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A recent report from the JPR Group exploring the graphics processing market provides us with a somewhat surprising snapshot - the world of video cards narrowed in the second quarter of 2019, but didn't stop AMD from erasing the differences that developed between it and NVIDIA In recent years, even before we begin to experience the effects of the new and competitive intermediate models that officially landed on 7 in July.
In fact, this is a real upheaval of competition between the two companies - for the first time in five years the amount of graphics cores sold by AMD (in the second quarter of this year, between the beginning of March and the end of June) is higher than the number of cores sold NVIDIA. This is definitely a juicy line, though it should be noted in the same breath that the graph takes into account both sales of dedicated graphics processing cores and sales of general-purpose graphics processing cores, which explains why Intel is up there NVIDIA And AMD together - and why in reports that focus solely on video cards we still see the NVIDIA Leading on AMD In a considerable gap.
AMD managed to increase the volume of video cards and its integrated APU processors in the quarter by 9.8 percent compared to the previous quarter, while sales of NVIDIA And of Intel Have experienced a slight devaluation - thus significantly increasing our curiosity and expectation for the official Q3 statistics to come to an end at the end of this month.
Will the launch of the Radeon RX 5700 and Radeon RX 5700 XT, alongside the growing popularity of the Ryzen 3000 processors in the mobile market, bring another upward surge from AMD, or the launch of the GeForce RTX Super family and the launch of the GeForce models The new and discounted GTX will allowNVIDIA Return to the lead in the general calculations? Be sure to follow us for all major updates on the topic.