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|9th September 2010, 15:23||#1|
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nVidia gives EA $2 Million for Crysis In-Game Benchmark?
The STONE COLD KILLER move here would be to bundle Crysis 2 with nVidia cards sold in Q2 next year. No matter what AMD’s product stack looks like, it would be hard to resist buying an nVidia card and getting the full version of a Triple-A game just as it launches. When ATI included Half Life 2 with the original 9600/9800 cards, those cards topped the Steam Powered Stats Survey almost immediately. Fingers crossed that Jen Hsun is planning on giving all the nVidia fans out there a second Christmas in 2011.
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