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Submitted by mpctips 770d ago | news

Intel Gains Graphics Market Share at the Expense of AMD, Nvidia

Maximum PC: Intel increased its share of the graphics market by 3.4 percent in the fourth quarter of 2012 to claim nearly a third of the market at 63.4 percent, the latest data by Jon Peddie Research (JPR) reveals. AMD, meanwhile, dropped from 21 percent in Q3 to 19.7 percent in Q4, and Nvidia gave up nearly 2 percent and remains in third place with a 16.9 percent share of the market. All three vendors saw graphics shipments decline last quarter. (AMD, Industry, Intel, Jon Peddie Research, NVIDIA, PC hardware)

justinbkerr  +   771d ago
Being integrated into the mandatory CPU never hurts your chances.
gamernova  +   770d ago
Obviously people pay less for non dedicated GPU laptops/computers. It isn't like people are damn I wanna play far cry 3 on pc. Let me go with intel because their graphics are beast.
newsguy  +   770d ago
Not good for AMD/Nvidia
raytraceme  +   770d ago
And then the ps4/xbox 720 came out and amd takes back that market share and then some from intel.
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Cueil  +   768d ago
Don't forget Wii U

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