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Friday, 05 October 2007 12:17

ATI is getting market share back

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Good prices of 2600 and 2400 cards


Our sources have confirmed that they sold a lot of 2600 and 2400 from August on and that ATI market share is improving worldwide.


ATI went from 10 percent market share in Japan to over 25 today and you can see the similar increase in market share in Euroland and America. The 2600 series is not faster than Geforce 8600 but it is much cheaper and offers reasonable performance for the price.


The same people expect that ATI will gain a lot more market once RV670 is out and as well as RV620 and R635.




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