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Wednesday, 05 March 2008 13:04

Nvidia unlikely to buy AMD

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Cebit 08: A few sources agree


We asked
the big question: could Nvidia buy AMD ? We heard from a dozen people that this is highly unlikely. Everyone believes that AMD's debt structure is really unfavorable.

Nvidia should spend all the money it has, raise some credits and it might be just enough to get AMD. The biggest issue is that if AMD would fail, Nvidia would fail with it.

We just thought you might want to know; but we believe that Nvidia's acquisition of AMD or a merger of any kind is really a no go.

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