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Wednesday, 14 January 2009 12:15

Albatron and Galaxy to go ATI

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Sources enjoying their life in Taiwan have told us that there will be two Nvidia only partners that will defect to ATI. Since Nvidia already limited Albatron to the Asian market only it was easy to be expected that they would start selling ATI. Albatron is the first one that wants to sell ATI cards as well.

The second player is big in Poland and some other territories in Europe and it goes by the name of Galaxy. The company is part of the big group of graphics world controlling people better known as Palit, and since Palit itself and its branches, including Gainward, are selling ATI based products, it was just natural to see Galaxy ATI based cards.

This is yet another win for ATI sales team.This leaves EVGA and Zotac to remain the only major Nvidia only players.

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