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Old 28th March 2006, 22:28   #1
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Nvidia using ULi to put pressure on ATI

Although ATI is pushing to beef up its southbridge product offerings and development, Nvidia’s anticipated termination of sales of its ULi Electronics southbridge have prompted Taiwan motherboard makers to worry about ATI-based motherboard platforms from May, according to industry players
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This isn't good news for the longevity of the current and upcoming s939 Crossfire motherboards!! A very limited production run....
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