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Monday, 20 August 2007 06:45

A new graphics card brand - vvikoo

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Based in Paris

A new graphics card brand has arrived in Europe and it goes under the name of vvikoo, we're not quite sure how you pronounce that. The logo seems to suggest vaikoo, but that's not the case.

Checking the about us page reveals that the company is located in Paris, France and that they design, develop, manufacture and distributes high-quality premium 3D graphics cards.

However, we've heard that it's actually Palit that makes the cards for them, at least for now. This isn't a bad thing as Palit is the company behind the Gainward brand these days.

Vviiko offers a full range of AMD and Nvidia based graphics cards, top to bottom and has a wide range of overclocked cards as well. Although neither card really seem to stand out from the competition which is a bit of a shame.

You can find the company's website here
Last modified on Monday, 20 August 2007 06:51
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