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Thursday 2 September 2021
Mobo and graphics card makers to see sales slow down in 2H21
Taiwan-based motherboard and graphics card makers including Asustek Computer, Micro-Star International (MSI) and Gigabyte Technology are likely to see their sales slow down in the...
Tuesday 17 August 2021
Mobo and graphics card makers remain upbeat
Despite a rapid slowdown in cryptomining demand, Taiwan-based motherboard and graphics card makers remain upbeat about their sales outlook for the second half of this year and 2022,...
Wednesday 14 July 2021
Graphics card sales to slow down in 3Q21
Graphics card sales will be slowing down in the third quarter of 2021, as prices start to drop and end-market demand decelerates, according to industry sources.
Thursday 10 June 2021
Mobo and graphics card makers to enjoy handsome profits in 1H21
Taiwan-based motherboard and graphics card makers are poised to generate handsome profits in the first half of 2021, and may see profits for the year hit record highs, according to...
Wednesday 9 June 2021
Notebook, graphics card makers see strong May
Taiwan-based notebook and graphics card makers have reported strong sales for May and are poised to enjoy a strong second-quarter 2021.
Tuesday 18 May 2021
Gigabyte posts record 1Q21 profit
Motherboard and graphics card maker Gigabyte Technology saw its net profits hike 150% sequentially to a record high of NT$2.76 billion (US$98.1 million) in the first quarter of 2021,...
Friday 14 May 2021
Taiwan makers to see mobo shipments fall 10-15% in 2Q21
Taiwan-based makers are expected to continue to enjoy strong shipments of graphics cards in the second quarter of 2021, but will see their motherboard sales decline 10-15% sequentially,...
Wednesday 31 March 2021
Graphics card supply to remain constrained
Graphics card makers expect their supply to remain constrained through the end of this year, due to shortages of chips and components, and are encouraged to raise their prices.
Thursday 18 March 2021
Taiwan graphics card makers to see profits surge in 2021
Taiwan-based graphics card makers including Asustek Computer, Gigabyte Technology and Micro-Star International (MSI) are expected to generate handsome profits in 2021, thanks to pandemic-driven...
Monday 8 March 2021
Shipments of graphic cards, mobos to stay in high gear in 1H21
Shipments of gaming notebooks, graphic cards and motherboards are expected to remain in high gear at least in the first half of the year, mainly propelled by the growing cryptomining...
Thursday 25 February 2021
MOSFET prices poised to rise on worsening shortages
Prices for MOSFET chips are set to rise significantly in the months ahead thanks to worsening shortages arising from persistently tight 8-inch foundry capacity and rapid increases...
Tuesday 29 December 2020
Notebook, mobo and graphics card makers to embrace bright prospects for 1H21
Taiwan-based makers of notebooks, motherboards and graphics cards are expected to see a strong first-half 2021, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to drive demand for these devices...
Wednesday 11 November 2020
Strong Chromebook sales boost Acer, Asustek revenues
Acer and Asustek Computer both saw impressive gains in their sales during the first 10 months of 2020, buoyed by strong Chromebook sales.
Thursday 29 October 2020
Graphics card brands to see shrinking 4Q20 sales due to Nvidia card shortages
Motherboard and graphics card manufacturers may see their revenue growth in the fourth quarter of 2020 constrained by the tight supply of Nvidia's GeForce RTX 30 series, according...
Tuesday 13 October 2020
Mobo and graphics card brands see robust 2020
Taiwan-based motherboard and graphics card brands are set to post impressive sales and profit results for 2020.
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