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Old 08-01-03, 11:04 AM   #1
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Default Uhm...question on frontpage story "Trouble for ATi in Korea"

You listed this story about troubles for ATi in Korea, but when I was reading the very short blurb about it I got all confused:

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I was pointed out to a page on a Korean site that has some interesting news, stating that the companies in Korea that are manufacturing ATI-based video card manufacturers are considering leaving ATI due to decreasing sales. Sales have dropped around 40-50% in July, which includes the GeForce FX 5600 128MB video cards.
The bolding is mine, but why are they talking about the GF FX 5600 as an ATi card?
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