SPARKLE is pleased to announce its GeForce 6600 GT and GeForce 6600
PCI Express Solutions. The GeForce 6600 will be available in both 128MB and 256MB versions with DVI
and HDTV as standard and will have a core clock speed of 300MHz. The 6600 GT
will be available in 128MBGDDR3 with a clock speed of 500MHz and has the added
benefit of being NVIDIA Scalable Link Interface (SLI) multi GPU ready which will
dramatically scale performance as it allows the user to run 2 graphics cards in
parallel. The 6600 series is an exciting move forward in the transition from AGP
to PCI Express and we will look forward to seeing the reception given to the
cards by the market this September.

SPARKLE Computer Co Ltd, an award winning, professional VGA manufacturer and
supplier ofVGA cards is pleased to announce its GeForce 6600 GT and GeForce 6600
PCI Express Solutions.

Armed with the latest PCI Express technologies, these cards will be the next
step in graphics progression from AGP as the new bus doubles the AGP 8x
bandwidth delivering over 4 GB/sec in both upstream and downstream data
transfers. The 6600 Series will deliver even more realistic effects for next
generation games.

The GeForce 6600 will be available in both 128MB and 256MB versions with DVI
and HDTV as standard and will have a core clock speed of 300MHz. The 6600 GT
will be available in 128MBGDDR3 with a clock speed of 500MHz and has the added
benefit of being NVIDIA Scalable Link Interface (SLI) multi GPU ready which will
dramatically scale performance as it allows the user to run 2 graphics cards in
parallel. This card will also have a high-speed GDDR3 memory interface
delivering fluid frame rates for the most advanced applications.

Both cards will offer Microsoft® DirectX® 9.0cShader Model 3.0 Support to
deliver superior performance for all Direct X9® applications. The cards also
boast an on-chip video processor delivering unmatched video performance and
quality. Kevin Wang, sales director comments, “ The 6 Series is a new era in
graphics delivering more realistic effects for next generation games. He added
“The 6600 series is an exciting move forward in the transition from AGP to PCI
Express and we will look forward to seeing the reception given to the cards by
the market this September.”