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Nvidia kills GTX285, GTX275, GTX260, abandons the mid and high end market - PCstats.com Nvidia kills GTX285, GTX275, GTX260, abandons the mid and high end market
Wed, October 07 2009 | 3:45PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Take this with a grain of salt, it may be based on the current picture, it may not. Semiaccurate.com writes; "NVIDIA IS KILLING the GTX260, GTX275, and GTX285 with the GTX295 almost assured to follow as it (Nvidia: NVDA) abandons the high and mid range graphics card market. Due to a massive series of engineering failures, nearly all of the company's product line is financially under water, and mismanagement seems to be killing the company.

Word from sources deep in the bowels of 2701 San Tomas Expressway tell us that the OEMs have been notified that the GTX285 is EOL'd, the GTX260 is EOL in November or December depending on a few extraneous issues, and the GTX275 will be EOL'd within 2 weeks. With the cancellation of the GTX285, GTX275, and GTX260, possibly the GTX295 too, Nvidia is abandoning the entire high end and mid-range graphics market. Expect a reprise in January on the low end."

FULL STORY @ Archived from SEMIACCURATE
http://www.semiaccurate.com/2009/10/06/nvidia-kills-gtx285-gtx275-gtx260-abandons-mid-and-high-end-market/
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