Hexus.net have posted up a review of the Sparkle SP7000 GeForce3. Snip:

    "Sparkle are becoming more well known within the consumer graphics industry, they produce a massive array of graphics cards for the PC industry, ranging from basic 4MB PCI cards right the way up to the 64MB GeForce3. The Sparkle GeForce3 has been around for a while now and is probably one of the cheapest GeForce3's available. It follows the Nvidia reference design to the letter, running at default GeForce3 clock speeds of 200MHz core 460MHz memory. The card has a green PCB and green heatsink's, it doesn't grab your attention like some cards around at the moment, but in the end it is the performance that counts. A quick look on the Sparkle website shows a much funkier looking heatsink arrangement than on the card pictured there. The Sparkle GeForce3 comes comes bundled with the full version of PowerDVD, Driver CD v12.41 and of course a user's manual. It is equipped with all the usual connectors, TV out and the DVI interface which nowadays is becoming more widely used. The product is backed up by a unique 1 year end user warranty and free web support."