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    AMD and ATI merge finally announced

    It's been talked about for what seems like months and months now, then last Friday we said it was actually go to happen and others said the same thing. Then, finally, AMD and ATI today came out and said they were merging.
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    Well its finally happened then, i dunno what to say, part of me is like woohoo ive always used ati with amd and now they will be one should mean even better compatability and performance. Although the other half of me is wondering if this is wise and if this could be detrimental to both sides :S Lets wait and see

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    I've seen ATI as the worse choice between the two gfx makers, maybe this will make me think different

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    Provided ATI and Nvidia continue to compete for standalone GFX card sales I don't see this making much difference in that market, unless AMD's FAB technology gives ATI and advantage.
    IMHO it will have a much bigger effect on future AMD CPUs and AMD chipsets.

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