Thursday, September 6th 2012

Sparkle Announces the Calibre X680/X670 Captain Graphics Cards

Calibre, one of industry leading brands of graphics solutions, launches the latest products, Calibre X680 Captain & Calibre X670 Captain, powered by NVIDIA's TOP 28 nm Kepler engine – GK104.

Calibre Series Returns with Maximum Performance

As the flagship product line of Calibre, Captain Series brings the tremendous different from reference design by tweaking the performance and cooling system, bringing the tremendous different from reference design. Moreover, Calibre X680/ X670 Captain Series preloaded overclocking value for enthusiasts.


Mono Luxury Design

Calibre X680 & X670 Captain Series is built for enthusiasts only, with tons of expensive gears design, ready to tackle all the hungry gamers' demands. By utilizing CoolPro Cooling System, Triple Silent PWN Fans with specialize Compact Stack Fin Heat Sinks optimizes air flow through 6 mm six ultra cool heat pipes design provides strong thermal-hydraulic cooling performance. Furthermore, 6+2 Phases power design provides stability at load, while 2oz Copper PCB delivers better energy efficiency and stability for overclocking. Moreover, with all solid built components design, Calibre X680/X670 Captain Series delivers the extremely gaming experience like never before.
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19 Comments on Sparkle Announces the Calibre X680/X670 Captain Graphics Cards

#1
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
As the flagship product line of Calibre, Captain Series brings the tremendous different from reference design by tweaking the performance and cooling system, bringing the tremendous different from reference design.
:confused:

Looks are good.
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#2
jigar2speed
So am i suppose to buy fans separately ? :shadedshu
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#4
Maban
I would much rather have the Accelero Xtreme with the pretty purple fans. Sparkle's Calibre line used to look awesome. I'm not a fan of the Phantom style heatsink.


by: jigar2speed
So am i suppose to buy fans separately ? :shadedshu
The fans are underneath the heatsink.
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#5
okidna
by: jigar2speed
So am i suppose to buy fans separately ? :shadedshu
There's 3 fans underneath that heatsink, just like Gainward Phantom.
You can see the fan blades from the 3rd picture.
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#6
de.das.dude
Pro Indian Modder
looks like a 3 slot. fail much?
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#8
DarkOCean
by: holdengtsr1
Gainward Phantom, anyone?
my first tought when saw this.
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#9
Mindweaver
Moderato®™
I don't get it.. If your already taking up 3 slots why not make it a 4 slot and put a kick stand on it?...lol
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#10
draecko
Phantom Rip-off, even the clocks aren't that impressive. I would sue if I were Gainward...
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#11
badtaylorx
i got a pair of callibre 560ti's

they both oc to 1050 on air....and they do it with only 2 6mm heatpipes.....

10k+ 3d11p not too shabby
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/2716743
so if they can make a 560ti that can out gun a 570 (let alone the 448) yeah,, ill give em the bennefit of the doubt
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#12
LAN_deRf_HA
This is what palit gets for keeping gainward out of NA.
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#13
draecko
by: badtaylorx
i got a pair of callibre 560ti's

they both oc to 1050 on air....and they do it with only 2 6mm heatpipes.....

10k+ 3d11p not too shabby
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/2716743
so if they can make a 560ti that can out gun a 570 (let alone the 448) yeah,, ill give em the bennefit of the doubt
I'm not raising my eyebrows untill I see a pair of those hit 17,5k on 3DM11. I have a pair of MSI's running on 1100 on air just fine.
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/3769416
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#14
Fairlady-z
This is looking pretty sweet. Is this available in the US?
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#15
FYFI13
by: DarkOCean
my first tought when saw this.
Same here. Pure Phantom ripoff.
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#16
SIGSEGV
the design of the sparkle's calibre card is awesome..
if only they used the arctic cooling accelero extreme like their previously nvidia's fermi released cards (non df cards) it would be great..:ohwell:,
maybe those fans will run more quiet and do much better thermal treatment rather than arctic cooling accelero extreme, who knows..

review please :rockout:
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#17
badtaylorx
by: draecko
I'm not raising my eyebrows untill I see a pair of those hit 17,5k on 3DM11. I have a pair of MSI's running on 1100 on air just fine.
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/3769416
pair of which...my 560s...or the new 670s???

and 1.1ghz on air cooled 570 core....thats a damn good oc.....middle of winter??? id love to see your s.s ...color me impressed
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#18
sic_doni
by: holdengtsr1
Gainward Phantom, anyone?
yeah bro...for me it looks like gainward phantom :laugh:
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#19
draecko
by: badtaylorx
pair of which...my 560s...or the new 670s???

and 1.1ghz on air cooled 570 core....thats a damn good oc.....middle of winter??? id love to see your s.s ...color me impressed
yeah, I meant the new sparkle cards. Your 560's are very impressive as well :toast: As for my msi 670's, they are the OC power editions with the new TF4 cooler. They run faster than a gtx590 on stock voltage. :D

Here the review: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_670_Power_Edition/
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