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The Bitspower SLi / Crossfire Multi-Link Adapter is used in conjunction with the Crystal Link Tubes to connect multiple VGA cards together in a liquid cooling configuration. The complete system creates a secure connection between cards that uses no tubing whatsoever, and allows fluid color to show through the connection itself!
Note: Secondary picture shows with optional Crystal Link Tubes available below. Adapters are designed to work with these tubes!
Total Reviews: 3 Average Rating:
Reviewer: Joe (37)
Like always, Bitspower makes another awesome product. I''m currently using these in my loop with E22''s clear acrylic tubing and provides a very snug fit.
Reviewer: Steve (12)
I used to use two elbow fitting and shape a piece of tubing in a "C" pattern to hook up both my video cards. With these it is a breeze. Each fitting has two rubber O-rings in them. Screw one into the top card, put the crystal tube into the bottom one (seat it all the way in through both O-rings for a double-seal) and screw it into the bottom card. Then install the top card into the motherboard and then gently separating the two cards as you insert the second card, lining up the tube with the top cards fitting. Then gently squeeze the two cards together pushing the tube into the top card fitting. Again, seat it all the way in. The instructions say to use the 14mm tube for water blocks that have ports facing up and down. It was too short for mine so I used the 19mm, but I also pushed the tube in all the way into both O-rings. No leaks, looks awesome and now I don''t have the huge "C" shape tube wraping around both cards.
Reviewer: peanutskeeter (18)
I think these are cool because there is no "permanent" attaching of the crystal tubes into it. The tubes just slide into this fitting and there are a couple of gaskets that keep it air tight. I suppose this is good if you are wanting to seperate the cards or whatever and don''t want to mess with hardware.