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  1. A1xLLcqAgt0qc2RyMz0y

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    Can you please update this chart with the 2015 Q1 & Q2 data.

    EDIT: Thanks dbz for the updated chart

    JPR just released the 2Q2015 AIB numbers.

    http://www.jonpeddie.com/publications/add-in-board-report

    Nvidia 81.9% vs AMD 18.0%
     
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    Here you go
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    DBZ, that's some great work you have! Would it be possible to request a version with inverted colors or the source please?

     
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    Inverted colours ? How do you mean - white background/black text ?

    As for the source (assuming you don't mean me as the graph maker), the numbers come primarily from Mercury Research with some additions from JPR where Mercury's figures weren't available or were aggregated over 6 months rather than three. Some of the reports I gleaned figures for are behind a paywall and I can't reprint the results. You can, with a little time, correlate most of the same figures via search engine. Jon Peddie have a press release archive of sorts ( although I personally prefer Mercury's figures).
     
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    ITC finds Samsung did not infringe Nvidia patents and finds one patent as invalid: http://www.reuters.com/article/2015...20151009?feedType=RSS&feedName=technologyNews

     
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    Nvidia beats Wall Street’s Q3 expectations with strong graphics chip sales

    http://venturebeat.com/2015/11/05/g...expectations-with-strong-core-graphics-sales/
     
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    In the overall GPU market (Discrete and CPUs that include a GPU) Nvidia did a nice job in increasing market share. Most of it was at AMD's expense.

    AMD market share at 11.5% DOWN 2.7% from last year
    Nvidia market share at 15.7% UP 1.6% from last year
    Intel market share at 72.8% UP 1.0% from last year

    http://jonpeddie.com/publications/market_watch

    Note that AMD includes APUs (integrated GPU) along with discrete GPUs whereas Nvidia is only discrete GPUs.

    When JPR releases the discrete GPUs report AMD will again be shown with dreadful market share.

    For reference Nvidia had 81.9% discrete market share vs AMD's 18% last quarter 2015Q2.
     
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    Wouldn't that go better in the AMD thread?
     
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    I think he was simply responding to A1xLLcqAgt0qc2RyMz0y's post.
     
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    Not sure where the PCWorld article got this:
    Actually Nvidia's marketshare did increase, opposed to what the PC World article states. I don't see where they get AMD's 0.7% increase was gained from Nvidia's share ... seems more likely from Intel based on the chart.


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    http://jonpeddie.com/publications/market_watch
     
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    The PCW article is referencing discrete only share, not overall graphics share . The full report breaks out both, while the public element just post the overall.
     
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    I think that PCW just regurgitated a HOPE article from awhile ago that AMD would regain some market share from the competitive FURY even though no data at that time was available to justify the claim.

    Since FURY was not competitive against the 980 TI and the Nano is overpriced that did not happen as seen by the financial reports from AMD and Nvidia.

    The JPR discrete GPU report will be available with a few weeks and I fully expect that Nvidia will have gained more share from AMD.

    Edit: I was wrong as AMD did in fact regain 0.8% market share. 81.1% Nvidia vs 18.8% AMD.

    http://www.jonpeddie.com/publications/add-in-board-report
     
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    I have the report.
     
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    http://jonpeddie.com/press-releases...sed-in-q315-amd-gained-market-share-nvidia-lo

    There is the relevant info.

    [​IMG]

    I mean yeah AMD's share compared to previous quarter went up from 18 to 18.8%. I'm afraid I don't see any positives in that, first of all compared to year before, it's a big drop and secondly how do you not improve marketshare by going from zero products in the high end to actually having a product there. If at first nVidia sells 100 980Tis to 0 Furys and then only 100 to 1, well congrats you gained marketshare! The fact that it only rose 0.8 percentage points when AMD also had other new items in the lineup is more worrisome than good news to be honest. Hopefully the 16nm cards will fare better.
     
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    That exact data and number was already stated in the supposedly fictitious / made-up / hopeful I article already posted.
     
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    Its always harder to gain back marketshare, but its a start, outside of retail sales, OEM's and system builders would have been locked into deals so need to wait for them to start up new products to add in AMD boards (because allocation would be finished also they have to their own verification for systems to do). I think to be fair to AMD we will have to see the next quarter numbers to get a better picture.
     
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    I assume these data represent market share in units sold, not revenue. So as a very high-end product, Fury was unlikely to have a substantial impact. Revenue figures might tell a different story, though they would probably look worse for AMD in absolute terms (i.e. AMD's revenue share might be growing faster, but it's probably lower than 18.8%).
     
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