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SLI Bridge Premium Twin-Ax Shielding - 12 cm

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LINKUP - Flexible SLI Bridge GPU Cable Extreme High-Speed Twin-axial Technology Premium Shielding 100ohm Design for nVidia GPUs Graphic Cards - [12 cm]

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  • Over 16GB/s via rare shielded Twin-axial wires and dedicated power lines for lossless signals at range.
  • Flexible sectional design allows for aggressive orientations and better airflow.
  • Quality hand soldered gold-plated contacts for signal integrity.
  • Individual laneway shielding prevents external EMI/EFI and interference between channels.
  • Individual laneway shielding prevents external EMI/EFI and interference between channels.


►【Twin-axial Speed】 LINKUP Riser Cables feature technology used in the construction of OCuLink, 8639 U.2, and SAS cables that are tested to reach speeds of 10GB/s per channel.

►【Improved Shielding】 Individual laneway shielding blocks unwanted interference to improve signal strength at longer distances.

►【Pure Frequency】 Designed to match PCIE impedance differential of 100 ohms—signals traveling between the motherboard and the GPU are matched at the proper frequency without added capacitors that can fail.

►【Dynamic Design】Improved flexible design allows for more folds and aggressively angled orientations while maintaining airflow to keep temperatures low.

►【Quality Craftsmanship】Hand-soldered 4-layer PCB with gold-plating for best signal and product life.

►【Robust Construction】Designed with heavy-duty junctions at PCB/cable junctions for improved durability.

►【LINKUP Cares】Every cable is tested before shipping and backed by a LINKUP 1-Year Limited Warranty and premium online support.

1-Year Warranty and Premium Support

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