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GPU shipments have increased by 20% this quarter

GPU shipments have increased by 20% this quarter

GPU shipments have increased by 20% this quarter

GPU shipments have increased by 20% this quarter

 
According to data collected by Jon Peddie Research, GPU shipments have increased by 20.4% this quarter, with AMD, Intel and Nvidia all showing increased GPU shipments.  In JPR's quarterly report AMD was found to have shipped 15.38% more GPUs, with Intel shipping 17.70% more GPUs and Nvidia shipping 39.31% more GPUs than last quarter. 
 
Nvidia's massive increase in GPU sales is likely due to the release of their mobile series of Pascal GPUs, which offered some exceptionally high-performance enhancements when compared to their Maxwell Mobile products.   
 

In JPR's marketing data it was also shown that Discrete GPUs were used in 34.84% of PCs, which is up 7.06% compared to last quarter, showing an increase in demand for both gaming systems and workstation PCs which require GPU acceleration.   

 

GPU shipments have increased by 20% this quarter

 

Below is a table showcasing the change in GPU market share, which includes both integrated and discrete GPUs. Compared to last quarter AMD has decreased market share by 0.6% while Intel's market share has decreased by 1.6% with Nvidia gaining 2.2% market share. 

AMD's discrete desktop and laptop GPU sales are up 34.7% and 23.0% respectively when compared to last quarter, though AMD's APU shipments for notebooks were down 10%. In all AMD's GPU shipments were up 15.4% compared to last quarter. 

On the Nvidia side, desktop and notebook GPU sales were up 39.8% and 38.7% respectively, with total GPU shipments up 39.31% in total.  This is the largest amount of GPU sales that Nvidia have has in their history, explaining the companies share prices being at an all-time high. 

  

GPU shipments have increased by 20% this quarter  

AMD's loss in market share is a very misleading figure, as both companies have increased their GPU sales significantly. Nvidia's GPU sales increase has been astounding, though a lot of this success has been coming from the HPC market, rather than the PC gaming market. 

 

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16-11-2016, 12:46:00

NeverBackDown
Wonder what market AMD got most of it's sales from, since they just started getting back into serversQuote

16-11-2016, 15:59:09

Kushiro
Not surprising that the shipments have increased given the long overdue overhaul. Pascal is going to seem rather outdated soon enough though given its roots.Quote

17-11-2016, 06:20:25

barnsley
AMD's growth would have been better if they had actually released a 1070 competitor. Especially if it was a GPU as good as the RX480 is turning out to be.Quote

17-11-2016, 06:25:48

Warchild
AMDs growth may improve with this interest from Google and Machine Deep learning. Promising news.Quote
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