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Monday, 20 August 2007 15:17

ATI is again hitting graphic targets

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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AMD doesn’t


It is definitely not fun to be a graphic part of AMD as the mother chip company is bleeding the money quarter by quarter.

 

Most people think that the main reason for AMD losing the money is the acquisition of ATI but this is completely wrong. AMD has a massive credit to pay off the ATI’s acquisition but AMD is losing money due to weak CPU sales not because the graphic is bad.

 

At the end of the quarter ATI ends up with the money in the pocket while the mother AMD loses up to $600 million a quarter.

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