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    AMD GPU shipments outpace Nvidia's for first time in 5 years

    This is the first time AMD has been in the lead since the Radeon R9 290X era.
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    Re: AMD GPU shipments outpace Nvidia's for first time in 5 years

    What an awful graph.

    NVIDIA in... Blue? And then AMD and Intel sharing two incredibly similar shades of grey.

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    Re: AMD GPU shipments outpace Nvidia's for first time in 5 years

    This clearly includes Intel, so laptops and internal gpu's mostly making up the numbers, bit a clickbait article. Yes AMD is regaining ground in laptops from intel, so thats where the increase comes. As for external gpus AMD is no challenge to Nvidia..yet
    Last edited by aniilv; 30-08-2019 at 11:41 AM.

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    Re: AMD GPU shipments outpace Nvidia's for first time in 5 years

    Whilst the title is technically correct it looks to imply AMD have taken business from Nvidia when that isn't the case, they have actually gained some of Intel's IGPU market share, you can even see it quite clearly on the graph that Intel and AMD's timeline are inverted with eachother.

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    Re: AMD GPU shipments outpace Nvidia's for first time in 5 years

    Yeah I agree, it's likely just the apu sales from the newer ryzen apu's and laptop gpu's that are driving it up a little.

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    Re: AMD GPU shipments outpace Nvidia's for first time in 5 years

    How is this helpful? DISCRETE GPUs would surely look VERY different....

    This report looks to include Corporate/OEM PCs, almost all of them will have an Intel or AMD chip in them, with some sort of onboard GPU.

    Sure, AMD sold a bucket loads of 570's, but they are small fry compared to the corporate OEM markets.

    For me this shows that despite a resurgent AMD CPU offering, NVidia are still selling a whole heap of GPU's.... and their discrete GPU's are VERY profitable for them and still holding their own against AMD who have more "channels" to sell their GPUs through...
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    Re: AMD GPU shipments outpace Nvidia's for first time in 5 years

    Quote Originally Posted by EvilCycle View Post
    , they have actually gained some of Intel's IGPU market share, you can even see it quite clearly on the graph that Intel and AMD's timeline are inverted with eachother.
    Whilst Intel is losing IGPU share it isn't as simple as that:

    1/ Intel are shipping desktop chips with the igpu disabled, hurting their own gpu market share.
    2/ AMD are taking CPU sales from Intel on the desktop, hurting Intel's gpu share.

    Frankly, I don't think AMD's position in the laptop & corporate PC market has improved so I am doubtful anything has changed there. But RX570 is a bargain, AMD deserve to be selling them by the truckload.

    Edit: The numbers do seem odd though, I presume this is down to OEM boxes. Amazon's top seller is still the 1060.
    Last edited by DanceswithUnix; 30-08-2019 at 01:06 PM.

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    Re: AMD GPU shipments outpace Nvidia's for first time in 5 years

    funny to think that Intel is so much in lead lol, but guess its mostly due to their CPU's has integrated GFX on some of them

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    Re: AMD GPU shipments outpace Nvidia's for first time in 5 years

    If we're not looking at just direct to consumer AIBs, how much of nvidia's sales are either:
    a) direct to OEMs, with lower margins;
    b) almost-useless* laptop GPUs like the MX230 (which won't be commanding RTX premiums)

    * i.e. beaten by some APUs

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    Re: AMD GPU shipments outpace Nvidia's for first time in 5 years

    Good for AMD. I hope they can use this success to make better cards and better tech.

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    Re: AMD GPU shipments outpace Nvidia's for first time in 5 years

    Why does the graph jump from Q3 '15 to Q2 '18? Or is it trying to miss the bubble created by GPU mining?
    If the Earth is a sphere how do you travel to the ends of it?

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