As market analyst Jon Peddie Research ( JPR ) revealed, AMD has shipped more than 553 million graphics cards since 2013. Although the analyst indicates that the company loses, logically, to Nvidia or Intel (due to iGPUs), the numbers of these companies were not really disclosed to give us an idea of the power of each and the growth they present in front of to AMD.
Distributing the data, of the 553 million graphics sent, 36% were dedicated graphics cards; another 35% arrived in the form of integrated graphics in the APUs, and 29% of consoles.
What was indicated is that, in 2019, 52% of the GPUs shipped were high-end, which presented a market valued at almost 18,000 million dollars, 31% was mid-range and the remaining 17% of range input. Knowing the market trend, it is easy to assume that Nvidia copied the high-end market while AMD made more noise in the mid-high range thanks to its graphics based on the RDNA architecture; in the low range thanks to the reduction of prices and incorporation of gift sets.
It is also indicated that the growth of AMD is also due to being the hardware supplier of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (29%) and that these numbers will continue to grow also being present on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, for not talking about the future agreement between AMD and Samsung to bring their RDNA2 graphics architecture to mobile devices by 2021, so growth will be even higher by 2021, as the company’s graphics could bring hundreds of millions of smartphones to life. , so it is to be expected the highest growth in recent years.