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Friday, March 11, 2005
CeBIT 2005

6. Albatron - Page 1

Albatron

Albatron had a large booth next to NVidia, showing off all the latest motherboard and SVGA cards.

Albatron was founded in 2002 from the ex-CEO of Gigabyte and during three following years managed to gain the respect of the overclockers community and at the same time present quality, low priced products. Of course Albatron has many Taiwanese competitors and nowdays the profit margins are really low for almost all manufacturers. The main product that Albatron was demonstrating was their new Nforce4 motherboard with a double 6800GT SLI and an AMD Athlon 64 4000+, this should be a very powerful system for hardcore gamers!

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Albatron also demonstrated a new Intel 945G motherbord with SATA2 connection interface. It's not known yet, when this motherboard will hit the market:

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Another new motheboard from Albatron comes with Socket 939 under the K8X890 Proll codename:

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