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    Diamond Multimedia dishes out four new Radeon-based cards

    Diamond Multimedia, manufacturer of PC graphics cards, sound cards, TV tuner cards and communications products has unveiled four new ATI Radeon-based graphics cards in the form of the HD 3870 X2, the HD 3650, the HD 3650 and the HD 3450.
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    Re: Diamond Multimedia dishes out four new Radeon-based cards

    WTF? I thought Diamond didn't exist anymore! Not that I'm unhappy about this, somewhere I still have a Viper V550 AGP card which was VERY good, I'm just surprised.

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    Re: Diamond Multimedia dishes out four new Radeon-based cards

    blast from the past!

    i still have a supraexpress modem somewhere

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    Re: Diamond Multimedia dishes out four new Radeon-based cards

    I thought they had gone out of business, the last Diamond product I bought, was a modem (in the attic), well built and reliable. If they can pruduce to the same quality the competition in the marketplace will be useful.

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    Re: Diamond Multimedia dishes out four new Radeon-based cards

    Quote Originally Posted by directhex View Post
    i still have a supraexpress modem somewhere
    ditto; 56k V90 PCI card. They also used to do the Rio MP3 players. I'm certain they got bought out by someone.

    edit: They merged w/S3 and became Sonicblue before going into Chapter 11 protection (effectively becoming insolvent) in 2003. They must have either been bought or got themselves out of it.

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