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The company's 52-week high roughly coincided with the March 2 launch of its new Ryzen line of desktop processors, which disappointed some gamers.
http://investorplace.com/2017/05/tuesday-vital-data-advanced-micro-devices-inc-amd-twitter-inc-twtr-tesla-inc-tsla/#.WQiOqWkrKUk

Gamers can move stock prices quite a bit it seems. Pretty shameful

Why is it shameful?
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What does AMD revenue has to do with them gaining 2% market share?

I do not see how it is remotely similar....

Market shares and company growth go hand in hand in this discussion.
     
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ZEN is not everything, AMD needs to get more mGPU desings out, and get back some of it's lost reputation. If Naples has good price/perf/power, it could be much easyer to sell than consumer market products.
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The thing about server market is that the most they'll be able to get to make a real impact is with HP. Dell/EMC are under contract with Intel to only use their chips in their servers from what I remember.
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The thing about server market is that the most they'll be able to get to make a real impact is with HP. Dell/EMC are under contract with Intel to only use their chips in their servers from what I remember.

Ehm no, the Dell R servers also have G34 socket boards.
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The company's 52-week high roughly coincided with the March 2 launch of its new Ryzen line of desktop processors, which disappointed some gamers.
http://investorplace.com/2017/05/tuesday-vital-data-advanced-micro-devices-inc-amd-twitter-inc-twtr-tesla-inc-tsla/#.WQiOqWkrKUk

Gamers can move stock prices quite a bit it seems. Pretty shameful
Gaming is one of the faster growing segments in the PC industry, gamers matter a lot honestly.

"One of the reasons that gaming is thriving is that it has so many segments. PC gaming is expected to grow at a rate of 6.3 percent per year through 2020. That is being driven by outstanding games such as Riot Games’ League of Legends and other popular action titles, said Chris Vollmer, a strategist in PwC’s global entertainment and media business, in an interview with GamesBeat."
https://venturebeat.com/2016/06/08/the-u-s-and-global-game-industries-will-grow-a-healthy-amount-by-2020-pwc-forecasts/

or this article: https://www.theverge.com/2015/9/7/9271463/lenovo-asus-acer-intel-pc-industry-ifa-2015

They were top results when I Googled "growing segments of the PC industry"
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It is under $12 now. I need to buy it at $5 lol
Its at $10.47 now, damn
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Gaming is one of the faster growing segments in the PC industry, gamers matter a lot honestly.

"One of the reasons that gaming is thriving is that it has so many segments. PC gaming is expected to grow at a rate of 6.3 percent per year through 2020. That is being driven by outstanding games such as Riot Games’ League of Legends and other popular action titles, said Chris Vollmer, a strategist in PwC’s global entertainment and media business, in an interview with GamesBeat."
https://venturebeat.com/2016/06/08/the-u-s-and-global-game-industries-will-grow-a-healthy-amount-by-2020-pwc-forecasts/

or this article: https://www.theverge.com/2015/9/7/9271463/lenovo-asus-acer-intel-pc-industry-ifa-2015

They were top results when I Googled "growing segments of the PC industry"
Its at $10.47 now, damn

I thought discrete GPU shipments are way down from their 2009 peak with a downward sloping trend line. So is all this gaming growth with PCs using integrated graphics?
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I thought discrete GPU shipments are way down from their 2009 peak with a downward sloping trend line. So is all this gaming growth with PCs using integrated graphics?


Yeah because people don't buy the low end garbage anymore, on board video is enough to run almost anything people want now, so there is no need for the majority of systems to have the GTX 920,30,40 in them.


I bet the shipments of the x70 x80 x80ti are way way up... I mean the 970 was the best selling card that Nvidia ever had supposedly.
 
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I thought discrete GPU shipments are way down from their 2009 peak with a downward sloping trend line. So is all this gaming growth with PCs using integrated graphics?

The guy above is right, but it's also integrated graphics displacing GPU shipments in OEM products and the like, you used to have to have a discrete card.

Also gaming can also be better for companies since they overprice enthusiast products margins are huge.
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Patience.

Quarter 1 only includes the first few weeks of Ryzen 7 availability. Keep in mind while Ryzen 7 is much cheaper than Intel CPUs with comparable core counts, its still by all means a high end CPU line with the cheapest CPU costing $330. In addition to that, its only available to buy as just a CPU and not as part of system integrators' preassembled computers. Ryzen 7 was never something AMD was looking at to make a large improvement in revenue. That is what Ryzen 5, 3, and Raven Ridge is for.
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