NVIDIA still the leader of GPU market, even with Vega

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  1. CHEF-KOCH

    CHEF-KOCH MDL Addicted

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  2. R29k

    R29k MDL GLaDOS

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    Leader of what, this is fake news by the Russians. The leader is Intel by a landslide ! :D
     
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    #3 CHEF-KOCH, Nov 24, 2017
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    This isn't fake news, seems you missed the fact that in almost every modern CPU there is an Intel 'graphic' chip integrated which makes nVidia still the leader when it comes to 'cards' (cause iGPU are not really 'cards') because you can't play e.g. Wolfenstein with it (games also mentioned in the article).

    The chart will changed (AMD on the top but not leader) when Intel integrate AMD's graphic solution in the CPU's (next year/2019).
     
  4. Joe C

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    FTFY
     
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  5. Mitolo

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    Crap I thought it was SiS .....;)
     
  6. Joe C

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    I think all the bit coin miners gobble up the AMD cards and that's the reason you do not see them
     
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  7. Julius

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    I can predict the end of pc gaming with the price of the cards these days.
    I want to upgrade my gtx 970, and grab a new game or two, but it's totally not worth it at all.
    You would think game makers might persuade card makers to figure out how to save their industry by producing a revised card, that disables some of the features those miners need, without sacrificing gamers needs. Maybe we'll see them in stock at original release pricing, or even cheaper, since their profits are through the roof right now.
    But alas, it's not about us.
    sorry for the rant...
     
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