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    Hello ATI.AMD.com

    AMD today announced its acquisition of ATI has been completed for an approximate $5.4 billion USD. The transaction details include a $4.3 billion cash buyout and 58 million shares of AMD common stock in exchange for all common shares of ATI. Shareholders were offered the following options:

    Source: http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=4695



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    If this means that you can't use AMD CPUs with nVidia GFX cards, I'm sticking to Intel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by true_neo View Post
    If this means that you can't use AMD CPUs with nVidia GFX cards, I'm sticking to Intel.
    w0w, 2 post of this negativity. did u have a bad experience?
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    Quote Originally Posted by true_neo View Post
    If this means that you can't use AMD CPUs with nVidia GFX cards, I'm sticking to Intel.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tut123408 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by true_neo View Post
    If this means that you can't use AMD CPUs with nVidia GFX cards, I'm sticking to Intel.


    Do you not understand the statement?



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    Quote Originally Posted by mr. nails View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by true_neo View Post
    If this means that you can't use AMD CPUs with nVidia GFX cards, I'm sticking to Intel.
    w0w, 2 post of this negativity. did u have a bad experience?
    Yeah, first vid card was ATi. Trying to update drivers ended up with a reformat, and since I only had 1 HDD I could not get any backups.
    It was because of that I decided to start using (and later, buying) Driver Cleaner. Never had a problem with nvidia cards nor drivers (rather, no problems that wasnt solved by toning down the OC or updating the drivers) so Im good with nV
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