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Old 19th April 2007, 11:35   #1
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Default ATI Mid-Range may follow in NVIDIA's Footsteps

Neither G84 or RV630 are (going to be) massively under-performing products -- they're just not very compelling if the IHVs and their partners don't get the pricing dead on. Pricing is incredibly important in the mid-range, as £10-20 can make a massive difference to a product's value for money prospects when it's retailing for somewhere between £100 and £150. G84 is just a little over-priced at the moment, especially when you have to remember there is no DirectX 10 content out there -- one of the chip's big selling points over current mid-range offerings.
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