Here's a complete shocker for you: the number-one manufacturer of NVIDIA-based graphics cards is going out of business. Kyle at the cold, HardOCP has the cold, hard truth of the matter. Apparently the company's creditors are foreclosing, and when all is said and done, VisionTek will be no more. Kyle speculates on who might pick up the slack. There are some decent candidates, but the loss of production capacity and brand recognition has to be a painful to NVIDIA.
This story just broke, and we'll be following it with interest as details emerge.
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