Friday, November 23rd 2012

Sparkle Announces the Calibre X660 Dual Fan Graphics Card

Calibre Series brings introduces an exciting new product to life today: the Calibre X660 Dual Fan Solution. The latest X660 Dual Fan Solution clocks at 1059 MHz core frequency with boost up to 1124 MHz and 6008 MHz memory speed, delivering class-leading performance achieving an 8% performance increase at default overclocked setting.

Extreme Custom Cooling Delivering Class leading Performance
The Calibre X660 Dual Fan is equipped with the ultimate dual silent PWM cooling fan, by utilizing 3 units 6ø ultra cool heat pipes, the heat is easily dissipated from the surface of the cooling fin, fully covering the key components onboard. The dual Fan provides up to a 15°C lower temperature than the reference board.

Built with only the Best Components

The latest graphics solution utilizes the best components a graphic card can have, such as a tantalum cap, alloy choke and uses the SO8 Powerpack, allowing a stable gaming performance event at overclocked setting.

The Calibre X660 Dual Fan retains the NVIDIA Kepler-powered family features, with the best in class gaming performance and power efficiency, with an advanced cooling design, offering the best gaming weapon at an affordable price for all gamers.
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13 Comments on Sparkle Announces the Calibre X660 Dual Fan Graphics Card

#1
james888
I just LOOOVE the name sparkle! :roll:
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#2
fusionblu
Nice card like the x670 and x680 equivalents. I would like to see a good review on all three cards (this one included) as there is only one review on the x680 model.
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#3
Th3pwn3r
by: james888
I just LOOOVE the name sparkle! :roll:
Well it's certainly a very attractive card and in the right lighting I think it just might Sparkle.


by: fusionblu
Nice card like the x670 and x680 equivalents. I would like to see a good review on all three cards (this one included) as there is only one review on the x680 model.
Yeah, that'd be nice. Also, I'd like to see real world testing in terms of running cooler over reference WITH sound levels being measured because it's easy to run cooler with louder fans that are rotating faster, being cooler with equal or less noise is the difficult part.
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#5
badtaylorx
i have a pair of the 560ti's and they SCREAM!!! 1069Mhz vantage stable....

i hope they put the same lvl of binning into these....
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#6
james888
[quote="Th3pwn3r, post: 2784207"]Well it's certainly a very attractive card and in the right lighting I think it just might Sparkle.[quote]It is a nice looking card, yes. The game world of tanks is fun, but the name is terrible. Same thing here. At least it gives me a laugh every time I see it. Kinda shallow to say think though.
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#7
Vancha
As far as the 670 and 680 go, they use the same cooler as Gainward, so you can get temp benchmarks pretty easily. As far as the sound goes, they're on the noisier end of things (acoustically, you're probably better off with Asus, IceQ, Gigabyte or Powercolor).

I'd definitely like to know the stats on this cooler in particular, though. I have a thing for smaller-name brands and a 660 or 660ti may well be in my future.
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#8
HossHuge
Only the EVGA FTW GTX 660 has a higher boost clock than this.

by: james888
I just LOOOVE the name sparkle! :roll:
I'm just glad they got rid of the purple.
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#9
Vancha
by: HossHuge
I'm just glad they got rid of the purple.
I only wish they'd gone with something other than black. Everything's becoming black. Everything the same. Total uniformity. It's so boring.
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#10
james888
by: Vancha
I only wish they'd gone with something other than black. Everything's becoming black. Everything the same. Total uniformity. It's so boring.
I want the market to trend away from black while I keep my black. I like black.
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#11
Th3pwn3r
by: james888
It is a nice looking card, yes. The game world of tanks is fun, but the name is terrible. Same thing here. At least it gives me a laugh every time I see it. Kinda shallow to say think though.
Sparkle is just the name of the company. When you buy them out you can change the name to james888 which would probably be much, much better.
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james888
by: Th3pwn3r
Sparkle is just the name of the company. When you buy them out you can change the name to james888 which would probably be much, much better.
What a silly name! :) I demand it to my I-james888 ROG Vengence x660 SOC
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#13
Widjaja
This is a good looking no nonsense card.
If I was in the market for a card i would consider one of these.
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