Well, funny enough OEM don't seem to care that much what their customers want..probably busy checking if the check has arrived.Is there some more holistic quantification here, because according statista, AMD market share for x86 from Q1 '17 to Q2 '19 moved just 5%, intel did the same from Q1 '14 to Q4 '15; difference being that intel has maintained over 75% market share since Q2 '14, and over 70% well before then. AMD market share puts it back where it was in Q2 '15; thru Q2 '19 anyway. But even this is just another survey. So outside the practically anectodal , is there a significant market share shift based on hard data?
Yes profit margin is higher on higher end AMD CPUS and GPUs but the sales are there so they aren't that profitable. Vega has been a massive flop for them.Actually... the MOST profit comes from high-end products. Mark-up is generally far higher on those. Why do you think Threadripper costs so much?
Lol... I was stating that his ARGUMENT - "There is no rivalry in the discrete GPU market "
was correct... the reasons for it were heavy-handed, (I disagreed with that part), but I stand by the POINT - which you apparently are wilfully missing.
Before you continue trolling, answer the question: Does AMD actually rival Nvidia?
And that’s why Nvidia is wiping the floor with them... they can sell all their high end GPUs for pretty much whatever they please - if AMD can ever compete at the high end again, we might actually see a high end GPU under $1000 ...Yes profit margin is higher on higher end AMD CPUS and GPUs but the sales are there so they aren't that profitable. Vega has been a massive flop for them.
Ok let me explain this with some other questions...Lol... While amstech might have been heavy-handed in his comment, there's really not much of an argument against it.
Can anyone explain why Nvidia has such a dominating market share while still arguing that the AMD cards are actually their equals (or superiors)?
The argument of "name recognition" doesn't hold water - otherwise why do they have such traction in the CPU market? Intel is a bigger company and name than Nvidia!