JPR’s latest GPU market share report shows that AMD is gaining ground. The latest report gives details on the third quarter of this year, showing a slight advance of Radeon graphics over Nvidia in 2020.
First of all, it should be noted that the shipment of PC GPUs in the third quarter increased by 10% compared to the previous quarter. All this in the midst of a pandemic that continues to sweep across the world. Gamers seem to be investing in components and upgrades for their PCs more than ever.
Nvidia graphics cards occupy a dominant position with a 77% market share for discrete GPUs. Radeon RX graphics cards from AMD increased sales slightly in the same period, although they were lower than in the same period last year.
In the total GPU count in the world, Nvidia has a 62% share, while AMD rose to 19%. In the same quarter last year, AMD had a 16% share and AMD had 65%. This means that AMD is slowly regaining market share, eating some of the Nvidia pie. Intel has remained at 19% unaltered.
According to the report, GPU manufacturers increased their sales by 18.7% for AMD graphics, 10.8% for GeForce graphics and 7.8% for Intel compared to the previous quarter. So AMD increased its share slightly.
“The AIB market reached $ 14.8 billion last year,” said Dr. Jon Peddie. “We forecast it to be $ 20.3 billion by 2023. Intel entered the OEM AIB market in the fourth quarter of 2020. The company will introduce a consumer AIB in the second quarter of 2021. Since 1981, they have been sent 2,077 million AIBs. “