Intel Remains Dominant in Growing GPU Market, Claims 50% Market Share



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I'm sorry.What does this have to do with Intel's 50% market penetration with their integrated graphics?



their processors are doing well right now. Intel will put notebooks having their processors with their chipsets. 50% of the market then is stuck with crappy intel integrated graphics.



Intel also leads the charge in the desktop sector as well.  Apparently, there are a lot of builders/buyers content with "crappy Intel integrated graphics" over budget add-in cards.



"crappy integrated graphics" is exactly right. thats the reason my vista pc sucked so bad when i first got it was because of the "crappy integrated graphics". but hence the average user that buys this stuff is usually just looking for a porn box so it doesnt matter.

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