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Wednesday, 10 August 2011 10:32

Nvidia and AMD lose GPU market share

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Intel extends lead
Graphics giants Nvidia and AMD have lost ground to Intel last quarter, mainly thanks to strong sales of Intel CPU with integrated graphics.

According to Jon Peddie Research Intel controlled more than 60 percent of the graphics market in Q2 and both AMD and Nvidia failed to capitalize on surprisingly healthy market. Despite the fact that demand continue to grow in Q2, contrary to seasonal trends, neither AMD nor Nvidia capitalized on the surge.

The figures paint a rather bleak picture for graphics companies. AMD ended the quarter with a 21.2 percent share, down from 24.7 percent in Q1 and 24.7 percent in Q2 2010. Nvidia did even worse, with a 17.5 percent share compared to 19.9 percent in Q1 and that 21.4 percent last year.

However,  Intel’s share grew to 60.7 percent, up from 54.7 percent in Q1 and 52.9 percent in the second quarter of 2010. Year on year, Intel’s share grew by 14.7 percent, while AMD and Nvidia shed 14.2 percent and 18.4 percent respectively.
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-10 #1 dan 2011-08-10 10:41
These numbers are bullshit. Every Sandy Bridge sale counts as a GPU sale as well, even if it goes into a system with a discrete card.
 
 
+3 #2 bro_fist 2011-08-10 11:03
Looks like nobody is interested in low performance APUs as dan-fag barking. :D

No entry level cards from Nvidia, game over Jen-Hsun Huang... Cut the shit. Sandy, Ivy Bridges is closed for AMD. :D

Future is high performance computing and Nvidia does not have competition here. :P
 
 
-11 #3 fuadzilla 2011-08-10 11:06
agreed. these numbers are inaccurate.
 
 
-21 #4 yourma2000 2011-08-10 11:07
Quoting dan:
Every Sandy Bridge sale counts as a GPU sale as well, even if it goes into a system with a discrete card.



If a manufacturer like acer or HP sells a computer using Sandy Bridge but has a dedicated GPU card then the marketshare would be shared between both the CPU and the card


Quoting bro_fist:
Looks like nobody is interested in low performance APUs as dan-fag barking. :D

No entry level cards from Nvidia, game over Jen-Hsun Huang... Cut the shit. Sandy, Ivy Bridges is closed for AMD. :D

Future is high performance computing and Nvidia does not have competition here. :P


Because normal people want high performance computing for internet and video
 
 
-22 #5 Mr. Awesome 2011-08-10 11:07
Quoting bro_fist:
Future is high performance computing and Nvidia does not have competition here. :P


Uh, no. That's a niche market and won't become mainstream.
 
 
-18 #6 nele 2011-08-10 11:20
You guys fail to realize that we are talking about overall GPU share, not discrete share.

Of course Sandy Bridge is counted as a GPU sale, because it has a GPU on board. Before Sandy, chipsets had integrated GPUs and they were counted, provided they were the only GPU on the system and they often were.
 
 
+10 #7 Drac 2011-08-10 11:46
Quoting dan:
These numbers are bullshit. Every Sandy Bridge sale counts as a GPU sale as well, even if it goes into a system with a discrete card.


Just because you beloved amd lost sales,it means BS? Now you talking BS faggy - Sandy HAVE gpu,that means graphics,so it CAN count as are GPU.
Love how desperate you are :D
Oh,where is your girlfriend mr.sucker?O you didnt have much time to switch accounts yet?
amd fagboy is amd fagboy - nothing can be much funnier than "posts" from dan fagboy :D
Keep entertaining with your typical BS faggy xD
 
 
+13 #8 dan-amdFAGBOY 2011-08-10 11:52
well,i must agree probably - amd sucks big time,and even i - biggest amd fagbot - must agree,dozzer already fkced up,no proper high end video cards,no proper drivers..
sad time to be amd fagbot..oh well,at least i can post some entertaining posts
 
 
-15 #9 Jaberwocky 2011-08-10 12:14
I think within 10 years the discrete graphics card will be dead.Gone the way of the Dodo/IDE drives/floppy drives/Serial ports/parallel ports/fan boys/Steve Jobs and AGP slots.

All you'll need to buy are single powerful chips to do everything on small circuit boards.

The Race is now on for Intel/AMD/Nvidia/ ARM/ or Apple to do this.

Winner takes all. :o
 
 
-21 #10 MrScary 2011-08-10 12:15
Quoting dan-amdFAGBOY:
well,i must agree probably - amd sucks big time,and even i - biggest amd fagbot - must agree,dozzer already fkced up,no proper high end video cards,no proper drivers..
sad time to be amd fagbot..oh well,at least i can post some entertaining posts


It seems like naughty DrackydragQueen has 2 accounts for bitching around fudzilla.

Enjoy puking shit, we all know AMD crushes shittintel graphics, and after all, the 3 game consoles are AMD.
 

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