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ASUS and Gigabyte likely to drop mobo prices in Q4 2014

Posted on Monday, September 22 2014 @ 13:07:36 CEST by


DigiTimes reports neither ASUS nor Gigabyte are on track to achieve their Q3 2014 motherboard shipment goals due to weak demand in China. The site's sources claim ASUS and Gigabyte are expected to each ship around 5.6 million motherboards this quarter, roughly 3 percent less than the company's goal.

As a result of the lower-than-anticipated motherboard shipments, but firms are expected to get more aggressive in capturing marketshare from smaller players in the final quarter of this year. This means the motherboard price war is expected to grow even fiercer.
Neither Asustek Computer nor Gigabyte Technology is likely to be able to achieve their 5.8 million motherboard shipment targets for the third quarter, as demand in China remains weak and the retail channel's orders ahead of China's National Day holidays have been also worse than those of previous years, according market sources.

Asustek and Gigabyte are expected to ship around 5.6 million motherboards each in the third quarter, the sources said.

The two motherboard players originally expected Intel's new Haswell Refresh processors, 9 series chipsets and K series processors to trigger a replacement trend and help boost their sales in the second half.




 



 

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