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Sales of desktop graphics cards hit 10-year low in Q2 2015

Sales of graphics cards for desktop PCs decreased once again in the second quarter of 2015, according to data from Jon Peddie Research. Market share of Advanced Micro Devices also hit a new low during the quarter. Shipments of discrete graphics adapters for desktops dropped to 9.4 million units in …

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Makers of graphics adapters refocus to high-end graphics cards

High-end graphics cards for desktop PCs represent only a tiny fraction of the whole market of discrete graphics adapters, but as integrated graphics processors become more powerful and end-users cease to buy entry-level solutions, producers of standalone adapters need to refocus their businesses. Demand for entry-level and mainstream personal computers …

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Demand for graphics cards drops dramatically in Q1 – report

The first quarter of 2015 is not over, but manufacturers of various computer components can already make conclusions about demand for their products during the period. A media report citing makers of graphics cards suggests that sales of discrete desktop graphics adapters may hit record low levels in Q1 2015. …

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Nvidia could dominate market of desktop graphics cards

Since Advanced Micro Devices is holding off new product launches to allow its partners sell through existing inventory of graphics cards, its market share, sales, spending on marketing and influence on makers of graphics adapters are gradually declining. As a result, some manufacturers are concerned that Nvidia Corp. could eventually get …

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AMD’s desktop graphics cards sales continue to trail Nvidia’s

Although Advanced Micro Devices has been adding free games to its desktop add-on graphics cards for some time now, its market share continues to significantly trail that of Nvidia. According to recently released data from Jon Peddie Research, when it comes to discrete desktop graphics processing units (GPUs), Nvidia continues …

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