Tuesday, January 23rd 2007

SPARKLE Introduces GeForce 7900 GS HDMI Graphic Cards

SPARKLE Computer Co., Ltd., today proudly launched the SPARKLE GeForce 7900 GS 256MB/512MB GDDR3 HDMI graphics cards, a High Definition multimedia VGA solution with support for HDMI and HDCP. Based on NVIDIA's award-winning GeForce 7 GPU architecture, SPARKLE GeForce 7900 GS 256MB/512MB GDDR3 HDMI graphics cards are designed for extreme HD gaming and deliver ultra-realistic gaming experiences and unparalleled image quality at resolutions of up to 2560x1600. 20 Pixels rendering pipelines, 450MHz core speed, 256-bit memory interface and unbelievable fast 1320MHz 256MB/512MB GDDR3 memory enable blazing graphics performance with maximum quality.

More important, SPARKLE GeForce 7900 GS 256MB/512MB GDDR3 HDMI graphics cards feature the latest generation HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) which combines both the high-definition video and audio signal into one cable for exceptionally smooth and sharp image quality and crisp audio without distortion. Additionally, SPARKLE GeForce 7900 GS 256MB/512MB GDDR3 HDMI graphics cards support HDCP encryption, allowing users to experience the highest-resolution HD broadcasts at 1080p. SPARKLE GeForce 7900 GS 256MB/512MB GDDR3 HDMI graphics cards with the NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GS GPU also support PureVideo HD technology, allowing users to build the ideal digital media PC.

“SPARKLE GeForce 7900 GS 256MB/512MB GDDR3 HDMI are one of the certified 7900 GS HDMI graphics cards at first.” Said Kevin Wang, sales director of SPARKLE Computer Co., Ltd. “To keep our pace with cutting-edge HDMI technology, SPARKLE has been implementing extreme research and development abilities to establish the HDMI compatibility in SPARKLE GeForce 7900 GS graphics cards that extend a wider scenario of PC usages besides HD DX9 gaming and video experience.”

Source: SPARKLE
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3 Comments on SPARKLE Introduces GeForce 7900 GS HDMI Graphic Cards

#1
tkpenalty
I wouldn't pay that much for HDMI :/
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#2
killatia
i wonder how the sound is on it, considering it also has spdif output.
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#3
Grings
i think it just hooks up to a motherboard/soundcard spdif output, to send it down hdmi cable (though it has an output as well, for receiver)
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