Friday, April 3rd 2009

Albatron Delivers Radeon HD 4890-1G

To bring consumers various choices, professional motherboard and graphics card manufactures, Albatron Technology Co., LTD. announces Albatron Radeon HD 4890-1G. Full line of ATI products will be available soon to the market.

Albatron Radeon HD 4890-1G is based on ATI Radeon HD 4890 GPU by advanced 55nm process, the fastest GDDR5 memory, and 800 stream processors. With massive graphic power, its data rate can speed up to 3.9Gbps. It can help increasing users’ working efficiency and playing 3D game without lag. For professional users, they can set their own overclock mode; moreover, collocating ATI OverDrive utility and ATI CrossFire Technology, Albatron Radeon HD 4890-1G can blurt its power and performance up to next level.

AMD is devoted to video and graphics technologies, so Albatron Radeon HD 4890-1G can support enhanced DirectX10.1 and innovative technologies, such as Unified Video Decoder 2, Accelerated Encoding, Blue-ray PIP and etc, to let users enjoy true-to-life visual experience. Extraordinarily, Albatron Radeon HD 4890-1G is equipped with integrated HDMI with 7.1 digital surround sound support. Therefore, with a HD monitor, it is easy to set up an exquisite theater in office or at home for high quality entertainment.

For power saving, through Dynamic Power Management Technology, Albatron Radeon HD 4890-1G can automatically adjust power consumption for optimal performance. In addition to power efficiency, Albatron Radeon HD 4890-1G complies in full with RoHS standard. For more information, please visit the Albatron Website.
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30 Comments on Albatron Delivers Radeon HD 4890-1G

#2
leonard_222003
I thought albatron is no more , indeed intresting news.
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#3
Meizuman
I remember seeing Albatrons motherboard box in my friends house long time ago. Really haven't seen or heard from them... just checked their site. One interesting product was a htpc mobo, KI780G, am2+ 780G chipset with sideport memory, mini ITX...
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#4
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
Wow haven't heard a lot from Albatron in a long while. I remember buying their Socket A boards, decent boards. Haven't heard much from them since then really though...
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#5
AltecV1
first time i have heard company named Albatron:eek:
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#6
VanguardGX
Albatron makes ATi cards now? Interesting.
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#7
crtecha
by: AltecV1
first time i have heard company named Albatron:eek:
Thanks. I was like dont tell me im the only one who has never heard of em
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#8
chaotic_uk
by: leonard_222003
I thought albatron is no more , indeed intresting news.
thats what i thought :eek:
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#9
MTnumb
last time I've seen Albatron when our store got a big shipment of the albatron 8800GT. those card would over heat and the silicon changed its color from green to a greenish-brown. then i saw a few motherboards they had and didnt OC at all so i just gave up on them never intend on buying an Albateron producs even if its 50$ less then the competition.:banghead:
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#10

didnt albatron make a super rare GTX or an ultra back in the day?
#11
my_name_is_earl
by: leonard_222003
I thought albatron is no more , indeed intresting news.
I didn't even know it existed. Hopefully it make it to the big player and that chick on the box look better than most of the big brand name player out there.
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#12
TreadR
You go, baby!!! :rockout:
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#13
tkpenalty
while AMD are cheap as chips overseas, we see 4870s being more expensive than GTX 260s down under >_>
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#14
eidairaman1
wow, Albatron Joined the AMD Fray, very odd, ive always known albatron to be NV parts.
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#16
HossHuge
Albatron is found here in Taiwan quite easily but only for NV stuff.
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#17
u2konline
by: HossHuge
Albatron is found here in Taiwan quite easily but only for NV stuff.
OFF TOPIC
Wait you lived in Taiwan, dude check at the pc shops to see do you see any 8600gt's in PCI, Robert from Albatron told everyone they are selling like hot cakes. :rockout: I am buying one myself over here in the US, very very soon, i found out where to buy them at.
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#18
HossHuge
My new HD should be ready today or tomorrow so I'll poke my head in some shops and report back.
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#21
nafets
by: my_name_is_earl
The only question I have is does hd4890 have an edge over hd3870x2 since they are at about same price point. Playing @ 1920x1200. currently playing COD4 & 5, Farcry 2, Fallout 3. Provide a link if you find a site testing that included the hd3870x2...
You'll never see a review comparing current generation cards with something as "old" as an HD3870X2.

It is known that at 1920x1200, the HD3870X2 usually performs anywhere in between an HD4850 and an HD4870, depending on the game of choice.

The HD4890 is an incremental upgrade over an HD4870, besting the older '70 by 10% to 15% in most games (if not more).

Add to that you don't have to worry about Crossfire scaling (or the possible lack of it), and a usually smoother "feel" that you will get with a single GPU setup, compared to a multi card/multi GPU setup...
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#23
u2konline
by: AltecV1
offcourse i know club3D!but what does it matter if we are talking about Albatron:confused:
I was just shocked that you haven't heard of Albatron, so i had to ask did you know about other brands. I have admit tho, i never heard of albatron until like 2 years ago, only because they support PCI :D

Now they are making ATI cards, i guess its a good thing, who knows.
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#24
jinu
man been tryin to get an albatron vid cards way back but can nvr seem to find a etailer in the US,.
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#25
Mussels
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by: kyle2020
didnt albatron make a super rare GTX or an ultra back in the day?
i had an albatron 8800GTX. sold it via TPU not long ago, went to a local (RW) tho.
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