Albatron is one of those companies that is a quiet player in the market. Not quiet in the fact that they do produce some great performing products, but quiet in the fact that you just do not hear a lot about them. They are not a flashy company. They do not send press releases out for every time the CEO goes to the bathroom. They just do what they do, and then leave it up to the consumer to buy their products, plain and simple. They are kind of like the blue-collar players in the industry. In all the years that I have dealt with Albatron products, I cannot remember a time that I had an issue with one. Grant it, most of my experience has been with their motherboards, and not their video cards like what I am looking at today. In fact, let’s just get right to it. Today we have the Albatron GeForce 9600GT-512x video card. Let’s take a look at the specs from their site.
As you can see, this is a card built on the 9600GT graphics chip, with 512MB of memory. The memory clock runs at 900MHz, the engine clock runs at 650MHz and the shader clock is at 1625 MHz. The card has a 256-bit memory bus.