Shouldn’t we name this AMD? This other stuff’s just crap. I now understand, but I’m not convinced it’s accurate. That’s the valid name of the company. Add to cart Add to wish list. I suggest to change the entry to “VGA compatible controller: It might need to be corrected.
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Send to colleague Customers also bought Your name: Add to cart Add to wish list. Regarding user protection, the GPT series uses a combination of hardware and software controls to improve safety: In that case you’d better change vendor I tried to shorten the name, though.
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This ensures a stable voltage supply for all the tests of the GPT Series. Probably better to have Advanced Micro Devices out of brackets. They are not reserved for anything. So it seems AMD keeps using This other stuff’s just crap. That’s the valid name of the company.
I now understand, but I’m not convinced it’s accurate. Using nee for companies that are acquired or have merged is quite common here in this database.
And the brackets are also reserved for product names btw. I’m French, but I can’t even remember seeing the word “nee”.
By the way, brackets are used for marketing names. In this case nobody knows the name Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. Add a personal message.
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Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. It is valid, but isn’t enough precise. Shouldn’t we name this AMD?
I was probably not very clear. Hi Peter, the is indeed the most common card using that ID, but there are many more. With the innovative PCI Express Bus Architecture, it offers increased bandwidth, reliability and additional functionality compared with standard GbE network auxio.
We can do the same with all companies, whose abbreviated names are in more common use than their full, official names.
I certainly don’t see any definition of “nee” which fits the use for ATI anyway.