Or is there?
Any smart investor should know that a well-diversified portfolio is the key to success, but it doesn't look like any graphics card manufacturers have a diverse portfolio when it comes to their graphics card lineups. Sure Asus offers a wide range of GeForce4 Ti and MX-based graphics cards, but they aren't making any Radeons. Likewise, Gigabyte has a full spread of Radeon 9x00 graphics, but not even the hint of a GeForce. In fact, not one of NVIDIA's graphics partners offered Radeon 9x00-based products to hedge themselves against NVIDIA's GeForce FX delays, and none of ATI's partners is offering graphics cards based on NVIDIA's upcoming chips to hedge against NV31/34/35 outperforming ATI's current and next Radeons. Why? Let's find out.
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