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Gainward To Launch AMD Radeon Products

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Graphics card vendor Gainward, previously an exclusive AIB partner of Nvidia, has begun working with AMD and will launch ATI Radeon HD GPU-based products soon, according to market sources. Initially Gainward plans to launch Radeon HD 4850 and 4870-series products, and will follow HD 3800-series cards later, the sources said.

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    Lozil , July 2, 2008 12:50 AM
    ATI is having a party time.... All the nVIDIA partners are releasing the ATI cards...

    http://free-and-useful.blogspot.com
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    randomizer , July 2, 2008 3:30 AM
    Gainward cards are made by Palit, who have been making ATI cards for years. This is a business move only, pretty simple.
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    harrycat88 , July 3, 2008 1:40 AM
    Gainward makes good cards. I remember when everyone was making crippled 7800GS AGP cards with only 256MB of memory while Gainward was making 512MB AGP cards that worked just as good as the PCI-E version. It would be nice if Gainward made a 4870 AGP card it would bring life to all those antique systems and save people over $600 or more.
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    Ogdin , July 4, 2008 5:20 AM
    harrycat88Gainward makes good cards. I remember when everyone was making crippled 7800GS AGP cards with only 256MB of memory while Gainward was making 512MB AGP cards that worked just as good as the PCI-E version. It would be nice if Gainward made a 4870 AGP card it would bring life to all those antique systems and save people over $600 or more.


    who in there right mind would drop 300 into a dead end agp box?
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    harrycat88 , November 24, 2008 4:09 AM
    Ogdin, your retarded.
    All 3 of my systems use AGP cards and they all have AM2 processors.
    (1) 2.4GHz Opteron Santa Ana 1216, (1) AMD X2 6000+ 3.0GHz, and (1) AMD X2 6000+ 3.1GHz.
    They are quite a few AGP motherboards that run AM2 CPU's and two of my systems can even run Quad Cores. Can you say "DUH"?