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NVIDIA Corporation has just announced that its add-in-board partners are about to start selling their GeForce FX 5900-based series of graphics cards on the 4th of July weekend.

NVIDIA said that leading US retailers would provide graphics cards based on the highly-anticipated GeForce FX 5900 technology from vendors like BFG Technologies, and PNY Technologies. Additionally, Falcon Northwest, Alienware and Voodoo PC also started incorporating the GeForce FX 5900 and 5900 Ultra graphics cards into custom-made personal computers.

We revealed some time ago that NVIDIA GeForce FX 5900-based graphics cards appeared for sale both in Japan and European Union, so, I expect there should be nearly enough high-end graphics cards powered by the GPU code-named NV35 in the US market now.


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