Graphics card demand to increase in Q2 2008

Posted on Tuesday, Oct 30 2007 @ 10:00 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Graphics card makers expect demand for graphics cards will receive a boost in the second quarter of 2008:
With Windows Vista SP1 and more DirectX 10-based games scheduled to launch in 2008, demand for DirectX 10-based graphics cards should see a boost, noted the sources.

Additionally, 20 and 22-inch widescreen monitors should become mainstream products in 2008, pushing the average monitor resolution up to 1680×1050. This could cause users with integrated graphics to upgrade for better performance, added the sources.

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