The graphics card market continues to shrink, but AMD shows slight signs of recovery

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Reports on the third quarter of video cards are already here, with modest positive news for the red actress

As happens every three months, even now we get A modest general report From JPR analysis about the state of the discreet video world - and the good news is that Is able to regain some of the market share it lost, but what is a little less positive is that the market is becoming smaller and smaller.

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According to the report, in the third quarter of 2015, 12 sold a total of one million dedicated video cards - most of them from NVIDIA and AMD. This is a good increase of 27.6 per cent compared to the number sold in the second quarter of 2015, which is good - but in the same breath it should be noted that this is nevertheless a decrease of 3.8 percent compared to the number sold in the third quarter of 2014, Continues to be A contraction of the total number of consumers who choose to integrate a separate graphics processing card into their system, along with a moderate growth in the number of people who prefer to be content with the built-in core provided by Intel and.


The growth compared to the previous quarter and the decline from the previous year were both better than the general data of the PC market (which grew only by 7.6 quarter-on-quarter and fell by 8.9 percent over the same quarter last year), which nevertheless indicates positive momentum that exists Makers of graphics cards and personal computer gaming, but in a glance it can be argued that as long as the world of personal computing continues to lose its scope, everyone dependent on it (including and-, Of course) loses in the end.


Another point of light in the data specifically relates to AMD, which enjoyed 33.3 growth in the third quarter of 2015 compared to the second quarter of the year, compared with a growth of only "26.4" to NVIDIA - which allowed AMD to increase its market share Minimized to 18.8 percent (as opposed to 18 only) at the opponent's expense, which of course Continues to control the high hand And sells, statistically, four products on each product that sells AMD. This improvement on the part of the Sunnyvale chip developer is not much, but hey - it's better than seeing a further deterioration of the And so on, is not it?

Reminder - The general trend is less and less personal computers in general, and less with discreet cards
Reminder - The general trend is less and less personal computers in general, and less with discreet cards