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Albatron gives up NVIDIA exclusivity, launches Radeon HD 4890

by Parm Mann on 6 April 2009, 10:26

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Pretty much all of AMD and NVIDIA's partners were stumbling over one another late last week following the launch of the Radeon HD 4890 and GeForce GTX 275 GPUs.

With so many hoping to be noticed, one that appears to have slipped under our radar is Albatron - a longtime NVIDIA partner who appears to have acquired a taste for all things red.

Making a statement at last week's simultaneous launch, the Taiwanese outfit rolled out a Radeon HD 4890 and doesn't yet offer a GeForce GTX 275 at all.

The card, pictured above, is a stock-clocked derivative of AMD's fastest single-GPU product and will presumably be the first of many Albatron-branded Radeon graphics cards.



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More competition is always good, never seen one of these in the uk though…

I wonder if they will release other 4 series cards?
Find it a bit weird. The 4890 is by no mean bad, but it doesn't seem like something to jump ship over unless there are little benefit from being an exclusive nVidia partner.
TooNice
unless there are little benefit from being an exclusive nVidia partner.


and you wont go pop if nvidia do