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SPARKLE Unveils the Dual Fan Series Graphics Cards

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Nov 16, 2012.

  1. Cristian_25H

    Cristian_25H News Poster

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    Sparkle, one of the leading manufacturers of graphics solutions today releases the powerful Dual Fan series– SPARKLE GTX 660 OC Dual Fan, GTX 650Ti Super OC(SOC) Dual Fan and GTX 650Ti OC Dual Fan. The latest Dual Fan series features default overclocked setting, with up to 1006 MHz core speed, the Dual Fan series delivers turbocharged performance, maximizing the possibility of gaming effects.

    Equipped with 4-pins PWM dual fan design, the SPARKLE Dual Fan series allows a low noisy level through automatically fan speed controlling by detecting GPU temperature, easily delivering superior cooling performance through ultra thin cooling fins fully covers the key components, enabling the most efficient heat dissipation effects. The latest series provides the ultimate overclocking gaming experience and the best cooling efficiency without any compromise.

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    Game On with SPARKLE Dual Fan Series

    The SPARKLE Dual Fan Series features low power consumption, enhanced power efficiency and low temperature, creating an environmentally friendly platform and a better user experience. Furthermore, the latest series supports all the key graphics technology- Microsoft DirectX 11, NVIDIA PhysX, NVIDIA CUDA, NVIDIA Surround and Adaptive V-Sync, allowing a HD entertainment experience like never before.

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    I like sparkle cards, there sometimes quite "out there" but, why not be adventurous already, nice enough looking card for sure.
     
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    They actually look pretty good IMO. Shame they're isnt something high end that looks like this from them.
     
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    If 2 fans also equates to silent (-ish) then I'm interested. More interested in silent than OC.
     
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    They still have their Calibre series : http://www.sparkle.com.tw/calibre/products.asp?ByBus=PCIE

    Same cooler with Palit/Gainward Phantom.

    And I still remember my Calibre X265 (GTX 260). Good cooler and nicely overclocked out of the box.
     
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    Just upgraded from the Gainward 500 series :D pretty decent set of coolers (dual fan), never had an issue for almost 2 years.
     

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