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|16th July 2008, 09:16||#1|
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Judge backs action against Nvidia and AMD on price fixing
IN A BARELY-REPORTED development, a judge has lauded evidence in a case against apparent arch-rivals Nvidia and AMD which stand accused of artificially keeping the price of graphics cards high.
A San Franciscan law suit combines "at least" 51 separate civil complaints against the GPU makers, according to a report here. District Judge William Alsup of the Northern District of California was shown an email that had passed between the two firms which suggested ways of appearing to compete with one another while keeping prices high.
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