BFGTech Bails Out Of Graphics Business

Posted: May 19 2010, 5:54am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:10pm CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
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For a long time BFG Tech was one of the largest companies in the video card market and was among the most popular with gamers and enthusiasts. I have reviewed several BFG products over the years. Reports are now coming in that BFGTech is leaving the video card market.

This is sad news for fans of the firm's video card offerings that were often among the best performing on the market. BFG has stated that the video card market is no longer profitable for the company at this time. However, the company says that it will continue to evaluate the market.

BFG will continue to support the video cards it has sold and honor the warranty on its video cards; it simply won't bring cards to market. BFG will continue on making its popular power supplies and computer systems.

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