Q2 of 2011 saw a decent 16.1 million discrete GPUs shipped worldwide according to the latest figures from Jon Peddie Research. This is a 15.2% drop from the 19.03 million recorded in the previous quarter. The drops in market share didn't faze NVIDIA or AMD and their respective shares. AMD gained 0.1% from 40.5 to 40.6% in Q2 2011, seeing an 0.8% drop for year-on-year growth. The green team, NVIDIA, saw a 0.1% decrease from 59.1 to 59.1%, with a 1.1% increase year-on-year.
JPR expects a huge 33% drop in discrete graphics shipments for the entire year because of the increase in performance in integrated graphics thanks to AMD and Intel.
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