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ATI releasing after nvidia is irrelevant.

When nvidia's product costs so so much it simply wont sell in high volumes. ATI's cards have a much better price point and will sell by the bucket not only to people upgrading their cards, but to system builders who sell the high volume pc's. An expensive high end card is not what the masses can afford nor is it what they need.

Being top dog is all very well, but nvidia dont have anything to offer the mid range market, which is larger, where as ATI's 4850 and 4870 cater to either end of the mid range market.
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Looks like a nVidia June launch will crush ATI. I was hoping ATI could get their products out the door before team green.
unless Nvidia gets another delay on something, like they did back in Feb.....
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Originally Posted by Sikozu View Post
ATI releasing after nvidia is irrelevant.

When nvidia's product costs so so much it simply wont sell in high volumes. ATI's cards have a much better price point and will sell by the bucket not only to people upgrading their cards, but to system builders who sell the high volume pc's. An expensive high end card is not what the masses can afford nor is it what they need.

Being top dog is all very well, but nvidia dont have anything to offer the mid range market, which is larger, where as ATI's 4850 and 4870 cater to either end of the mid range market.
You would think they would have learned that with the 8800GT.
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