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CeBIT : Sparkle Prefers Self-Designed Graphics Cards

Sparkle booth is pretty interesting with display of several self-designed
cards as well as special cooling implementation. Apart from the
Calibre P880+ GeForce 8800 GTX cooled by TEC active cooler
system from MACS Technology, we also saw a self designed GeForce 8800 GTS card
without the need for additional power. We were told that Sparkle will have their
own self-designed G84 and G86 cards with their better cooling solutions which
will increase overclockability of those cards by 10-15%. There is also another
interesting technology created by Sparkle where a small PCB is inserted into the
graphics card with POST LEDs and a reset button. It allows voltages adjustment
and temperature management through software. This concept will be available for
upcoming Sparkle DX10 cards.

Sparkle booth is pretty interesting with display of several self-designed
cards as well as special cooling implementation. Apart from the
Calibre P880+ GeForce 8800 GTX cooled by TEC active cooler
system from MACS Technology, we also saw a self designed GeForce 8800 GTS card
without the need for additional power. We were told that Sparkle will have their
own self-designed G84 and G86 cards with their better cooling solutions which
will increase overclockability of those cards by 10-15%. There is also another
interesting technology created by Sparkle where a small PCB is inserted into the
graphics card with POST LEDs and a reset button. It allows voltages adjustment
and temperature management through software. This concept will be available for
upcoming Sparkle DX10 cards.

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