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XFX not getting any Fermi chips from NVIDIA?

Posted on Tuesday, March 30 2010 @ 17:46:54 CEST by

While XFX claims it doesn't have any Fermi graphics cards because it's not interested in launching GeForce GTX 400 series graphics cards, FUD Zilla claims the real reason why the company doesn't have any cards may be because NVIDIA cut them off due to XFX's decision to start selling ATI graphics cards.
Nvidia is punishing this highly successful brand by cutting them off from Geforce GTX 480 and 470 launch cards, and this is a direct result of XFX's last year's decision to to start selling ATI. Since Nvidia’s sales department doesn't know any better, this is the action the green company decided to take.

Nvidia refuses to see that this might be a bad thing for the whole company as XFX has a very loyal fan base who will probably start standing up for themselves when they realize they won’t get a decent launch quantity of these cards.


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Re: XFX not getting any Fermi chips from NVIDIA?
by Anonymous on Wednesday, March 31 2010 @ 04:33:02 CEST
XFX has had serious quality issues in recent years, coupled with a horrible degree of customer service,

I am one of many who will never touch their cards, no matter whose chips they sell on them.


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