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Tuesday, 01 November 2011 09:32

Q3 graphics shipments up 16.7 percent

Written by Fudzilla staff



Surprisingly positive results


The graphics market has experienced one of the most uneventful years in over a decade, but according to Jon Peddie Research, things are moving along quite nicely, despite the lack of new products.

Total Q3 graphics shipments were up 16.7 percent sequentially and 18.4 year-to-year. Intel accounted for much of the growth, with 36.5 percent. In addition, JPR claims some stability has been restored as well, with shipments following seasonal patterns which were disturbed by volatility in economic markets three years ago.

Overall Intel emerged as the big winner. It managed to expand its lead and seize an additional 9.5 percent of the market year-on-year. AMD broke even, while Nvidia lost 23 percent in the overall market, but it clawed back 10.9 percent in the discrete market.

Total PC shipments in Q3 are estimated at 92 percent, up 8.8 percent sequentially.












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+4 #1 spp 2011-11-01 10:32
:cry: I don't get why everyone highlights Intel's GPU sales and growth rate. The fact is everyone is forced to buy there graphics crap, because its integrated into the CPU even with a higher end I7 2600K ? Customers have no choice but to buy there Crap as well. If customers where offered in a way that, if they wanted an Intel graphics or an AMD/Nvida controller, I don't think anyone in this planet will choose Intel's one even a person who only uses MS Word wont choose an Intel Gfx that's for sure......
 
 
+2 #2 thematrix606 2011-11-01 11:29
You can thank Battlefield 3, and not so much for MW3! :P
 
 
+2 #3 fuadzilla 2011-11-01 11:42
aren't amd's apu and mobo integrated graphics considered gpu also then?
 
 
+1 #4 Kryojenix 2011-11-01 13:21
I was going to make a comment about everyone going for AMD/NVIDIA's current range because it seems the wait for next-gen is stretching out, but maybe the other mentioned factors are more of an influence.
 
 
+1 #5 thematrix606 2011-11-01 13:37
Quoting Kryojenix:
I was going to make a comment about everyone going for AMD/NVIDIA's current range because it seems the wait for next-gen is stretching out, but maybe the other mentioned factors are more of an influence.


I'm still holding out for January to swap my HD5870! CANNOT WAIT! :D
 
 
0 #6 Haberlandt 2011-11-01 16:38
Quoting thematrix606:
I'm still holding out for January to swap my HD5870! CANNOT WAIT! :D



That's the spirit!
 

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