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Nvidia GeForce RTX SLI NVLink Bridge 3 Slot

CCL Code: ACC2630
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Manufacturer Code: 900-14932-2500-000
| Manufacturer: NVIDIA

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Overview

The GeForce RTX NVLink bridge connects two NVLink SLI-ready graphics cards with 50X the transfer bandwidth of previous technologies. This means you can count on super-smooth gameplay at maximum resolutions with ultimate visual fidelity in GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and 2080 graphics cards.

Specifications

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Form Factor Adapter
Total 1 Piece(s)
Barcode 0812674022789

Warranty

Warranty 1 Year

Item Details

Manufacturer NVIDIA
Manufacturer Code 900-14932-2500-000
EAN 0812674022789
Condition New
Warranty

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 Year

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer NVIDIA
Manufacturer Code 900-14932-2500-000
Questions and Answers

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Q: Does this work with RTX Titan ?
Answer by Website User on 30th May 2022
No, only the 2080 and 2080 Ti. There is a RTX Titan specific model/
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Answer by Website User on 30th May 2022
I actually found out it does. Link: https://www.exxactcorp.com/blog/Components/what-is-nvlink-and-how-does-it-work
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Q: will this connect two RTX A5000 cards?
Answer by Website User on 9th August 2021
no, this is for the geforce RTX range. - Kristian N
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Q: Hi, We have a customer looking to NVLINK 2 x RTX 2080Ti into a Z4 G4 Workstation with an i9 processor. Is it possible with the 3 slot? Thanks
Answer by Website User on 1st August 2019
This depends on the motherboard you are installing them into as some motherboards have PCI slots spaced further apart than others.
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