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Albatron’s new Socket-754 motherboards feature Nvidia’s next-generation integrated chipsets
Press release; Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES [Thursday 22 December 2005]

Albatron Technology today launched two motherboards in its Socket-754 series, the KM51PV-754 and KM51G-754, with the former based on Nvidia’s GeForce 6150 northbridge chip and nForce 430 southbridge and the latter featuring the GeForce 6100 and nForce 410.

Albatron’s new Socket-754 motherboards support high-definition MPEG2 and WMV9 decoder capabilities and come with the Pure Video technology, which generally appear in high-end graphics cards, said the motherboard maker. Both motherboards can support image resolutions of up to 1,080 interlaced (1080i) with a pixel format of 1,920×1,080, to deliver more fluent picture frames on TV, claimed Albatron.

Volume shipments of the two Socket-754 motherboards are slated for early January 2006, according to the company. Suggested retail prices for the two boards were not available.

Albatron KM51PV-754/ KM51G-754 specifications

Item

KM51PV-754

KM51G-754

CPU

Socket-754 AMD K8

Chipset

Nvidia GeForce 6150/ nForce 430

Nvidia GeForce 6100/ nForce 410

Graphics core

Nvidia TC6200 (for up to 128MB of memory)

Photo

NA

Source: Company, compiled by DigiTimes, December 2005

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