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Thursday, 07 June 2007 16:04

ATI to get 60 percent of OEM deals

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Computex 07: RV610 and RV630 to blame

 

A few DAAMIT partners are getting confident that ATI has a fighting chance. They learned that ATI won more then 60 percent of OEM deals versus Nvidia.

ATI RV610 is 65 nanometer and only 80 square mm while its competitor G86 is 120+ in die size and it draws more power.

ATI has won on the price-performance ratio, because of the fact that it's cheaper for them to make a product and that is what OEM's are all about. The big OEM's loves the power consumption of RV630 below 25W per card.

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