TR reader Peter C. pointed me to an interesting report suggesting that NVIDIA's share of the standalone graphics card market dipped to 37% in the third quarter 200417% lower than the same quarter last year. In the same period, ATI's market share jumped from 45% to 59%.
Given the GeForce FX family's less-than-enthusiastic reception, it's not surprising to see ATI's market share surge at NVIDIA's expense. With high-volume mid-range and low-end GeForce 6 series cards only beginning to become available, it may take some time for NVIDIA to wrestle market share back from ATI.
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