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Friday, 04 January 2008 08:44

Sparkle second with DisplayPort card

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Does it on 8800 GT

Sparkle might have jumped the gun a little bit with its new GeForce 8800 GT DisplayPort graphics card, but as 2008 is meant to be the year of DisplayPort, it seem like Sparkle wanted to be first with this one. Well, Zotac announced its own card a few weeks back, making the Sparkle a follower. You can read about it here.

The card itself looks quite unremarkable apart from a custom two-slot cooling solution using heatpipes and a rather large fan. There's no word on pricing or availability; the only thing mentioned in the press release is that Sparkle will release more products with DisplayPort later this year.

You can find the press release and a picture here
Last modified on Monday, 07 January 2008 05:12
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