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Old 07-31-03, 06:22 PM   #13
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What sold very well is the 5200(an acceptable card for its price).We`re still having a little trouble getting the topend(5900 ultra) cards from NV. because yields are still not what was expected, but the situation is incomparably better than what it was with the 5800.As to marketshare modifications, it takes more than a product generation to become topdog on the market,market dynamics are not the same as the ones of websites, they are inertial, and mindshare is hard to gain.Granted, right now, ATI has a very good and complete product generation, but without maintaining the same trend for at least 1 more cycle, they`ll be back to square one.
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Nvidia is goin down the Sh*tter slowly but surely
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As an Nvidia owner, its good to see they were able to sell through the most DX9 cards, even though some aren't too kind to the NV3x line. More likely devs will want to optimize for Nvidia's shaders now with this news, IMO...
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Wow, ATI hardly made a dent in Nvidia's marketshare since the R300 was introduced!
Consumer stupidity is hard to overcome.
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As an Nvidia owner, its good to see they were able to sell through the most DX9 cards, even though some aren't too kind to the NV3x line. More likely devs will want to optimize for Nvidia's shaders now with this news, IMO...
I dont think devs need yahoo or xbit lab reports to decide to optimize for nvidia, i think nvidia is fully capable of going to the devs themselves


And isnt the low yields on the 5600, not the 5900?
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More market share numbers from Mercury Research to be published later.
What the hell does that mean? Rather vague I think. Maybe they will fill in more numbers and answers to your questions. I am sure Nvidia isn't concerned about this article, and doubt ATi will be either if it is untrue.

Funny though, someone suggested that Rage3D had different figures than X-Bit Labs does. Why wouldn't they, it's and ATi fan site...lmao.

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Well, when NVIDIA hacks their drivers to make the NV3x line look better than it is, what do you expect?

P.S. Just because ATI's revenue increased and NVIDIA's revenue decreased does not mean that ATI is gaining market share. In fact, it has almost nill to do with it. The xbit article basically answered that assertion, when it said that NVIDIA was willing to take profit loss to maintain their market share.
 
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[b]Interesting.... very interesting.

\*pun filter: off (Wish I had a Chartered Financial Analyst here to explain to me what changed in 4 days.) */pun filter: on

j/k *no pun intended
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Either I'm really missing something or you have no idea what pun means.
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Personally, i dont believe Xbit for one second. There is absolutly no way on earth that those numbers are even close to accurate.
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I don't think he ask too much of ATI.
This is the proof that all those bull**** some fanboys were telling - NV loosing marketshare bla.... is nothing but plain wrong.
I dont think you understand what you are reading. that is DX9 hardware Shipped in Q2. not Dx9 hardware SOLD in Q2. Not to mention a lot of it shipped really LATE.

Further the marketshare information from Q1 is not *Fanboy BS*. Ati gained 1%, and Nvidia Lost 2%.

I would like to remind everyone that the same sources for this information were claiming that ATi had *shipped 1 million R300's* litterally months before it was an actual reality.
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Pretty bad for ATI that they could not profit more from their 9 month lead. I haven't seen any semiconductor company gaining so little with such a massiv product line lead.
Even AMD did better in their Thunderbird times.


It was this I was replying to StealthHawk.

How come no one picked up on Digs giant hint dropping?

Sounds promising to me.

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The more i read this thread the more i see that most of you dont understand what the *reported* information is saying.

In Q2 Nvidia *SHIPPED* 60% of the Dx9 hardware. Which makes sense, they are really driving a lot of Dx9 Product and the lower end ATi cards are DX8.1 Not DX9.

But if this same information would have been presented over the last 2 Quarters with the same obvious *Spin* it is now, then ATi would have shipped 100%, and 99% of DX9 hardware. Does that mean then that Ati gained 60% or 99% of the market share?? NO, it means they *SHIPPED* that % of that type of hardware.

Also, You guys are completely ignoring the statement where the guy says Nvidia last Quarter was FLAT.

None of these statements have anything to do with actual Marketshare.
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