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Old 6th December 2004, 11:56   #1
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Default Epox goes for ATI graphic cards

THIS IS NOT the first time that we have talked about Epox graphic cards. At the beginning of this year we mentioned it here but at that time Epox was supposed to launch Nvidia cards.
Just a bit later we managed to get a picture of an Epox card and to announce those cards for it here. Despite the plans, Epox dropped out of this graphic race as its cards were too expensive to compete with the other companies.

Now Epox has decided to revive its graphic business and to enter with ATI based cards. I bet that it got a very generous offer from ATI. It presented two cards.
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