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You know GTX970 basically killed AMD? If AMD does not make it 2016 GTX970 was the final blow. Thanks to GTX970 market share went from 60/40 to 80/20. That also helps cards like GTX960 who in reality is a bad card compared to what AMD has but its up there in Steam.
Damage was done. Right before they said 10 Million GTX970/GTX980 where sold which I would say 9 Million where probably GTX970s.

HAHAHAHA sure.
AMD did mistakes for which they are paying for. GTX 970 has nothing to do with it.

Do you really think that NVIDIA earns 10x more than AMD? ..
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HAHAHAHA sure.
AMD did mistakes for which they are paying for. GTX 970 has nothing to do with it.

Do you really think that NVIDIA earns 10x more than AMD? ..

http://wccftech.com/nvidiaamd-marketshare-graph-shows-3-4-gamers-nvidia-gpu/

Well can't say 100% but mining cards + launch of GTX970 is what caused AMD to fall down to the level they are now. Not sure what people had in mind but running R9 290/290X for mining @ 100% can really get to you in terms of heat and power consumption. GTX970 was just the card to replace these AMD cards. AMD should have had new card out right after the mining craze so people could use the money made and money they got from selling 290 card. Instead all the money went to Nvidia. I thought AMD was in much worse position when Nvidia had GTX Titan OG and GTX780 out. In reality though GTX970/ GTX960 is what makes Nvidia money and market share. $500+ card are only there for people here and for brand dominance.
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Well can't say 100% but mining cards + launch of GTX970 is what caused AMD to fall down to the level they are now. Not sure what people had in mind but running R9 290/290X for mining @ 100% can really get to you in terms of heat and power consumption. GTX970 was just the card to replace these AMD cards. AMD should have had new card out right after the mining craze so people could use the money made and money they got from selling 290 card. Instead all the money went to Nvidia. I thought AMD was in much worse position when Nvidia had GTX Titan OG and GTX780 out. In reality though GTX970/ GTX960 is what makes Nvidia money and market share. $500+ card are only there for people here and for brand dominance.


The problem is that the majority of the miners werent gamers or even inherently interested in gpus outside of that specific task. Even if AMD were to release another gpu after the craze it would of mattered little given the market had fallen apart, these consumers were not long term consumers by any means. Even then there would have been the problem of the second hand market literally being flooded with high power cheap hardware. It was good that AMD was able to leverage the mining market while it existed, but it really did virtually nothing for their brand or market presence in the long term.
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The problem is that the majority of the miners werent gamers or even inherently interested in gpus outside of that specific task. Even if AMD were to release another gpu after the craze it would of mattered little given the market had fallen apart, these consumers were not long term consumers by any means. Even then there would have been the problem of the second hand market literally being flooded with high power cheap hardware. It was good that AMD was able to leverage the mining market while it existed, but it really did virtually nothing for their brand or market presence in the long term.

If you look at market share mining did nothing for AMD but bad. They sold their inv in 2 months instead of 8 months. The cards ended up to miners for the most part and for the next year after mining those card ended up back to gamers but nothing was really left for AMD to sell so they lost 50% of sales. Now even latter on AMDs following was very weak with Fury line.
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The problem is that the majority of the miners werent gamers or even inherently interested in gpus outside of that specific task. Even if AMD were to release another gpu after the craze it would of mattered little given the market had fallen apart, these consumers were not long term consumers by any means. Even then there would have been the problem of the second hand market literally being flooded with high power cheap hardware. It was good that AMD was able to leverage the mining market while it existed, but it really did virtually nothing for their brand or market presence in the long term.

I would go further and say it likely damaged the gaming market and long term sales. The profits seen during the mining craze where not made by AMD or the partners but rather the retailers that gouged the pricing hard and laughed all the way to the bank. While sales where fantastic for one or two quarters they all but dried up by Q3 as miners moved to more efficient solutions.

New card sales died for two reason. First the glut of cheap used cards that flooded the market as miners looked to get out. Second the fact that gamers looking for a card during the gold rush where faced with buys a stupidly overpriced AMD card or a (for the first time ever) comparatively reasonably priced NVidia card. This fact alone is what led to the recent shifts in market share in the last year.

The effect on long term for AMD is actually potentially the worst problem. Gamers on the whole are not techies and do not care what brand they have as long as their favorite game plays well and the card is within their budget. They do not jump to upgrade every cycle and the most important part, they tend to stay with the same brand they already have if their experience is good. So if they have an NVidia card and they enjoyed their games they will just, on auto pilot buy another NVidia card.

Bit Coin Mining was a good bottom line for the short term scenario for AMD but for the gaming world, it was a nightmare storm that AMD needs to fight through.
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http://wccftech.com/nvidiaamd-marketshare-graph-shows-3-4-gamers-nvidia-gpu/

Well can't say 100% but mining cards + launch of GTX970 is what caused AMD to fall down to the level they are now. Not sure what people had in mind but running R9 290/290X for mining @ 100% can really get to you in terms of heat and power consumption. GTX970 was just the card to replace these AMD cards. AMD should have had new card out right after the mining craze so people could use the money made and money they got from selling 290 card. Instead all the money went to Nvidia. I thought AMD was in much worse position when Nvidia had GTX Titan OG and GTX780 out. In reality though GTX970/ GTX960 is what makes Nvidia money and market share. $500+ card are only there for people here and for brand dominance.

AMD was never stable!

AMD stock had hit 1.93 in November 2012.
And actually GCN saved AMD. Console design win ....

GTX 970 has nothing to do with AMD stock. GTX 970 is not even really good card...

NVIDIA is also very vulnerable... all of these company are vulnerable. Basically AMD is the only company who is making GPU&CPU&APU with HSA.

I do not know why people think that Maxwell destroy AMD.... AMD was destroying itself. But now they may actually succeed.

All of this has nothing to do with Pascal.
Edited by Themisseble - 1/22/16 at 7:31am
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AMD was never stable!

AMD stock had hit 1.93 in November 2012.
And actually GCN saved AMD. Console design win ....

GTX 970 has nothing to do with AMD stock. GTX 970 is not even really good card...

NVIDIA is also very vulnerable... all of these company are vulnerable. Basically AMD is the only company who is making GPU&CPU&APU with HSA.

I do not know why people think that Maxwell destroy AMD.... AMD was destroying itself. But now they may actually succeed.

All of this has nothing to do with Pascal.

Well of course AMD is destroying itself but GTX970/960 seling well does not help AMD. GTX970 is a very good price for the price point. If I was buying cards with my money and was running air cooling I would have gotten GTX970 too. R9 290 forced me to get a Water Block but even then it was still cheaper than GTX780 Ti and 290X.
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Well of course AMD is destroying itself but GTX970/960 seling well does not help AMD. GTX970 is a very good price for the price point. If I was buying cards with my money and was running air cooling I would have gotten GTX970 too. R9 290 forced me to get a Water Block but even then it was still cheaper than GTX780 Ti and 290X.

All I want to tell you is that custom desktop market is not big as you think.
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All I want to tell you is that custom desktop market is not big as you think.

Custom includes stuff you buy from newegg and also computer you buy from places like Origin.
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GTX 970 has nothing to do with AMD stock. GTX 970 is not even really good card...


All of this has nothing to do with Pascal.

Thanks for the clarification, I was wondering what happened to the Pascal thread.
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