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Albatron GeForce PCX5750 Trinity 

Manufacturer: Albatron
Supplied by: Albatron
Estimated Price: ~$150.00

by Brian Tiller (8/15/2004)

Introduction

With each new generation of video cards, there always seems to be three major tiers; the top of the line big dawg gamers card, the mid-range gamers solution and the budget graphics card. Since PCI-Express has finally hit the scenes on the new Intel based motherboards, there now is a whole new platform that manufacturers are turning their attention to and I for one am glad to see the lesser expensive VGA cards starting to make an appearance. When the package from Albatron landed on my doorstep, I was pleasantly surprised to see our first PCI-Express based budget graphics card, the GeForce PCX 5750 Trinity. 

Of course that cool looking babe on the box did have a bit to do with being happy to see the card. I mean you have to admire the marketing techniques used here.

Specifications

  • PCI-Express

  • GeForce PCX 5750 GPU Engine

  • 128MB  Hynix DDR memory

  • 128 bit memory bus

  • .13 micron manufacturing process

  • Core Speed: 425MHz

  • Memory Speed: 500MHz

  • 400MHz RAMDACs

  • Intellisample Technology

  • nView Multi display technology

  • 64 phase video scaler

  • UltraShadow Technology

  • Advanced pixel shaders

  • Full support for DX9 and OpenGL 1.5

  • Integrated TV Encoder

  • CineFX Engine

  • Max Resolution: 2048x1536

From the specs, this card seems to be the same as Albatron's GeForceFX 5700P, only slated for the PCI-Express bus architecture.


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