Entry Graphics Moves Towards IGP

"With entry-level graphics card sales down, vendors are turning towards integrated solutions"

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Entry Graphics Moves Towards IGP
 
The market for entry-level discrete graphics cards is growing smaller by the minute. It is slowly being taken over by integrated graphics solutions, which have greatly improved over the years. Thus, a number of graphic card manufacturers have turned to selling motherboards with IGP chips, including PowerColor (Tul), XFX, Sapphire, BFG, Gainward, Inno3D, Galaxy and Zotac.
 
Obviously, it wouldn't be too practical for them to suddenly turn around and bust out these new motherboards, so we have seen an increase in OEM orders. Most have gone to J&W Technology, Palit and Jetway.
 
How will these new players fight it out for the slim pickings that is the entry-level motherboard market?
 
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23-07-2008, 02:10:35

WC Annihilus
"Intel is really ramping up the pressure on AMD"

Read on

23-07-2008, 04:26:21

PP Mguire
This makes me want to buy an e8400.

23-07-2008, 04:32:59

TonyG
This is making me consider changing from AMD to Intel with these prices. Only think is what one to go for?

23-07-2008, 07:13:25

chudley
Forever tempting the upgrade that I don't REALLY need.

23-07-2008, 07:21:42

Hassan
Me wants to buy Q6600, but it doesn't impress me at all, so no buying then

23-07-2008, 21:36:38

PP Mguire
I wouldnt get a quad. Id go for the raw 4ghz power of an OCed 8400.

24-07-2008, 00:37:26

gotmaxpower
My E8400 settles nicely at 3.8GHz on stock voltages. I'm happy with it so far.
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