Sparkle is making its name as a key collaborator for Intel’s Arc GPUs. Intel consistently emphasizes Sparkle in its updates related to Arc, underscoring the importance of their selection as a GPU provider.
It’s important to mention that Sparkle had exited the GPU industry for a number of years, with their latest launches tracing back to the NVIDIA Kepler series, notably the GeForce GTX 770. Nevertheless, the company has reentered the GPU market through a collaboration with Intel and their Arc Alchemist series, and they are preparing an impressive range of products.
At first, there were expectations for Sparkle to introduce the Arc A770 GPU in conjunction with the Arc A750 variant. However, this plan did not come to fruition as expected. Despite that, Sparkle has now updated its website to showcase the A770 GPU, which stands out with a substantial 16GB of memory. This update serves as the first official confirmation of this particular specification. Both Sparkle and ASRock are now releasing these 16GB cards, filling the gap left after Intel discontinued its Limited Edition series.
Furthermore, Sparkle confirms that their card will arrive with a factor overclocking, showcasing an impressive clock speed of 2300 MHz. Moreover, given that this falls under the A770 16GB SKU, gamers can anticipate accelerated memory running at 17.5 Gbps, leading to an increase in bandwidth performance.
However, Sparkle GPU doesn’t include HDMI 2.1 compatibility. Nonetheless, it makes up for this by offering three DisplayPort 2.0 connectors, which is a significant highlight. As of now, retailers haven’t listed the Sparkle TITAN A770 16GB. Nevertheless, the card’s complete specifications are now accessible on the company’s website, offering enthusiasts a comprehensive understanding of its capabilities.
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