AMD and Intel Increase Graphics Market Share, Nvidia Decline
Ryan Martin / 4 years ago
The latest figures from Jon Peddie Research show that AMD and Intel both gained ground in the overall graphics market at the expense of Nvidia. AMD increased their market share by 1.3%, Intel by 0.9% while Nvidia declined by 2.2%. The overall graphics market increased by 4.6% for quarter to quarter figures despite the PC market declining by 2.5% in the same period. These figures are generalised to include both discrete and integrated graphics solutions – hence why Intel is so large in terms of market share because every PC without a discrete graphics solution running an Intel processor uses Intel HD Graphics.
AMD’s shipments of desktop heterogeneous GPU/CPUs, i.e., APUs declined 9.6% from Q1 and increased an astounding 47.1% in notebooks. The company’s overall PC graphics shipments increased 10.9%.
Intel’s desktop processor-graphics EPG shipments decreased from last quarter by 1.4%, and Notebooks increased by 12.13%. The company’s overall PC graphics shipments increased 6.2%.
Nvidia’s desktop discrete shipments were down 8.9% from last quarter; and, the company’s mobile discrete shipments decreased 7.1%. The company’s overall PC graphics shipments declined 8.0%.
Year-to-year this quarter AMD overall PC shipments declined 15.8%, Intel dropped 12.9%, Nvidia declined 5.1%, and VIA fell 12.4% from last year.
Total discrete GPUs (desktop and notebook) were down 5.5% from the last quarter and were down 5.2% from last year for the same quarter due to the same problems plaguing the overall PC industry. Overall the trend for discrete GPUs is up with a CAGR to 2016 of -2.2%.
Ninety nine percent of Intel’s non-server processors have graphics, and over 67% of AMD’s non-server processors contain integrated graphics; AMD still ships IGPs.
Information from Jon Peddie Research, Image #1 courtesy of cultofmac.com and Image #2 courtesy of Jon Peddie Research