Tuesday, March 23rd 2010

SPARKLE Announces GeForce 210 1GB Graphics Card With 128-bit Video Memory Design

SPARKLE Computer Co., Ltd., the professional VGA card manufacturer and supplier, today announced the SPARKLE GeForce 210 1GB Graphics Card with 128-bit video memory design, bringing impressive graphics processing power to your PC at an incredible value.

Based on NVIDIA’s next generation G210 architecture, the SPARKLE GeForce 210 1GB Graphics Card adopts innovative unified architecture, dynamically allocates processing power to geometry, vertex, physics, or pixel shading operations, delivering up to 2x the gaming performance of prior generation GPUs. Built upon technologies such as NVIDIA Lumenex Engine, providing support for DirectX 10.1 Shader Model 4.0, NVIDIA Quantum Effects technology for physics computation and GigaThread Technology for extreme processing efficiency in advanced, next generation shader programs.

128-bit Video Memory Design
Compared with ordinary GeForce 210 graphics cards with 64-bit video memory design on market, the SPARKLE GeForce 210 1GB Graphics Card Cards come with incredible 128-bit video memory design, providing 2 times video memory bandwidth than the ordinary GeForce 210 graphics cards, giving incredible graphics processing power to enhance photos, edit videos, watch movies, play games, or get a Premium Windows 7 Experience.

1GB Large-capacity High Speed Video Memory
Today‘s games, such as Crysis, Alone in the Dark 5, Stalker: clear sky, they normally use a large number of bump texture, transparent texture to describe faces of characters and render realistic gaming scenes, so these games put higher demands on the capacities of video memory. The current situation demands at least 512 MB video memory to run these games. The SPARKLE GeForce 210 1GB Graphics Card comes with incredible large 1GB DDR2 high speed video memory can let users to pass the 3DMark Vantage High Test which strictly demand at least 512MB video memory, providing much more detail information to mainstream users for better understanding its graphics capability.

Special Designed Cooling System
The SPARKLE GeForce 210 1GB Graphics Cards are equipped with exquisitely made low-speed cooling fan with low working noise which is no more than 32dB. The cooling fan uses high-density aluminum heatsink , providing a comprehensive cooling solution to the graphics cards.

The capacitors are key factor of power supply on the system and it has great impact on system stability. At present, solid capacitors and electrolytic capacitors both store electricity and discharge it when needed. According to factual test, any operation under high frequency and temperature, solid capacitors are able to supply more stable current than electrolytic capacitors and strengthen longer lifespan. Solid capacitors contain zero risk of leaking or exploding. TheSPARKLE GeForce 210 1GB Graphics Card Cards use all solid capacitor as a true factor of products quality.

Experience the vivid DX10.1 gaming graphics at fluent frame rates, or go beyond traditional 3D graphics and experience GPU-accelerated NVIDIA PhysX gaming effects, Stereoscopic 3D, and lightning fast video and image processing. All you need is the SPARKLE GeForce 210 1GB Graphics Card with full DirectX 10.1 and full Shader Model 4.1 support, delivering unparalleled levels of graphics realism and film-quality effects.

Graphics cards are an essential element of today’s PCs, enabling more visual and more interactive experiences. As a leading manufacturer in graphics cards market, SPARKLE worked closely with Microsoft on the development of Windows 7 to ensure that its graphics cards take full advantage of the great new features and functionality. If you use your PC to enhance photos, watch or edit videos, play games, or if you simply desire a fast and efficient graphical interface, the SPARKLE GeForce 210 1GB Graphics Card will surely delight your senses and offer a premium experience for Windows 7.

High-definition video decoder and post-processor delivers unprecedented picture clarity, smooth video and accurate color for movies and video. Hardware decode acceleration provides ultra-smooth playback of H.264, VC-1, WMV, DivX, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 HD and SD movies without the need for a dual or quad-core CPU. Dual-stream hardware acceleration supports picture-in-picture content for the ultimate interactive Blu-ray and HD DVD movie experience.

GeForce GPU support for NVIDIA PhysX technology, enabling a totally new class of physical gaming interaction for a more dynamic and realistic experience with GeForce. CUDA technology unlocks the power of the GPU's processor cores to accelerate the most demanding system tasks such as video transcoding delivering up to 7x performance over traditional CPUs. Fully integrated support for HDMI 1.3a including xvYCC,Deep color and 7.1 digital surround sound.
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33 Comments on SPARKLE Announces GeForce 210 1GB Graphics Card With 128-bit Video Memory Design

#2
newtekie1
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1GB...why?
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#3
Fourstaff
They are dumping ddr2 memory along with the "graphics card"
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#4
u2konline
by: newtekie1
1GB...why?
1GB on cards is nice if you ask me, i just think releasing another gt210 is kinda silly, when sparkle already has what 2 other gt210, how many gt210 of the same specs do we need ?
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newtekie1
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by: u2konline
1GB on cards is nice if you ask me, i just think releasing another gt210 is kinda silly, when sparkle already has what 2 other gt210, how many gt210 of the same specs do we need ?
1GB on some cards is nice, cards this low on the performance scale will never even touch that amount of memory.
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#6
mtosev
at least it has 128bit. should be a nice performance boost
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#7
Zubasa
by: mtosev
at least it has 128bit. should be a nice performance boost
In that case you might as well grab a GT220 that might actually be cheaper. :shadedshu
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#9
suraswami
by: u2konline
1GB on cards is nice if you ask me, i just think releasing another gt210 is kinda silly, when sparkle already has what 2 other gt210, how many gt210 of the same specs do we need ?
Probably a Manager change in the department and he/she got bored because NVidia is doing nothing :D
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#10
RejZoR
And the idiocy goes on... instead releasing DX11 low end parts (hell, if they can't run the games, they are at least useful for CUDA). But no, a 53 milionth version of G80 rebatch of a reheated rebrand. C'mon, stop this idiocy, will ya?
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newtekie1
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by: RejZoR
And the idiocy goes on... instead releasing DX11 low end parts (hell, if they can't run the games, they are at least useful for CUDA). But no, a 53 milionth version of G80 rebatch of a reheated rebrand. C'mon, stop this idiocy, will ya?
Seriously, could you try any harder at trolling?:laugh:
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#13
RejZoR
by: newtekie1
Seriously, could you try any harder at trolling?:laugh:
It's not me that's trolling, NVIDIA and it's partners are forcing me to troll. :roll:
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newtekie1
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by: RejZoR
It's not me that's trolling, NVIDIA and it's partners are forcing me to troll. :roll:
Yes, because it is so horrible to release cards based on entirely new GPUs that just came out 5 months ago. Why aren't you over trolling on every announcement of an ATi card based on their GPUs released 5 months ago(AKA every new HD5870/5850/5770/5760/etc.)?

What do you know, there were two announcements(one from Sapphire and one from MSI) just today for new HD5800 series cards, where were you in those threads? I mean after all, the GT216/GT218 are technically newer GPUs than Cypress...

Man, I can't believe ATi is milking Cypress...the idiocy goes on...:rolleyes:
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#15
trickson
OH, I have such a headache
by: RejZoR
And the idiocy goes on... instead releasing DX11 low end parts (hell, if they can't run the games, they are at least useful for CUDA). But no, a 53 milionth version of G80 rebatch of a reheated rebrand. C'mon, stop this idiocy, will ya?
Not every one is a gamer and not every one Needs DX11 as DX9 and DX10 are still the dominant norm .
But what gets me is your disdain on nVidia why all the harsh talk ? Trolling maybe ?
I think it is a good move for nVidia to make some extra cash . nothing wrong with that ..
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newtekie1
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by: trickson
Not every one is a gamer and not every one Needs DX11 as DX9 and DX10 are still the dominant norm .
But what gets me is your disdain on nVidia why all the harsh talk ? Trolling maybe ?
I think it is a good move for nVidia to make some extra cash . nothing wrong with that ..
Indeed, especially since these GPUs were nVidia's 40nm test GPUs, similar to the HD4770. Of course ATi was planning to use that GPU in more cards than the HD4770, but due to the issues with their rush to 40nm, they couldn't, and the put themselve in their own naming debacle.
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#17
trickson
OH, I have such a headache
by: newtekie1
Indeed, especially since these GPUs were nVidia's 40nm test GPUs, similar to the HD4770. Of course ATi was planning to use that GPU in more cards than the HD4770, but due to the issues with their rush to 40nm, they couldn't, and the put themselve in their own naming debacle.
You got it right . They RUSH every thing just to be on top . But in the end the 4870 started off with 512MB's of ram then what did they do ????? Just months AFTER they added 1 GB ( this so they could catch up to the GTX 260 and it FAILED !! ) And you ( RejZoR ) come on ranting about the idiocy of nVidia ? go home troller !
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newtekie1
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by: trickson
You got it right . They RUSH every thing just to be on top . But in the end the 4870 started off with 512MB's of ram then what did they do ????? Just months AFTER they added 1 GB ( this so they could catch up to the GTX 260 and it FAILED !! ) And you ( RejZoR ) come on ranting about the idiocy of nVidia ? go home troller !
Both rush everything.:laugh:

I was actually pretty happy to just sit back and have the same cards out for a while...it was a nice breather.:laugh:
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#19
u2konline
Wouldn't it make more sense for nvidia to release some low to mid range dx11 cards?

by: trickson
My sentiments exactly ! LOL ! :laugh:
LOL yea i laugh hard when i seen it too lol
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#20
hat
Maximum Overclocker
"with incredible 128-bit video memory design"

:wtf:
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#21
trickson
OH, I have such a headache
by: hat
"with incredible 128-bit video memory design"

:wtf:
Yeah . But for most home users this will be more than enough and they can put then in HP's and Compaq as well . LOL ! :rockout:
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newtekie1
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by: u2konline
Wouldn't it make more sense for nvidia to release some low to mid range dx11 cards?
If you look at it from a marketting stand point, yes, but only if you look at it from a marketting stand point.

Really, it doesn't make any sense to release low to mid range DX11 cards, as they won't be able to actually run anything in DX11...

It is just like the early onset of DX10, we will and are seeing a bunch of low to mid range cards that technically support it, but will never actually be able to run it with playable framerates. IMO, that is just stupid.
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#23
r9
This card is intended for people who like big number and know nothing about computers. For them 210 with 1GB is clearly better choice than any other 512MB card.
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#24
Zubasa
by: newtekie1
Yes, because it is so horrible to release cards based on entirely new GPUs that just came out 5 months ago. Why aren't you over trolling on every announcement of an ATi card based on their GPUs released 5 months ago(AKA every new HD5870/5850/5770/5760/etc.)?
What a good twist of fate.
Technically Dec 13th (Juniper's launch day) is newer than Dec 12th (GT218/216's Launch Date) :p
So no the "(AKA every new 5770/5760/etc.)" is just plain trolling, neither are even close to 5 months old.

by: trickson
You got it right . They RUSH every thing just to be on top . But in the end the 4870 started off with 512MB's of ram then what did they do ????? Just months AFTER they added 1 GB ( this so they could catch up to the GTX 260 and it FAILED !! )
Isn't the GTX 260 suppose to have 192SPs at launch?
Guess which side did a ninja change in spec to actually catch up :slap:

by: newtekie1
Indeed, especially since these GPUs were nVidia's 40nm test GPUs, similar to the HD4770. Of course ATi was planning to use that GPU in more cards than the HD4770, but due to the issues with their rush to 40nm, they couldn't, and the put themselve in their own naming debacle.
Actually the RV740 is also used in the HD 4750 ;)

Funny enough that this thread is suppose to be about Sparkle releasing another pointless card and turns into troll wars.
What an effective solution, counter trolling with more trolling. :shadedshu
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newtekie1
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by: Zubasa
What a good twist of fate.
Technically Dec 13th (Juniper's launch day) is newer than Dec 12th (GT218/216's Launch Date) :p
So no the "(AKA every new 5770/5760/etc.)" is just plain trolling, neither are even close to 5 months old.
Not really trolling, as it isn't blatent bashing the company, or really bashing the company at all like your comments. I messed up a minor detail, but everything else I said was accurate about Cypress, I forgot that they were not launched at the same time. My comments were to correct your horrid mis-information, as opposed to your comments which were essentially totally wrong information wise, with the sole intention of bashing nVidia and getting a rise out of people.


by: Zubasa
Isn't the GTX 260 suppose to have 192SPs at launch?
Guess which side did a ninja change in spec to actually catch up :slap:
Actually it was 192 SPs at launch, no supposed to at all. And they didn't really do a ninja change in specs to catch up, since they did it before HD4870 1GB was released...you can't catch up if you are already ahead.:laugh: There isn't really anything wrong with either move, both sides constantly update and change their line-ups to remain competitive.


by: Zubasa
Actually the RV740 is also used in the HD 4750 ;)

Funny enough that this thread is suppose to be about Sparkle releasing another pointless card and turns into troll wars.
What an effective solution, counter trolling with more trolling. :shadedshu
True, but it was so obscure you can't even find it on ATi's own charts...then again so were the HD 4730 and HD 4790 which were both RV770/790 based...if that makes any sense.:laugh:

And correcting blatent mis-information is hardly trolling.
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