We had a chance to get a picture of the Albatron 8800 GT yesterday and although this was only an early Nvidia based sample, it shouldn't be long before Albatron has their own cards. There isn't really anything all that different with this card from the rest of the ones out there, but Albatron said that they'll add S/PDIF input to their card for adding audio to HDMI output.
The card features stock clock speeds at 600MHz for the core, 1,500MHz for the shaders and 1,800MHz for the memory. It will ship with a component, composite and S-Video out adapter as well as a DVI to D-sub adapter. It should be one of the cheaper 8800 GT's on the market once it becomes available.
You can find the product page here
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