Sparcle introduces 1GHz Calibre X560 graphics card

Sparkle Computer rolls out their hi-end version of the new GeForce GTX 560 Ti graphics card,  called Calibre X560 and features higher frequencies and custom Accelero cooling solution from Arctic Cooling.

The DirectX 11 capable video card has CPU GPU clocket at 1000 MHz (822 MHz stock), a shader clock of 2000 MHz (1645 MHz) and 1GB of GDDR5 VRAM at 4800 MHz with a 256-bit memory interface. The Accelero Cooling Solution includes four copper heatpipes with 6mm diameter,2 big size PWM fans with 92mm diameter and pure aluminum fins. The Calibre X560 also uses solid capacitors for more stable current than electrolytic capacitors and longer lifespan. It packs dual-DVI, plus mini HDMI outputs and is offered with three years warranty . Price still unknown.

Sparcle Calibre X560

Sparcle Calibre X560

Sparcle Calibre X560

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