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NVIDIA Launches The SLI Marketplace

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Steve Dougherty | Nov 22, 2006 at 04:16 pm CST (0 mins, 59 secs reading time)

NVIDIA have just set up a new section on their "SLIZone" website dubbed the "SLI Marketplace", allowing gamers in the U.S. to buy SLI-certified products such as motherboards, graphics cards, etc. as well as offering a service linked up to eBay's item listings for people who wish to sell their SLI-components.

For more information on it, have a read of NVIDIA's supporting press announcement here, or just head straight over to the SLI Marketplace to get a feel for it yourself.

SANTA CLARA, CA -NOVEMBER 21, 2006-NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA) today announced a revolutionary new shopping experience for gamers-the NVIDIA® SLI ™ Marketplace. Located at, the NVIDIA SLI Marketplace will allow consumers in the United States to:

1) Buy SLI-certified products, such as motherboards, graphics cards, power supplies, system memory, computer cases, and complete systems
2) Sell SLI-components, via online eBay item listings
3) Build your own SLI desktop PC from the ground up or upgrade your current system to an SLI-powered PC

By consolidating more than 50 different destinations, including system builder sites, e-tail sites and eBay item listings, the NVIDIA SLI Marketplace is the premiere destination in the U.S. for every PC gamers' hardware needs.

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