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Tuesday, 04 December 2007 12:09

125,000 HD3800s sold in three weeks

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Massive demand


We learned that DAAMIT has sold as much as 125,000 chips in the last three weeks since it launched, but the market still yearns and demands more.

A few AMD chaps said that the plan is to ship as many as 500,000 chips by the end of the year, and this is an impressive number; but it looks as if ATI and Nvidia will sell everything, as people do need to buy new cards to play Crysis or World in Conflict or any other new game.

Many cool games are out and not enough cool new graphics cards are available, which is why we hope that ATI and Nvidia will shape up and make more of them available.

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