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Albatron announces Nvidia GeForce 8800GT graphics card
Press release, October 30; Eric Mah, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 30 October 2007]

Albatron has announced the 8800GT-512, a new performance graphics card featuring the Nvidia GeForce 8800GT GPU.

The latest GeForce 8 series includes support for PureVideo HD and PCI Express (PCIe) 2.0, which has twice the data throughput (5GT/s) of its predecessor PCIe technology, according to the company.

With a core clock of 600MHz, the GPU uses 65nm process technology, which allows for lower power consumption leading to cooler temperatures and the use of quieter and thinner fans for a thin card geometry, according to Albatron.

The Albatron 8800GT-512 has 512MB of 1800MHz GDDR3 memory and includes two DVI connectors and an HDTV-out connector. The card supports Dual-Link HDCP and is SLI ready. The board itself is 9-inch in length and has a PCIe 2.0 x16 connector.

Albatron Nvidia GeForce 8800GT graphics card

Albatron 8800GT-512 graphics card
Photo: Company

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