Tuesday, December 4th 2007

SPARKLE Announced GeForce 8800GT 256MB Graphic Cards

SPARKLE Computer Co., Ltd., the professional VGA card manufacturer and supplier, today announced the SPARKLE GeForce 8800 GT 256MB Graphics Card and SPARKLE GeForce 8800 GT 256MB Passive Graphic Card, the latest in SPARKLE GeForce 8 series products line. These two graphic cards are specifically developed to meet mainstream gamers' demand for high-performing graphic cards with lower prices. The SPARKLE GeForce 8800GT 256MB passive graphics card can also brings totally wholehearted gaming experience to users who seek 0dB working noise DirectX 10 graphic cards.


With most advanced 65nm manufacture techniques and unified architecture, the SPARKLE GeForce 8800 GT 256MB graphic card and SPARKLE GeForce 8800 GT 256MB passive graphics card embrace 112 stream processors, a fast 256-bit memory interface with 600MHz core speed and 1400MHz 256MB GDDR3 fast memory, offering a hyper-reactive, intensely robust gaming experience for the latest next-generation DirectX 10 games, such as Crysis, Hellgate: London, and Gears of War, as well as full support for current DirectX 9 games.

With NVIDIA second-generation PureVideo HD technology inside, the SPARKLE GeForce 8800 GT 256MB graphic card and SPARKLE GeForce 8800 GT 256MB passive graphics card bring incredible HD video experience to users. Their PureVideo™ HD VP2 technology deliver the highest-quality playback of HD DVD and Blu-ray movies on mainstream PCs. The new programmable video processing engine takes on all of the high definition H.264 HD video decoding, freeing the CPU to perform other tasks and significantly reducing power consumption, heat, and noise.

Further more, SPARKLE GeForce 8800 GT passive graphics card is is equipped with heat-pipe-based passive cooling system using high technology. Compared with conventional HSF, this noiseless passive cooling solution features higher throughput thanks to high efficiency heat-pipe optimized for mass heat volatilization. It has high performance thermal compound ensures optimal thermal dissipation even after years of use.Source: SPARKLE
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9 Comments on SPARKLE Announced GeForce 8800GT 256MB Graphic Cards

#2
nguyenpeter76
thats great. but when will they friggin release it?? xfx and msi already announced theirs but its been how long and its not being sold yet?
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OnBoard
by: nguyenpeter76
thats great. but when will they friggin release it?? xfx and msi already announced theirs but its been how long and its not being sold yet?
Hopefully not too soon. There still isn't a reasonably priced 8800GT for me and I've waited over a month already. When I'll get mine (in a week *crosses fingers*) then they can bring all the 8800GTS and 8800GT 256MB they want :p

Making 3 versions of the same already out of stock card to make it even harder to get and prices never to drop wasn't the brightest idea NVIDIA has made :)
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OnBoard
by: PVTCaboose1337
Pretty sexy sinks...
That sexy sink goes to 110C while gaming ;) But it didn't crash! And I've read numerous active cooling versions to crash with stock fan speed in Crysis.
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PVTCaboose1337
Graphical Hacker
by: OnBoard
That sexy sink goes to 110C while gaming ;) But it didn't crash! And I've read numerous active cooling versions to crash with stock fan speed in Crysis.
Yeah... maybe I should rethink my statement... 110c = HOT
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phanbuey
by: OnBoard
Hopefully not too soon. There still isn't a reasonably priced 8800GT for me and I've waited over a month already. When I'll get mine (in a week *crosses fingers*) then they can bring all the 8800GTS and 8800GT 256MB they want :p

Making 3 versions of the same already out of stock card to make it even harder to get and prices never to drop wasn't the brightest idea NVIDIA has made :)
+1 ... Whoever came up with that marketing idea needs to be backhanded. hard.
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#7
ShinyG
Cool, too bad the 8800 GTs are priced over AMD's 3870 and 3850 and that it's impossible to find one in stock almost anywhere!!!
Damn U nVidia for selling us dreams!
I'll stick to my aftermarket-cooled overclocked modded X800 GTO until the evil video-card corporations decide to honor us with their decently-priced products on time and in stock!
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Skrabrug
by: phanbuey
+1 ... Whoever came up with that marketing idea needs to be backhanded. hard.
i agree, i have to order a graphics card somewhere else because they are out of stock in local stores :(

and it makes me sad because I've been installing 8800GT and 8800GTS cards into clients machines who have bought them (but not i have enough money they are all gone T_T)
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Tatty_One
by: ShinyG
Cool, too bad the 8800 GTs are priced over AMD's 3870 and 3850 and that it's impossible to find one in stock almost anywhere!!!
Damn U nVidia for selling us dreams!
I'll stick to my aftermarket-cooled overclocked modded X800 GTO until the evil video-card corporations decide to honor us with their decently-priced products on time and in stock!
I agree but in the UK at the moment both cards are hard to get hold of and both cards are priced similarily, at the end of the day though, the GT could/should cost a bit more........cause it's a bit faster! :D

There are actually 256MB GT's listed on some UK sites already and have been for at least a week.
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