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AMD has gained 4.8% GPU market share in the last quarter

AMD has gained 4.8% GPU market share in the last quarter

AMD has gained 4.8% GPU market share in the last quarter

AMD has gained 4.8% GPU market share in the last quarter

 

This article was possible thanks to information provided by Neverbackdown on the OC3D Forums. 

 

According to Mercury Research, AMD has increased their GPU market share by 4.8% in the last quarter, increasing their market share to a total of 34.2%.

This increase in market share is due to AMD's concentration on the $100-$300 GPU market, a market where 85% of all discrete GPUs are purchased. This positions AMD in a great place to combat Nvidia, where Their GTX 1060 stands as the only challenge to AMD's Polaris Series of GPUs. 

Right now AMD is working on their higher end Vega GPU offerings, with plans to deliver consumers new enthusiast-grade hardware in the near future. At this time Vega is expected to launch in early 2017. 

 

  AMD has gained 4.8% GPU market share in the last quarter

 

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23-08-2016, 07:46:47

Kushiro
So much good news lately. With Polaris making the way through it should keep getting better unless nVidia decides to make something and sell it for what its worth.Quote

23-08-2016, 08:44:02

Dark NighT
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Originally Posted by Kushiro View Post
So much good news lately. With Polaris making the way through it should keep getting better unless nVidia decides to make something and sell it for what its worth.
exactly, its nvidia's arrogant behaviour thats starting to drive amd sales which is awesome.Quote

23-08-2016, 09:12:26

Kleptobot
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Originally Posted by Dark NighT View Post
exactly, its nvidia's arrogant behaviour thats starting to drive amd sales which is awesome.
Or its because AMD have a good product that's well priced.Quote

23-08-2016, 09:13:35

Reloaded2
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Originally Posted by Kleptobot View Post
Or its because AMD have a good product that's well priced.
Its a bit of both to be honest.Quote

23-08-2016, 11:54:27

NeverBackDown
AMD is making pretty good gains and honestly this is the best strategy for them even if it's not immediately profitable like they need it to be. By them aiming for the mass of the market, this gives them much needed leverage for software specific IP(from open source) to be used instead of Nvifias alternative. The more they can take away from Nvidia on the software side, the stronger there hardware will look. Hopefully Vega can drive this forward, where hardware is very strong and the increase in market share now benefits it's launchQuote
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