nVidia Moves Into Retail GPU Card Sales

Nvidia started to release self-built nVidia graphics cards. This comes after years of the company licensing its graphics technology out to third party manufacturers such as Asus to build the cards for them.HardOCP says that the graphics cards are manufactured in China by Foxconn. The cards run at stock speeds, and come with a generous […]

Nvidia started to release self-built nVidia graphics cards. This comes after years of the company licensing its graphics technology out to third party manufacturers such as Asus to build the cards for them.

HardOCP says that the graphics cards are manufactured in China by Foxconn. The cards run at stock speeds, and come with a generous 3 year warranty. As previously mentioned, nVidia has yet to make an official release or statement on the matter.

NVIDIA and Best Buy are working together to offer PC customers the opportunity to experience firsthand the latest in PC technologies right inside Best Buy stores. As part of this broad initiative, NVIDIA is supplying to Best Buy specific GeForce models built and supported by NVIDIA. These products will only be available at Best Buy and will complement GeForce products from our partners.

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