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Friday, 27 July 2007 10:30

Nvidia almost trippled in notebook market

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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From 24 to 60 percent in a year


Nvidia performed a notebook miracle as it managed to turn the tables around. In Q1 2006 Nvidia had 24 percent of the total notebook GPU market while ATI had amazing 73 percent.

This year situation turned completely to Nvidia’s advantage as according to Nvidia’s analyst presentation the company has 60 percent of the market in Q1 2007 while AMD dropped to 39 percent only.

I guess that Nvidia really did well but we are sure that ATI has some fighting chance now when 65 nanometre 2600 and 2400 mobile generation are just around the corner but we are sure that Nvidia will reveal its 65 nanometre notebook cores as soon as this year. 

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