Abit Entering Graphics Market

"Abit follows in the footsteps of other motherboard manufacturers such as ASUS"

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Abit Entering Graphics Market
Channel vendors have passed on the word that motherboard manufacturer Abit is taking steps to begin selling Nvidia GPU-based graphics cards.  With this move, Abit joins the ranks of first-tier motherboard manufacturers who also sell graphics cards with the likes of Elitegroup Computer Systems and Foxconn.
While expanding to the rather profitable graphics card market could certainly help Abit, the field is already so crowded with companies such as Evga, XFX, Zotac, and ASUS that it may be difficult for Abit to get their share of the market.
Currently there is no word whether Abit will attempt to sell AMD/ATI cards as well.
Is it too late for Abit to enter the already crowded graphics card market, or will their reputation as a top-notch motherboard manufacturer allow them to snag the attention of potential customers?
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26-03-2008, 14:03:34

SlySoft have issued a press release stating that they have broken the DRM (Digital Rights Management) on BD+.

Read the full news article.

26-03-2008, 14:42:41

har har,the ps3 is next :D

i was wondering when they will get their shizzle together and break ps3/bd
Homebrew ftw :p

26-03-2008, 14:45:42


won't likely be breached for 10 years

Should resign. Go sell lampshades or something.

26-03-2008, 14:58:09

saying something wont be breached is just asking for it to be gone in 6 months,when will some people learn?

26-03-2008, 14:59:38


Should resign. Go sell lampshades or something.

Lmao yeah... Actually being quoted as saying 10 years is a bit of a joke..

There's clever people about without much else to do that try and break these encryptions. To believe that it can withstand until basically it'll be obsolete tech is a touch stupid.

26-03-2008, 15:23:04

Mr. Smith
If people want to break encryption they will.

Piracy can not be controlled!

26-03-2008, 20:55:14


If people want to break encryption they will.

Piracy can not be controlled!


Anything can be cracked within reason.. Its just a matter of time.

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