Sparkle graphics card

  reddwarfcrew 23:30 11 Apr 03


I'm about to updgrade a 32MB pci card to a 128MB AGP card.

I was planning to get a Gainward, but have come across Sparkle.

I haven't heard of sparkle before, does anyone have any comments about them?


  vaughan007 23:37 11 Apr 03

Never heard of them either.

  rev.bem 23:46 11 Apr 03

I have a 3 year old pc with a Sparkle nvidia 32mb pci graphics card which i installed about two years ago works well with no problems got it from Jungle for next to nowt.

Sparkle website

click here

  Djohn 23:56 11 Apr 03

Quite well known, more so a year or so back, the name is more common in the states. From what I have read, they are a decent card. J.

  pastalavista 23:57 11 Apr 03

Get 1 I have.

Great for the latest games.

Excellent value for money.

  Paroxetine 09:30 12 Apr 03 have a Geforece 4 MX with DDR 128 Ram for about £57. I dont work for them but am building a system with this in it, if I can ever make contact via phone or web site. :D

I think its a good value card considering they also have a 64mb version for only £10 less.

Hope this helps. Oh, and sparkle are quite a good card in relation to your original question. I thought that PC World sold them by the ton locally to me.

  snoresloudly 10:04 12 Apr 03

been using a sparkle 32mb for ages in the young ones pc, lovely card no hassle what so ever, got it from pcw in their brown box range for about £30

  billyliv 10:28 12 Apr 03

Hi, All my machines have 'Sparkle' graphics. No problems at all. Cheers, Bill

  Ironman556 10:46 12 Apr 03

If you're looking for a card for gaming then go for a Ti if you can over the MX's.

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