Sparkle intros Calibre X460G graphics card with Arctic Cooling System

The VGA card manufacturer SPARKLE has announced  a new addition to its Calibre graphics card family, this time the tweaked model is X460G, which gets a Accelero cooling solution from Arctic Cooling.

The DirectX 11 video card is powered by GF104 GPU,  comes with GPU core clocked at 790MHz, 336 CUDA stream processors@1580MHz,  1024MB GDDR5@ 3900MHz and 256-bit memory interface and according Sparkle, the Calibre X460G has 17% performance upgrade. The card is equipped with the Accelero Cooling Solution, which has 4 pure copper heatpipes with 6mm diameter, 2 big size PWM fans with 92mm diameter and pure aluminum fins.

Sparkle Calibre X460G Graphics Card

The rotating speed of the fans can be adjusted according to the GPU working temperature and promising up to 12% cooling performance compared to the stock cooler. The card utilize PCI-Express 2.0 and has HDMI 1.4a and 2 Dual Link DVI-I outputs.

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