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Monday, 27 October 2008 09:45

ATI is gaining discrete notebook market share

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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We are fixing it


Last week
Darren Grasby has confirmed for Fudzilla that ATI is gaining on its discrete market share and that things are getting better. ATI did lose a huge portion of its business to Nvidia and now is the time to get it back.

Nvidia did a great job and captured the hearts of many gamers with Geforce 8600M cards, but it doesn’t really do well with Geforce 9 series and ATI is getting design wins with its new chips.

When it comes to desktop, ATI did fix the situation to its own benefit, but now it's time to fix the mobile discrete market.
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