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Nvidia 'exclusive' over

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MSI will end its exclusive deal with Nvidia next month when it launches a range of ATI-based graphics cards, Chinese-language newspaper the Commercial Times has claimed.

The cards will be demo'd at CeBIT later this month.

MSI will continue to offer Nvidia-based products, the paper said. The company's move toward ATI is a reflection of rising demand for that chip maker's products.

Nvidia is expected to show off its latest GeForce FX, the 5700LE and the 5500 at CeBIT. ®

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