Albatron GeForce FX5600U Ultra Videocard Review
though Albatron have been producing computer peripherals for a little over a year now, they've easily established themselves as a market leader, and dare I say.... a 'Tier
One' manufacturer. If you want a high-end motherboard or videocard, Albatron have proven that
they can deliver as well as anyone.
has created quite a name for themselves in the
videocard sector thanks mainly to their awesome overclocking Ti4200's. While they cannot
squeeze as much value into their new GeForceFX line of videocards, they
still produce some of the better value videocards on the market right
we're going to be checking out the mainstream GeForceFX 5600 Ultra based
videocard. It's backed by the new and improved
GeForceFX 5600 Ultra core and 128MB of 2.5ns BGA Hynix DRAM.
The software package with the Albatron GeForceFX
5600 Ultra is a bit thin with only WinDVD, Duke Nukem MP and a five game lite
the Albatron GeForceFX 5600 Ultra supports TV-Out, a S-Video-S-Video and Composite-Composite cable as
well as a S-Video-Composite converter are included in the box. It seems
like a DVI to analog converter was forgotten.
As you can see the card uses Albatron's trademark
blue PCB. On the top right hand corner of the videocard you'll see the black
molex connector, that feeds the videocard with the necessary voltage which the
AGP slot cannot deliver.