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    A lot has been said about the impending death of the dedicated GPU. If you look at the history of dedicated upgrade products for consumer PC technology, they all eventually reach the point of diminishing returns and then integration. However, while it is inevitable that the dedicated GPU will eventually disappear, its not going to happen in the next decade.

    Integration of computer technology only happens after the evolutionary process of reaching the point of diminishing returns on quality and performance is reached. We can see evidence of this with sound cards, video processing, and even monitors.

    What follows is a discussion on the future of 3D graphics. Is the GPU on its death bed? Will AMD, Intel, and Nvidia continue to be relevant? This is purely an opinion piece, but it is based on more than a decade of experience.
    Intesting article. I can't imagine any of the GPU makers disappearing because a new version of DirectX is released like every 2-3 years.

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    I'm reminded of a discussion about whether steaming movies will essentially replace the DVD or Blu-Ray. Most say that this won't happen for at least a good 10 to 15 years.

    Although, anything is possible. With the way the world moves these days, it wouldn't surprise me if we DID move on from dedicated GPUs in 10 years or so. When that time comes, I would expect a company like Nvidia merge themselves with Intel, or actually think about making their own CPUs. Yes, CPUs. Wow, that would be a trip.
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