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Albatron launches a PCIe x1-based graphics card for IPC market
Press release, March 17; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 17 March 2009]

Albatron Technology has unveiled a new product, the Albatron GeForce 9500GT PCI-E 1X graphics card, to deliver multimedia performance to general consumers as well as for IPC clients looking to increase efficiency.

The card features Nvidia's GeForce 9500GT GPU and branded DDR3 memory.

The GeForce 9500GT PCIE-1X was designed for use in multi-display applications looking to maximize space.

Albatron GeForce 9500GT PCI-E 1X graphics card specifications

Item

Detail

Graphics Processor

GeForce 9500GT

Processor Cores

32

Graphics Clock

550MHz

Processor Clock

1375MHz

Memory Clock

1400MHz

Memory size

256MHz

Memory interface width

128-bit

NVIDIA PureVideo

HD

NVIDIA Cuda

yes

NVIDIA PhysX

yes

Microsoft DirectX

10

OpenGL

2.1

HDMI

Via adapter

Audio input for HDMI

SPDIF

Bus support

PCIe 2.0 x1

Max Digital resolution

2560×1600

Max VGA resolution

2048×1536

Source: Company, compiled by Digitimes, March 2009

Albatron GeForce 9500GT PCI-E 1X graphics card

Albatron GeForce 9500GT PCI-E 1X graphics card
Photo: Company

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