 70mm=7cm~2.75in, so that sounds like ample length to connect your two 680's.
  2. jthill909 said:
    It totally depends upon the distance between your two PCIe lanes. 70mm=7cm~2.75in, so that sounds like ample length to connect your two 680's.


    Thanks. I feel like a dope, should have just measured it.
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