Albatron Trinity PC6600GT
- Excellent performance
- Mediocre software bundle
A great performer for the cost, definitely one to look out for if you want bang for your buck.
Price$ 349.00 (AUD)
This card is a great value option if you're looking for good performance in new as well as older games.
Its GPU and memory clocks are 500MHz and 1GHz, respectively, and the cooling solution on the GPU itself is rather quiet. In addition, Albatron has installed copper heat sinks on the card's 128MB of GDDR3 memory.
An overclocking utility called NVTweak allows the card to be overclocked or underclocked through the Display Properties in Windows. One game is provided with this card--Arx Fatalis--and the WinDVD software DVD player is also bundled, along with cabling and adapters for the card's VGA, DVI and TV-out ports.
The fine performance and competitive price of this card make it one you should definitely look out for. An AGP version of this card is also available.
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