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Old 05-31-03, 06:00 PM   #5
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Originally posted by nVidi0t
I see this new chipset deal with Intel to be ATI's U turn to profitability. It's only so long that nVidia can keep their shareholder's happy with future plans/techie jargon.
That's my thinking pretty much exactly. nVidia is playing a very dangerous game right now by relying on their past reputation trying to fluff themselves up a bit, and I have a feeling it's just a house of cards they're building that is precarious as hell and will collapse in on 'em as soon as someone REALLY takes a look at what they're doing right now.
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