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SPARKLE doing 3D Vision + GT 240 bundles

Helping push for wider 3D Vision adoption

| 3D News | Posted: Mar 5, 2010 5:45 am

SPARKLE is giving NVIDIA a helping hand in pushing its 3D Vision technology by putting together a promotional bundle package which includes the 3D Vision glasses, drivers, software and a bunch of 3D Vision supporting game titles together with one of SPARKLE's factory overclocked GeForce GT 240 graphics cards.

 

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Two models of card carrying the bundle are on offer, one being the GT 240 GDDR5 OC Edition which runs clockspeeds of 561/1371/3400 MHz for the GPU, shader and memory out of the box and comes with either 512MB or 1GB memory.

 

The other card SPARKLE is doing with the bundle is part of its Calibre series, the X240/X240G with 630/1677/3600 MHz frequencies.

 

The entire bundle comprises the following bits and pieces :-

 

- a custom-designed, specialized anaglyph (red/cyan) glasses

 

- Nvidia software to transform over 350 standard PC games into full 3D

 

- Nvidia 3D Movie and Video player software, along with free downloads of 3D movies, pictures, and game previews

 

- four games - Portal, Half-life2: Death Match, Half-life 2:Lost Coast (not actually a game but a HDR demo) and Peggle Extreme

 

These are limited edition packages and won't be around for too long; they are donoted by the "3D Vision and Power Pack Inside" label on the boxing.

 

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