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High-end AIBs shipments increased in Q1 2016

Posted by Robert Dow on May 31st 2016 | Permalink
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Add-in board market increased in Q1'16, AMD gained market share, for the fourth consecutive quarter. Quarter-to-quarter AIBs shipments increased 4.8% and 5.8% year-to-year. Attach rate up. Jon Peddie Research, announced estimated PC graphics add-in-board (AIB) shipments and suppliers’ market share for Q1'16. The news for the quarter was encouraging and

High-end add-in boards shipments increased in Q1 2016, while all else declined

Posted by Robert Dow on May 25th 2016 | Permalink
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Q1'2016 Add-in Graphics Report is now available. Add-in board market increased in Q1'16, AMD gained market share, for the fourth consecutive quarter. Quarter-to-quarter AIBs shipments increased 4.8% and 5.8% year-to-year. Attach rate up. The attach rate of AIBs to desktop PCs has declined from a high of 63% in Q1 2008 to 44%

For Q1’16, desktop discrete GPU shipments increased 5.3% from last quarter

Posted by Robert Dow on May 23rd 2016 | Permalink
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JPR had released the Q1'16 MarketWatch report, in Q1 AMD notebook market share increased 7.5% from last quarter, Nvidia overall share increased 1.7%, from last year. The GPU market and the PC market in general, continued to slide as users and corporations have stretched out their refresh rates. The Gaming PC

Nvidia unveils new Quadro GPUs

Posted by Robert Dow on May 13th 2016 | Permalink
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Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) has in the past been a forum to launch a new line of Quadro brand professional GPU products. And while we this year we saw the official unveiling of the next-generation Pascal chip (the GP100), we didn’t see any major revamp of Quadro.

Big expectations behind Nvidia’s new Pascal GPU

Posted by Robert Dow on May 7th 2016 | Permalink
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This next-generation compute platform will find a place in virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and deep learning as well as existing graphics-intensive applications. Nvidia’s first and flagship implementation of Pascal is the GP100 GPU, expected to ship first on a Tesla board in 2016 for HPC and supercomputing applications. As it