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NVIDIA partners suffering from poor high-end sales

Posted on Wednesday, December 09 2009 @ 18:10:41 CET by

FUD Zilla reports several NVIDIA partners are in trouble due to the poor availability of high-end GT200 based graphics cards. The companies make most money of high-end parts, but these are barely available and the site believes some big European names may go bankrupt soon.
They depend on good sales of high-end cards and this part of the market is nonexistent at this time. You simply cannot buy any high-end GT200 based chips from Nvidia and this is something that is going on since August time.

Selling cards such GT210 and GT220 is not something that most of people can make money off. Partners make pennies on such cards and these cards also don’t do particularly well as they are competing with 9500GT and 9400 cards that usually end up cheaper on the market.



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