Monday, September 13th 2010

SPARKLE Also Introduces Calibre X450G Graphics Card with Arctic Cooling Solution

SPARKLE Computer Co., Ltd., the professional VGA card manufacturer and supplier, today also introduced the Calibre X450G graphics card with Arctic Cooling Solution,providing extremely cooling performance and powerful gaming experience. With more gaming horsepower than ever before and 1024MB of memory, the Calibre X450G graphics card’s 192 processing cores make DX11 games such as Dirt2, Metro 2033 feel like the real thing.Its powerful NVIDIA PhysX Technology creates rich, immersive physical effects with stunningly accurate realism. Experience absolute immersion and pure performance boost than prior generation GPUs with the the Calibre X450G graphics card.

NVIDIA CUDA Technology With 192 cores CUDA C/C++ Support and 32 Texture Units
CUDA Technology unlocks the power of the Calibre X450G Graphics Card's 192 processor cores to accelerate the most demanding system tasks such as video transcoding. The 32 Texture Units embedded in the GF106 can dramatically improve the texture processing efficient in latest DirectX 11 games, resulting in higher fps than the competitor's products.

Incredibly Detailed Visuals
Experience an unprecedented level of detail and realism in the latest games.Tessellation-one of the biggest new features of Microsoft DirectX11 helps developers create more detailed characters and terrain in games, bringing you sharper, crisper images and a more realistic experience. With great tessellation performance, the Calibre X450G Graphics Card brings your games closer to reality without sacrificing the high frame rates you enjoy. The Calibre X450G Graphics Card also brings stunning gaming effects with cutting-edge Microsoft DirectX 11 graphics and NVIDIA PhysX Technology take gaming to a new level.

Overclock Features Brings Unbeatable DX11 Performance To Mainstream Market
Compared with ordinary GeForce GTS 450 graphics cards on market, the Calibre X450 Graphics Card is overclocked out of box. With 850MHz core speed, 3800MHz memory speed and 1701MHz shader clock, it has 7.5% performance upgrade and take mainstream gamers' DirectX 11 gaming beyond HD.

Cutting-edge Cooling Solution From Arctic Cooling
The Calibre X450G Graphics Card features the Arctic Cooling Solution, with 3 pure copper heatpipes with 6mm diameter,2 big size PWM fans with 92mm diameter and pure aluminum fins that automatically adjusts the fan rotating speed according to the GPU working temperature and dissipate heat up to 11% more efficiently during game play and enable up to 15% quieter operation than the stock fan for GeForce GTS 450 graphic card, delivering more performance and has a higher tolerance for overclocking.The two PWM fans from Arctic Cooling solution bring maximum air flow but operate extremely silence, thanks to the low noise impellor design and the patented fan holder which eliminates the humming noise.

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6 Comments on SPARKLE Also Introduces Calibre X450G Graphics Card with Arctic Cooling Solution

#1
pantherx12
Hey it actually has a missing heat-pipe, can see the grove for it as well XD
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#2
_JP_
Nice catch panther!
Wonder why they removed one of the heatpipes, especially one of the middle. :confused:
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#3
pantherx12
See rather than saving the £1-2 of the heatpipe, they should of just charged 1-2 more.

Now it's not symmetrical and makes me a sad : [

No idea why the middle one either : /
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#4
qu4k3r
Nice cooler. Sorry if I offtopic but I'd like to know any oppinion of sparkle and its reputation, I mean that brand is a little unknown to me but it seems to be good at newegg's feedback, what do you think guys?
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#5
Kantastic
by: qu4k3r
Nice cooler. Sorry if I offtopic but I'd like to know any oppinion of sparkle and its reputation, I mean that brand is a little unknown to me but it seems to be good at newegg's feedback, what do you think guys?
They're a budget Nvidia brand, equivalent to ATI's Power Color and Diamond.
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#6
overclocking101
no vrm cooling! thats rediculous! why would any manu release a card with no vrm cooling
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