Lest ye forgot, the graphics-card wars are still a-ragin'. CPU maker Intel is still number one overall, with 38.7% marketshare, and they're making crazy gains in the laptop market as well, according to a fresh report. Is it because Intel is better, or just a more convenient choice for OEMs and shoppers? However there is some good news for GeForce fans, as Nvidia has finally beaten Intel. (At least for the quarter. And only in desktops.)
I don't have the dramatic chops to pull off a Spaceballs/Billy Madison/Blackballed physical challenge video depicting an Nvidia GeForce card knocking the crap out of an integrated Intel processor, like my good friend Brian Lam did with New Flame-Job Optimus Prime and anything he could find in his apartment. Instead, I will report the latest neck-and-neck results from John Peddie Research, and let you argue about the justice, or injustice, of the current marketplace, and see how well AMD and VIA are doing as well.