- AMD is losing market share in graphics cards.
- Nvidia is strengthening its leadership position.
AMD is losing GPU market share to increasingly powerful Nvidia. The latest report on the graphics card sector prepared by the company John Pedy Research Refers to the growing popularity of “green” equipment.
According to analysts, in the second quarter of 2021 AMD continued its trend of losing market share, taking advantage of competition from Intel and Nvidia. At the end of that period the figure was 16.48% while at the same time it was 17.65%. At the expense of AMD and Intel, Nvidia grew from 63.51% twelve months ago to 68.29% at the end of last quarter.
The chart below illustrates the situation well. It should be noted that the specified results apply to all GPUs – dedicated (PCs and laptops), integrated and those landing at workstations. Absolutely this one The sector grew by 3.4% compared to the previous quarter and by 37% compared to the same period of 2020. The question remains, how many of these increases are there for players, and how many “miners” of addictive cryptocurrencies are in bulk.
Chart source: https://www.jonpeddie.com/press-releases/gpu-shipments-soar-in-q2-year-over-year.
The data presented should come as no surprise. More or less overlap with steam scan, which gives us a fairly reliable insight into players’ hardware empathy. Her latest results show it Nvidia’s RTX 3090 is owned by more people than all of the AMD Radeon RX 6000 series cards.
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