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Friday, March 17, 2006
CeBIT 2006

25. Albatron

We visited Albatron's booth during the third day of the fair. We met with one of Albatron's European representatives and walked around the booth, seeing the highlights and latest releases.

The booth showcased all of the latest releases, including several motherboards which are due for release later on this year, some as soon as a month.

The most popular product showcased was the PX975X, an all Intel Dual VGA (ATI CrossFire) compatible motherboard. The Mainboard also supports 8GB of memory and Dual Core Extreme edition CPUs. It also has dual Power Supply Connectors, enabling improved functionality and stability.

The K8NF4X-757 was also on display at Albatron's booth. Equipped with an nVIDIA nForce4 4X chipset, the K8NF4X-754 supports AMD Athlon 64 / Sempron Processors. Some other characteristics are socket 754 with Hyper Transport 800+MHz, built-in 6 channel AC97 Audio, built-in 10/100 Mbps LAN PHY, 4 SATA 150MB/s Channels, SATA RAID 0, 1& 0+1 and ABS (Albatron BIOS security). This last characteristic is optional and offers a safe back up option to the end user, where all BIOS changes are made directly to the plug in chip, so in case of failure, the chip can be replaced and any harm on the motherboard itself is avoided.

Micro ATX motherboards were also there, with all the features, offering stability and performance to end users not dedicated to gaming, but still wanting a complete solution for home or office use.

Last but not least, Albatron showcased a live demo KI51PV mini-ITX motherboard, which supports the AMD Athlon 64/Sempron/Turion 64 Processors, HTT 800+MHz and has an Inter grated NVIDIA GeForce 6150 graphics engine which provides DVI / D-SUB / HDTV (through an optional cable) interfaces. We've seen the KI51PV perform under 3DMARK 05 and its performance was more than enough to catch anyone's eye.

As Albatron informed us, in the GPU arena, more things are to come, but in the meanwhile, their GPUs were mostly reference without any tweaks.

 

 

 

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