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Posted on Thursday, September 29 2005 @ 04:25:28 CEST by

The market and economics say that you need to sell more boards in order to be profitable, and since the mainstream audience (non-gamers/designers) requires a board that is durable, performs well and is economical, NVIDIA may have its work cut out? If you were to buy a NF4 board, irrespective of the board’s cost, you will need to buy and put in a graphics card, as it doesn’t come with video output. This translates into added cost for the end user for a feature, or the amount of power, he doesn’t really need, so instead of purchasing a NVIDIA chipset, buyers were opting for ATI core logics if they needed a reasonable card onboard, or SiS and VIA for the absolute budget conscious buyers. Read on over at CoolTechZone..



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