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Thursday, 29 July 2010 09:21

ATI outpaces Nvidia in discrete market

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51 to 49 percent
According to Mercury Research beancounters, ATI has managed to overtake Nvidia in discrete graphics sales.

Nvidia was traditionally the stronger player in the market and a year ago it had a 59 percent market share, while ATI was short of 41 percent. In Q2 ATI managed to grab 51 percent of the market, while Nvidia slipped down to just under 49 percent. As they say, what a difference a year makes.

Nvidia still has a decent chance to get back in the game with several upcoming GF10x products and the GF104. However, it is clear that ATI’s DirectX 11 lead has had a major impact on Nvidia’s business.

If we look at overall graphics sales, including IGPs and CPU-integrated graphics, Intel still reigns supreme with a 54.3 percent share. ATI is also going strong with 24.5 percent and Nvidia has to make the best out of 19.8 percent. Last year Nvidia’s overall share was 29.6 percent. Obviously, AMD and Intel will continue to dominate the IGP market.

Things are not looking up for Nvidia lately and the company has already announced that its revenue would not meet earlier projections.

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+51 #1 pogsnet 2010-07-29 09:44
Did the Nvidia Fanbois see this? Or are they still at denial... how could they win if the only product they have if not obsolete or renamed models, it is an expensive version of latest models only. BTW only GTX 460 makes sense on their current line up but still so expensive for most users.

This gap will widen as the next generation ATI GPU is coming later this year or by October the soonest as previously announced.
 
 
+37 #2 Alexko 2010-07-29 09:46
Well, it was bound to happen…
 
 
-13 #3 bitMorph3r 2010-07-29 10:13
now, the only logic thing to do is let ATI get to 60 - 70% market share and then switch to NVIDIA.
Good bless competition. :)
 
 
+28 #4 nele 2010-07-29 11:13
I think this is the first time since 2005 or 2006 that ATI managed to outsell NV...
 
 
+25 #5 MrScary 2010-07-29 13:13
Quoting pogsnet:
Did the Nvidia Fanbois see this? Or are they still at denial... how could they win if the only product they have if not obsolete or renamed models, it is an expensive version of latest models only. BTW only GTX 460 makes sense on their current line up but still so expensive for most users.

This gap will widen as the next generation ATI GPU is coming later this year or by October the soonest as previously announced.


They must be hiding in a sewage, crying and whining, hahaha.

God bless AMD, their stocks (i´m investor, yumi) and everything around them :).
 
 
+19 #6 yourma2000 2010-07-29 15:23
Thinking about buying some shares in AMD, especially after winning the iMac & Mac Pro deals with Apple and when the new GPU series is released in october the stock share prices will increase a fair bit
 
 
+8 #7 redisnidma 2010-07-29 17:10
Homer Simpson would say "OUCH". ;-)
 
 
+13 #8 AMD 2010-07-29 17:24
"God bless AMD, their stocks (i´m investor, yumi) and everything around them :)."

Thank you :) And I`m more precious than just a few stocks
 
 
+20 #9 Haberlandt 2010-07-29 17:29
Way to go AMD! Proud owner of an AMD CPU and GPU :-)
 
 
-41 #10 Squall_Leonhart 2010-07-29 19:00
lol... ATI. maybe if their drivers worked.
 

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