After a long hiatus from graphics card games, Sparkle Computer is back with Intel. The brand is now an official Intel Arc AIC partner, with custom Arc Arc Alchemist products including the best graphics cards available in the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific.
For starters, Sparkle Computer is a veteran manufacturer in the computer hardware industry. Founded in 1982, the company has over 40 years of experience in manufacturing graphics cards, motherboards, power supplies and Thunderbolt eGPU/docking stations. The graphics card market he may have forgotten about Sparkle Computer. Indeed, the company has been out of the graphics card market for nearly a decade now. His last Sparkle graphics card on the retail market was that of his Nvidia GeForce GTX 700 series (Maxwell) launched in 2014.
Sparkle Computer chose the underdog instead of giving Nvidia and AMD great success. The company will be one of the few manufacturers to offer custom Intel Arc A770, A750, A380 and A310 graphics cards. Sparkle Computer will commercialize Arc Alchemist graphics cards in his four different product lines: Titan, Orc, Elf and Genie. Logically, Titan-branded models offer the best performance with factory overclocking and robust cooling solutions. Sparkle Computer includes an exclusive VGA holder for Titan series graphics cards. While the Orc and Elf series featured slightly toned-down designs and features, the Genie series was stripped to the bare essentials in a low-profile configuration.
Sparkle Computer officially launched Sparkle Intel Arc A750 Titan OC Edition, Sparkle Intel Arc A750 Orc OC Edition and Sparkle Intel Arc A380 Elf. However, the company has been in business for a long time, so more models are already in the pipeline. At Computex 2023, check out his flagship Sparkle Intel Arc A770 Titan OC Edition, several Arc A310 and A380 industrial models, Arc A370 MXM modules, and an Arc A770 liquid cooling prototype with pre-installed water blocks. bottom.
|graphics card||Manufacturer’s suggested retail price||part number||boost clock||memory||size||width|
|Sparkle Intel Arc A770 Titan OC Edition||?||?||?||16GB GDDR6||?||?|
|Sparkle Intel Arc A750 Titan OC Edition||$259.99||row 1 – cell 2||2,200MHz||8GB GDDR6||12.02 x 4.07 inches (305.5 x 103.4mm)||2.5 slots|
|Sparkle Intel Arc A750 Orc OC Edition||$239.99||row 2 – cell 2||2,200MHz||8GB GDDR6||8.74 x 3.97 inches (222 x 101mm)||2.2 slots|
|Sparkle Intel Arc A380 Elf||$139.99||SA380E-6G||2,000MHz||6GB GDDR6||152.6×100mm||2 slots|
|Sparkle Intel Arc A380 Genie||?||?||?||6GB GDDR6||?||?|
|Sparkle Intel Arc A310 Elf||?||?||?||4GB GDDR6||?||?|
|Sparkle Intel Arc A310 Genie||?||?||?||4GB GDDR6||?||?|
The Sparkle Intel Arc A750 Titan OC Edition is a 2.5 slot graphics card with a length of 12.02 inches (305.5 mm). The triple-fan cooling solution uses three he AXL fans that spin only under heavy load. Sparkle Computer’s tests reportedly show that the brand’s cooling solution keeps the Arc A750 up to 5 degrees Celsius cooler than competing coolers in Intel’s Arc A750 Limited Edition.
The Sparkle Intel Arc A750 Titan OC Edition also comes with ThermalSync. This patented thermal sensor changes the color of the LED light bar depending on the temperature of the graphics card.
Staying true to its model name, the Sparkle Intel Arc A750 Titan OC Edition delivers a boost clock of 2,200 MHz, 150 MHz higher than the reference spec. Featuring dual 8-pin PCIe power connectors, a 650W power supply is the minimum capacity to power his Sparkle Intel Arc A750 Titan OC Edition. The graphics card also features one HDMI 2.0 port and three DisplayPort 2.0 outputs for connecting monitors.
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The Sparkle Intel Arc A750 Orc OC Edition, on the other hand, has a more compact design. This is a 2.2 slot graphics card with a length of 9.74 inches (222mm). As a result, the graphics card now features a dual fan cooler instead of Titan’s triple fan layout. It features the same ThermalSync technology and the same specifications as the Sparkle Intel Arc A750 Titan OC Edition.
The Sparkle Intel Arc A380 Elf completes Sparkle Computer’s early Arc retail lineup. This graphics card fits in a typical dual-slot design with a single cooling fan. At just 6.01 inches (152.6 mm) long, it fits in most modern computer cases. The graphics card boosts up to 2,000 MHz and has no auxiliary power connector. A 450 W power supply is enough to power the Sparkle Intel Arc A380 Elf. The display layout is similar to Sparkle Computer’s custom Arc A750 SKU.
Purchase a Sparkle Intel Arc graphics card from Intel Create games and software bundles, worth more than $300. The bundle comes with a free copy of: Gotham Knights and Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed, Also includes a 6-month subscription to MAGIX Video Pro X14, a 3-month subscription to XSplit Premium Suite and a free download of Topaz Gigapixel AI.