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In Q4 1987, there we 24 companies shipping 3D graphics controllers (back then, these chips weren’t called GPUs). In 1996 there were 70 companies who either claim or were actually shipping 3D graphics hardware.

Today, there are only six companies that are offering GPUs to the industry and there is talk about how long a couple of them will last. It seems that, by the end of this year, we could be down to four suppliers of GPUs, which includes integrated GPUs or IGPs.

- 3Dfx Interactive
- 3Dlabs
- Acer
- Alliance
- AMD
- Appian
- ARK Logic
- ATI
- Chips & Technologies
- Chromatic
- Cirrus Logic
- Dynamic Pictures
- E&S
- HP
- IBM
- IGS
- Intel
- Intergraph
- ixMICRO
- LG Semicon
- Macronix
- Matrox
- Mitsubishi (VSIS)
- NEC
- Number Nine
- Nvidia
- Oak Technology
- Real 3D
- Rendition
- S3
- SGS-Thomson
- Sigma Designs
- SiS
- Texas Instruments
- Trident
- Tseng Labs
- Via
- VIA
- XGI

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Interesting. Huge recent drop for ATI.
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Interesting. Huge recent drop for ATI.
I'm willing to bet it is temporary. Once the HD4000s are out, nvidia may be up for a shock. I think the 8800GT made them very complacent.
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Interesting. Huge recent drop for ATI.
huge drop? I think you're looking at the graph backwards...
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huge drop? I think you're looking at the graph backwards...
Erm.. I think your looking at the graph backwards
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huge drop? I think you're looking at the graph backwards...
No he is correct.
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I'm willing to bet it is temporary. Once the HD4000s are out, nvidia may be up for a shock. I think the 8800GT made them very complacent.
http://forums.vr-zone.com/showthread.php?t=256538

Nvidia has answer to HD4000 and it is GT200

Nvidia doesn't talk a lot about their products unlike AMD

AMD exaggerate a lot. Just read what AMD said before they released Phenom and R600. Many people thought that phenom was going to be much faster than Intel products, and many people thought that R600 was going to be much faster than G80. Thats because AMD was exaggerating and lying all the time. Phenom and R600 where delayed many times and they performed much worse than people expected. I'm pretty sure that the same thing will happen for HD4000........
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I find it odd that i've never seen products from most of these companies
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Looks like Nvidia and Intel are doing quite well .
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I find it odd that i've never seen products from most of these companies
I feel old since I've used products from most of these companies
 
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