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Intel woes also affect NVIDIA and AMD shipments

Posted on Saturday, February 12 2011 @ 03:00:51 CET by

FUD Zilla claims AMD and NVIDIA are also suffering from Intel's SATA flaw because laptop manufacturers have put orders for the company's latest discrete graphics cards on hold, but it's unclear how big the impact is.
Since Intel announced its massive chipset recall, notebook manufacturers have put all orders on hold. This affects most of Nvidia and ATI graphics parts that were supposed to accommodate Sandy Bridge notebooks and offer it better graphics.

Some notebook manufacturers might decide to continue shipping its notebooks and try to convince users that their units are not affected, but this is a long shot. Even if they do use non-affected SATA 3.0 ports, people might not be relaxed about using notebook lines that suffered from this.



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