BFG drops out of the graphics card market

Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by DSGamer64, May 25, 2010.

  1. DSGamer64
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    DSGamer64 Canadian, Eh?

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    A cold cold place
  2. Joe88

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    I really dont find it surprising
    probably the reason xfx started doing ati cards
     
  3. playallday

    playallday Group: GBAtemp Ghost

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  4. DSGamer64
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    DSGamer64 Canadian, Eh?

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    Nvidia has been falling back lately, and their 400 series graphics cards are not helping their situation. With high prices, heating problems and a somewhat lackluster performance to dollar ratio compared to ATI, they aren't making a good case for themselves. With the dual Radeon HD5890 card being top of the market and costing about the same as Nvidia's best offering, the GTX 480 which is a single GPU, it is kind of hard to give people a reason to buy your products when ATI is beating you in terms of price for performance.
     
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