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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,...
Monday 19 August 2019
Motherboard, graphics card vendors to see shipments grow in 2H19
Thanks to seasonality and new products from Nvidia, AMD and Intel, motherboard and graphics card vendors, particularly Asustek Computer and Micro-Star International (MSI), are expected...
Wednesday 6 March 2019
Graphics card vendors under inventory pressure
With the dissipation of the cryptocurrency mining fad, graphics card players have begun cutting product prices in a bid to clear out excess inventory at the expense of profitability,...
Wednesday 13 February 2019
Taiwan cryptocurrency mining supply chain to see sales drop in 1Q19
Taiwan-based graphics card players, Nvidia and semiconductor players including Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), Global Unichip and Faraday Technology are expected...
Monday 19 November 2018
Motherboard, graphics card makers see bleak prospects for 1H19
Taiwan suppliers of motherboards and graphic cards are expected to see increasingly bleak business prospects through the first half of 2019, due to a spate of adverse factors emerging...
Thursday 15 November 2018
Intel to scale down processor shipments to DIY distributors in 4Q18
Intel will scale down its processor shipments to the PC DIY distributor market by as many as two million units in the fourth quarter of 2018, which may lead to a 10-20% decline in...
Friday 10 August 2018
TUL gearing up for blockckchain technology R&D
Taiwan-based TUL, specializing in AMD graphics cards, has announced a move to team up with National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST) and regtech (regulation &...
Wednesday 18 July 2018
Crypto mining supply chains see dim growth prospects for 2H18
Taiwan makers of mining graphic cards and motherboards will see their revenue and profit prospects for the second half of 2018 dimmed by the sustained crypto mining chill as demand...
Tuesday 19 June 2018
Graphic cards firms to see shipments fall on weak mining demand in 2H18
Taiwan suppliers of graphics cards are expected to see their shipments and profits continue trending downward in the second half of 2018 amid the sustained weakness in demand from...
Monday 11 June 2018
GPU, ASIC supply chains see dim prospects for crypto mining
Affected by the abrupt fading of crypto mining craze starting in April 2018, suppliers of mining graphic cards are plagued by increasingly high inventories, and players in the supply...
Tuesday 22 May 2018
Nvdia, AMD may see 2018 profits weakened by waning mining GPU demand
The abrupt waning of the crypto mining craze starting in April is expected to affect the profitability of major graphics card suppliers Nvidia and AMD from the second to fourth quarters...
Wednesday 25 April 2018
Taiwan graphic card makers to see shipments plunge 40% in April
Taiwan-based graphics card makers including Gigabyte Technology, Micro-Star International (MSI) and TUL are expected to see their shipments for April plunge over 40% on month, as...
Thursday 19 October 2017
Graphics card vendors upbeat about crytocurrency mining
As the values for some major cryptocurrencies continue rising and prolonging related graphics card demand, graphics card vendors, including Asustek Computer who was originally conservative...
Monday 16 October 2017
Worldwide gaming notebook shipments to reach 5.5 million units in 2017
Worldwide gaming notebook shipments are estimated to reach around 5.5 million units in 2017 with Micro-Star International (MSI) to account for 1.1-1.2 million units and Asustek 1.3...
Monday 28 June 2010
TUL expected to ship 2.2 million graphics cards in 2010
Shipments of graphics cards from Taiwan-based TUL (PowerColor) are expected to top 2.2 million units in 2010 compared to 1.4 million units shipped in 2009, according to industry so...