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Friday, 10 August 2007 17:30

Sparkle's Calibre series gets HDMI

Written by Slobodan Simic
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SPDIF IN on mainstream Calibre

 

 

It looks like Sparkle has the thing for HDMI since, as of today, you can get HDMI on most of its cards. Even its praised Calibre series gets the DVI-HDMI adapter with SPDIF IN on board.

Three cards that will get the HDMI support label are, P860 HM, P850 HM and P850+ HM. The first one is based on G84, Geforce 8600 GT GPU, while the other two are based on G86, Geforce 8500 GT GPU's.

The Calibre series has the looks, and let's not forget the sub card for reading the real time temperature, and now they have full HDMI support too.

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