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Worldwide PC Gaming hardware Market Report Series

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  • Region: Global
  • Jon Peddie Research
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These reports provide the hardware TAM for Enthusiast, Performance, and Mainstream Gaming PCs, AIBs, and peripherals for major international regions and specific countries within these regions. This report includes data for 37 countries in seven regions delivered in Excel spreadsheets. The reports are a combination of top down and bottom up analysis. The Top-down portion of the report analyzes hardware based on AIB shipments and subsequent PC shipments from 2010 to 2014. It is also based on various macro financial analysis and growth rates. The Bottom-up portion is based on the strength of PC gaming in individual countries worldwide and also the type of gaming popular in various cultures. The Top-down portion is based on worldwide shipments of GPU's as well as some economic data. The Appendix offers a detailed step by step methodology and an architecture discussion.

For purchasers of the full set there is an additional summary report, and an extensive glossary of terms.

- Enthusiast PC Gaming Report

- Performance PC Gaming Report

- Mainstream PC Gaming Report

- All PC Gaming reports and summary

*This is a report bundle containing multiple titles
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*Enthusiast PC Gaming Report

Executive Summary
Methodology
Primary research for this report
Secondary research for this report
Definitions
Enthusiast segment
Performance segment
Mainstream segment
Value PC segment
About Jon Peddie Research
Introduction
After-Market Enthusiast AIBs
Additional Charts and Tables:
DIY Systems
Peripherals
System Configured Enthusiast Gaming PC’s
Additional Tables and Graphs:
Total Enthusiast PC Gaming Market
The Halo Effect
Conclusions
Appendix
Detailed Methodology
GPU architectures
Gaming PC architectures
Next generation architectures
Future architectures
Pixel Metrics
Graphics processors offer a higher ROI
How can you measure it?
Some examples
Case 1
Case 2
Case 3
Where are the Watts being spent?

Table of Figures

Figure 1: The Worldwide Enthusiast PC Gaming Hardware Market (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 2: Enthusiast After-Market GPUs for Gaming: Heading for Half a Billion (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 3: World Market for Enthusiast Gaming AIBs by Regions (Source: Jon Peddie Research)7
Figure 4: The Top Markets for Enthusiast After-Market Gaming AIBs (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 5: The Worldwide PC Gaming Enthusiast Peripheral Market by Region (Million $US., Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 6: Top Enthusiast PC Gaming System Configured Markets (Millions US). In spite of impressive growth in new markets, the U.S. remains the largest market for PC game systems. (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 7: Shifting Balance; Enthusiast PC Gaming Systems Regionally 2008 vs. 2012 (Millions US) (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 8: The Top Enthusiast PC Gaming Hardware Markets (Millions U.S., Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 9: Regional Breakdown of the Total Enthusiast PC Gaming Hardware Market (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 10: Halo Effect: The Influence of Brand Image in Relation to Gaming (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 11: Approximations of Various Processing Intensity Levels Required by Various Genre’s for Enthusiast Gaming PCs (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 12: Block diagram of ATI/AMD’s RV770 GPU (Source AMD)
Figure 13: Block diagram of Nvidia’s GTX 200 GPU (Source Nvidia)
Figure 14: AMD system boards with four AIBs (Source AMD)
Figure 15: Nvidia system board with three AIBs (source Nvidia)
Figure 16: Basic contemporary Intel PC architecture (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 17: Basic contemporary AMD PC architecture (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 18: Next generation Intel PC architecture (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 19: AMD’s hybrid PC architecture (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 20: Intel’s future co-processor Larrabee will accelerate some graphics functions (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 21: Comparison of a high end PC with IGP to a low end PC with graphics add-in board.31 Figure 22: Comparison of a high end PC with a high end AIB to a low end PC with a high end AIB
Figure 23: Comparison of a high end PC with a high end AIB to a midrange PC with midrange AIB

Table of Tables

Table 1: World Market for Enthusiast Gaming AIBs in millions of US dollars. The top six countries represent almost two thirds of world demand (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Table 2: The Enthusiast PC DIY Market by Region (Millions $US., Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Table 3: World Market Enthusiast Gaming PC’s Unit Equivalent Breakdown (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Table 4: The World Market for System Configured Enthusiast Gaming PCs (Millions US) (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Table 5: The World Market for Enthusiast Gaming PCs (Millions US) (Source: Jon Peddie Research)

*Performance PC Gaming Report

Executive Summary
Countries Examined
Methodology
Primary research for this report
Secondary research for this report
Definitions
Enthusiast segment
Performance segment
Mainstream segment
Value PC segment
About Jon Peddie Research
We Chase the Pixel
Introduction
After-Market Performance AIBs
Additional Charts and Tables:
DIY Systems
Peripherals
System Configured Performance Gaming PC’s
Additional Tables and Graphs:
Total Performance PC Gaming Market
The Halo Effect
Conclusions
Appendix
Detailed Methodology
GPU architectures
Gaming PC architectures
Next generation architectures
Future architectures
Pixel Metrics
Graphics processors offer a higher ROI
How can you measure it?
Some examples
Case 1
Case 2
Case 3
Where are the Watts being spent?
Table of Figures

Figure 1: The Worldwide Performance PC Gaming Hardware Market (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 2: Performance After-Market GPUs for Gaming: Heading for a billion (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
igure 3: After-Market Performance AIB Gaming Influence Factor Grows Significantly (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 4: The Top Markets for Performance After-Market Gaming AIBs (CAGR in Legend, Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 5: The Worldwide PC Gaming Performance Peripheral Market by Region (Million $U.S., Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 6: Figure Performance Gaming PC Systems: Asia/Pacific Region Leads the World (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 7: Top Performance PC Gaming System Configured Markets (Millions U.S.,(Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 8: The Top Total Performance PC Gaming Hardware Markets (Millions U.S., (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 9:Regional Breakdown of the Total Performance PC Gaming Hardware Market (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 10: Halo Effect: The Influence of Brand Image in Relation to Gaming (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 11: Military/Industrial Styling is popular with both gamers and non-gamers.
Figure 12: Approximations of Various Processing Intensity Levels Required by Various Genre’s for Performance Gaming PCs (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 13: Block diagram of ATI/AMD’s RV770 GPU (Source AMD)
Figure 14: Block diagram of Nvidia’s GTX 200 GPU (Source Nvidia)
Figure 15: AMD system boards with four AIBs (Source AMD)
Figure 16: Nvidia system board with three AIBs (source Nvidia)
Figure 17: Basic contemporary Intel PC architecture (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 18: Basic contemporary AMD PC architecture (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 19: Next generation Intel PC architecture (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 20: AMD’s hybrid PC architecture (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 21: Intel’s future co-processor Larrabee will accelerate some graphics functions (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 22: Comparison of a high end PC with IGP to a low end PC with graphics add-in board.
Figure 23: Comparison of a high end PC with a high end AIB to a low end PC with a high end AIB
Figure 24: Comparison of a high end PC with a high end AIB to a midrange PC with midrange AIB

Table of Tables

Table 1: The World Market for After-Market Performance Gaming AIBs(Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Table 2: The Performance PC DIY Market by Region (Millions $U.S., Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Table 3: The World Market for System Configured Performance Gaming PCs (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Table 4: Performance PC Gaming System Configured Regions (Millions U.S.,(Source: Jon Peddie Research)

*Mainstream PC Gaming Report

Executive Summary
Countries examined
Methodology
Primary research for this report
Secondary research for this report
Definitions
Enthusiast segment
Performance segment
Mainstream segment
Value PC segment
About Jon Peddie Research
We Chase the Pixel Introduction
Mainstream AIBs
Additional Charts and Tables:
DIY Systems
Peripherals
System Configured Mainstream Gaming PC’s
Additional Tables and Graphs:
The Global Market for Mainstream Gaming PCs 2008 vs. 2012
Total Mainstream PC Gaming Market
The Halo Effect
Conclusions
Appendix
Detailed Methodology
GPU architectures
Gaming PC architectures
Next generation architectures
Future architectures
Pixel Metrics
Graphics processors offer a higher ROI
How can you measure it?
Some examples
Case 1
Case 2
Case 3
Where are the Watts being spent?

Table of Figures

Figure 1: The Worldwide Mainstream PC Gaming Hardware Market (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 2: Declining Mainstream AIBs (millions of unit equivalents, Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 3: Increasing Purchase Motivation influenced by Gaming helps stem the tide of Mainstream AIB TAM Decline. But the writing is on the wall and this market will eventually evaporate. (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 4: The Top Markets for Mainstream After Market Gaming AIBs (CAGR in Legend, (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 5: The Worldwide PC Gaming Performance Peripheral Market by Region (Million $U.S., Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 6: Figure Mainstream PC Gaming Unit Equivalent Comparison China vs. U.S. (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 7: Figure Top Mainstream PC Gaming System Configured Markets (Millions U.S., Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 8: The Global Market for Mainstream Gaming PCs 2008 (Source: Jon Peddie Research)16
Figure 9: The Global Market for Mainstream Gaming PCs 2012 (Source: Jon Peddie Research)16
Figure 10: Top Total Mainstream PC Gaming Hardware Markets (Millions U.S., Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 11: Regional Breakdown of the Total Mainstream PC Gaming Hardware Market (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 12: Halo Effect: The Influence of Brand Image in Relation to Gaming (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 13: Approximations of Various Processing Intensity Levels Required by Various Genre’s for Mainstream Gaming PCs (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 14: Block diagram of ATI/AMD’s RV770 GPU (Source AMD)
Figure 15: Block diagram of Nvidia’s GTX 200 GPU (Source Nvidia)
Figure 16: AMD system boards with four AIBs (Source AMD)
Figure 17: Nvidia system board with three AIBs (source Nvidia)
Figure 18: Basic contemporary Intel PC architecture (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 19: Basic contemporary AMD PC architecture (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 20: Next generation Intel PC architecture (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 21: AMD’s hybrid PC architecture (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 22: Intel’s future co-processor Larrabee will accelerate some graphics functions (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 23: Comparison of a high end PC with IGP to a low end PC with graphics add-in board.13 Figure 24: Comparison of a high end PC with a high end AIB to a low end PC with a high end AIB
Figure 25: Comparison of a high end PC with a high end AIB to a midrange PC with midrange AIB

Table of Tables

Table 1: Table The Top World Market for Mainstream Gaming AIBs(Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Table 2: The Performance PC DIY Market by Region (Millions $U.S., Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Table 3: The Top World Markets for System Configured Mainstream Gaming PCs (Source: Jon Peddie Research)
Table 4: System Configured Mainstream Gaming PCs by Region (Source: Jon Peddie Research)

*All PC Gaming reports and summary

Executive Summary
Methodology
Primary research for this report
Secondary research for this report
Definitions
Enthusiast segment
Performance segment
Mainstream segment
Value PC segment
About Jon Peddie Research
Introduction
Regional Breakdown
Top Country Breakdown
Processing Intensity Levels

Table of Figures

Figure 1: The Total PC Gaming Hardware Market by Region (Source Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 2: The Total PC Gaming Hardware Market by Sector (Millions $US, (Source Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 3: The Total PC Gaming Hardware Market by Sector in 2008 (Millions $US, (Source Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 4: The Total PC Gaming Hardware Market by Sector for 2012 (Millions $US, (Source Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 5: The Asia Pacific region benefits from entrenched PC Gaming cultures in addition to emerging markets. (Source Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 6: With lower asp’s, massive population base, and economic growth the Asia/Pacific region dominates the market on a unit equivalent basis. (Source Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 7: Asia/Pacific region leads the after-market AIB sales motivated by gaming for the obvious reasons, in addition to a populace willing and able to DIY and upgrade as long as possible. (Source Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 8: On a unit equivalent basis the Asia/Pacific region consumes the most after-market AIB’s motivated by gaming. (Source Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 9: Total Enthusiast PC Gaming Hardware Market in millions $US. The United States dominates this area with a size comparable to the next three top markets. Note the strength of Germany in the Enthusiast sector. (Source Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 10: Total Performance PC Gaming Hardware Market in millions $US. (Source Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 11: Total Mainstream PC Gaming Hardware market in million $US – note the growth in India and Russia (Source Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 12: Enthusiast PIL (Source Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 13: Performance PIL (Source Jon Peddie Research)
Figure 14: Mainstream PIL (Source Jon Peddie Research)
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