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US & EU Regulators Could Soon Investigate How NVIDIA Sells Graphics Cards

11 monthes ago   |   By Android Headlines

NVIDIA may soon be investigated by the US Federal Trade Commission and the European Union Commission over how it sells its graphics cards. This is due to claims that the company uses anti-competitive practices that would give it the advantage over its competitors. Which is a big deal, especially in the US and in Europe. So far, there's no official announcement from either country's regulators, but that announcement could be coming rather soon, as each regulatory body has responded to different complaints over NVIDIA's practices when it comes to the GeForce Partner Program.
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