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Friday, 06 March 2009 18:46

Gainward's booth bigger, more reddish than last year

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Cebit 2009: Now serving two competitors under one roof

 

Gainward has changed a lot since last year's Cebit, and obviously the most important change was its ATI partnership and the inclusion of Radeon cards in its offer.

Gainward's cards are usually very well priced, mainly thanks to the fact that the company changes the reference PCB with their own, cost-down design, and the company has a tradition of addressing consumer needs, hence the Radeons.



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While mamy AIBs were looking to save some cash this year, and some didn't even show up at the show, Gainward did not. Its booth looks better and more impressive than last year's, and of course, there was a lot more red stuff there.

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You can see Fudo smiling on the Blue, Nvidia side, while the boss of Gainward Europe is more on the red side.

Last modified on Friday, 06 March 2009 21:25
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