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|26th May 2009, 17:11||#1|
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Gainward to stop selling ATI Video Cards?
Gainward, a leading supplier of graphics cards that belongs to Palit Microsystems, is rumoured to cease selling graphics boards based on ATI Radeon graphics processing units (GPUs). The move has not been confirmed, but considering the fact that Gainward has not offered a truly broad range of ATI products, it may well be the case.
Gainward has always been an Nvidia-exclusive supplier of graphics cards and got particular publicity with its factory-overclocked Nvidia GeForce graphics boards. However, back in mid-2008 the company also released a lineup of ATI Radeon-powered graphics cards.
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