The latest report by Jon Peddie Research (JPR) market analysts reveals a major achievement by AMD. The company increased its shipments by 9.85% in the last quarter, thus managing to beat Nvidia in market share over this period.
AMD had not been ahead of Nvidia in five years. The last time this happened in the third quarter of 2014. This market share represents shipments in all types of computer graphics, including those in processors where Nvidia does not have a large market presence.
During this period, 76.7 million units were sent in total. This is a decrease of 8.93 million units over the same period last year, which shows us a negative market year-over-year.
Quick summary of this data
- AMD shipments increased 9.85% over last quarter. Intel's were down 1.44%, and Nvidia's down 0.04%;
- The PC market grew 9.25% over the last quarter, and 3.07% over the same period last year.
During this period Nvidia launched its Super graphics. Given that your shipments have not risen, it can be considered that adherence to this new line would not have been as expected by the manufacturer.
Nvidia likes to be ahead of AMD, so these numbers can only be good news for the consumer. With Nvidia looking to get back to the forefront of this “war”, we can only hope for greater competence in its upcoming products.
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