EVGA PowerLink PCIe Power Cable Management
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The EVGA PowerLink™ is 100% compatible with EVGA's Four New iCX Cooled GeForce Graphics Cards; GTX 1070 SC 2 (08G-P4-6573-KR), GTX 1070 FTW 2 (08G-P4-6676-KR), GTX 1080 SC 2 (08G-P4-6583-KR), & GTX 1080 FTW 2 (08G-P4-6686-KR).
EVGA PowerLink™ Revolutionized Cable Management
The EVGA PowerLink™ has one primary function: to make your PC look even more awesome. This adapter allows you to reroute the power inputs for your graphics card, giving you improved case airflow, a lower profile height, and best of all, cleaner wiring setup. It even supports a unique configuration system allowing you to mix and match power input types to match your EVGA graphics card. The EVGA PowerLink™ is the best way to revolutionize your cable management.
Please note: This product cannot be guaranteed to be compatible with any other manufacturer of graphics cards. Features • Dramatically improves cable management & gives your rig a clean, professional look.
• Supports a variety of different PCI-E connections with adjustable spacing to fit wide range of graphics cards.
• Integrated solid state capacitors give you power filtering without affecting your overclock.
• Easy Installation while maintaining compatibility with the vast majority graphics cards.
The EVGA PowerLink™ supports any one of the following PCI-E configurations:
• 6-Pin Only.
• 8-Pin Only.
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