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Thursday, October 07, 2004
ATI: PCIe graphics cards to account for 25% of graphics card market by year-end


According to DigiTimes, ATI Technologies has revised its forecast, and the Canada-based graphics-processor maker now expects PCI Express (PCIe)-enabled graphics cards to account for 25% of the global graphics card market by year-end.

PCIe-enabled graphics cards currently account for less than 10% of graphics card sales in the channel. However, 25-30% of new desktop PCs shipped by PC OEMs include PCIe graphics cards, the sources noted.


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