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Taiwan makers launch new cards based on AMD and Nvidia GPUs
Press release, April 3; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Friday 3 April 2009]

Taiwan-based graphics card makers including Asustek Computer, Gigabyte Technology, Micro-Star International and Leadtek Research have all launched new graphics cards based on AMD's ATI Radeon HD 4890 or Nvidia's GeForce GTX 275 GPUs.

Asustek EAH4890 series graphics card

Asustek EAH4890 series graphics card
Photo: Company

Asustek ENGTX275 series graphics card

Asustek ENGTX275 series graphics card
Photo: Company

MSI R4890-T2D1G graphics card

MSI R4890-T2D1G graphics card
Photo: Company

MSI N275GTX Twin Frozr graphics card

MSI N275GTX Twin Frozr graphics card
Photo: Company

Gigabyte GV-R489-1GH-B graphics card

Gigabyte GV-R489-1GH-B graphics card
Photo: Company

Gigabyte GV-N275UD-896H graphics card

Gigabyte GV-N275UD-896H graphics card
Photo: Company

Leadtek WinFast GTX 275 graphics card

Leadtek WinFast GTX 275 graphics card
Photo: Company

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