As pictured by Tomshardware on the show floor, Sparkle brought its Elf, Orc, and Titan OC Edition graphics cards, industrial low-profile cards, and a liquid-cooled Arc A770 concept. Sparkle is obviously serious about joining Acer, ASRock, GUNNIR, and others with Intel Arc graphics cards.
Sparkle had a couple of Arc A310 and Arc A380 graphics cards in both mini-ITX and low-profile form-factors, as well as the A370 MXM GPU for laptops. It also showcased the custom dual-fan Arc A750 Orc, and top-of-the-line custom Titan Arc A750 and Arc A770 OC Edition graphics cards with a triple-fan cooler. The biggest surprise was the Sparkle Arc A770 liquid-cooled concept.
Hopefully, these Sparkle Intel Arc-series graphics cards will be coming to retail/e-tail shelves around the world soon, as some of them are already listed over at Newegg.com with the Arc A380 Elf priced at $140, the Arc A750 Orc priced at $240, and the Arc A750 Titan priced at $260.