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|11th June 2009, 21:42||#1|
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Intel, EVGA becomes launch partners for Larrabee?
The source points out that NVIDIA has lost many exclusive partners over the last year or so and even if most of them are still selling NVIDIA graphics cards they also offer a broad assortment of graphics cards from competitor AMD.
The last to abandon its exclusive ties to NVIDIA was XFX that started selling its first Radeon graphics cards in January 2009.
It is still unclear how the introduction of Intel graphics cards will affect EVGA's cooperation with NVIDIA, bu we're certain that NVIDIA is anything but happy about this, if it turns out to be true.
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