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Monday, 06 August 2007 20:06

Sparkle does native HDMI on Nvidia

Written by Slobodan Simic
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8600 GT and 8500 GT

 
Sparkle Computer has announced 8600 GT and 8500 GT Graphic cards with native HDMI support.

Sparkle will sell four different versions of two cards in 256MB and 512MB versions. The first version is based on G84, Geforce 8600GT GPU and has 32 Stream processors and works at reference 540 MHz clock and 1400MHz for 256/512MB of GDDR3 on 128bit memory interface.

The second one is based on the G86, Geforce 8500GT GPU clocked at reference 450MHz with 16 Stream processors. Unlike the reference 8500GT which comes with 400MHz GDDR2, Sparkle's HDMI 8500GT has the same memory like its stronger 8600 GT brother. Shaders on 8500 and 8600 GT are reference clocked, 900MHz for 8500GT and 1190MHz for 8600GT.

Both cards come with HDTV+HDMI+DVI+S/PDIF outputs. As the entire line of new Nvidia's cards these also support DirectX 10 and Shader Model 4.0. 

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