This chart is not accurate. Intel is doing very well because vast majority of its CPUs comes with integrated GPU.Intel's doing well.
AMD appears to be in a grey area, of sorts.
Nvidia looks like a, 'yes, but actually no' scenario.
Impossibruh, plug a monitor into the mobo and the igpu will be detected by bios/windows if it's enabled.and the Intel Graphics 630 on those chips can't be utilized on my motherboard.
There is no video output on the motherboard. This is pretty standard on gaming desktops.Impossibruh, plug a monitor into the mobo and the igpu will be detected by bios/windows if it's enabled.
On win 8 you could make a virtual connection to enable the iGPU,
Apparently it's still there in windows 10 but it doesn't show up for me personally so I don't know.Preface: To preface this quickly quick sync is a technology that allows you to use your igpu to enconde the data of the stream. It means quad core cpus and even i3 dual cores can stream easily now with no performance hit. Makes shadow play look like a toy in comparison. Only works on intel cpus w...linustechtips.com
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That is not standard at all. That is HP being an anti-consumer dick.There is no video output on the motherboard. This is pretty standard on gaming desktops.
This is why there are the additional charts show AIB sales. Intel doesn't compete there (yet, probably not really going to compete much with Xe Graphics either -- at least with Gen1 Xe), so all sales of dedicated cards are strictly AMD vs. Nvidia.It's also misleading because a significant number of the "AMD GPUs" and "Intel GPUs" are never utilized as such. My Omen desktop came with a 9600k (not kf), and I upgraded to a 9900k (cheaper than the kf at the time), and the Intel Graphics 630 on those chips can't be utilized on my motherboard. However, for accounting purposes, that goes down as two "Intel GPU" sales.