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Looks like AMD hit the bottom last quarter. They have now recaptured 2.3% from Nvidia.
From 18.8% in Q3 to 21.1% in Q4 2015.
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The high-end gamer AIBs were the bright spot in the PC market in 2015, and especially in Q4’15.
Overall add-in board market decreased in Q4'15, AMD gained market share, while Nvidia lost share. Quarter-to-quarter AIBs shipments decreased -4.9% and -7.9% year-to-year.

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JPR’s AIB Report tracks computer add-in graphics boards, which carry discrete graphics chips. AIBs used in desktop PCs, workstations, servers, and other devices such as scientific instruments. They are sold directly to customers as aftermarket products, or are factory installed. In all cases, AIBs represent the higher end of the graphics industry using discrete chips and private high-speed memory, as compared to the integrated GPUs in CPUs that share slower system memory.


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However insignificant this may be, this is the first concrete good news I've heard for AMD in ages. Cheers to them.

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Nice.
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It'll likely keep increasing considering latest DX12 news.
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It'll likely keep increasing considering latest DX12 news.

Having games locked at 60, in borderless fullscreen, on M$ store, with no install dir option is not what I'd call good news for dx12.

Nevertheless keep bruteforcing it AMD! That's what you're good at.
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Having games locked at 60, in borderless fullscreen, on M$ store, with no install dir option is not what I'd call good news for dx12.

Nevertheless keep bruteforcing it AMD! That's what you're good at.

I would say AMD is doing just the opposite of that and nVidia is bruteforcing.

Also what your talking about is games from the windowstore.
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not a bad increase since it was high end cards released in this time period. Not counting the people that paid more for the same with the 390 launch

when the lower to mid range cards are released it will be better to gauge what market they can take back in the dvga area
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not a bad increase since it was high end cards released in this time period. Not counting the people that paid more for the same with the 390 launch

when the lower to mid range cards are released it will be better to gauge what market they can take back in the dvga area

What was the same that was more and what more was there that was the same with the 390 ? It scored better scores than the 290X at launch (5% increase from the same chip that is the 290) and came with custom coolers. Sometimes handily beat the 980's tongue.gif . Am I missing something ?

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Considering the previous thread said that AMD will be facing their worst for this quarter... Well, surprise !
Happy to see them getting more market share. This is probably due to the DX12 reviews and news. Their marketing strategy suddenly improved a lot. Not to mention their driver quality and release quantity.

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