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NVIDIA & Intel GPU Market Share Elevated Whereas AMD Declined In Q2 2021, GPU Shipments Hit 37% Progress Yr-Over-Yr

The most recent GPU market report for the second quarter of 2021 has been published by JPR, displaying each Intel and NVIDIA rising their respective market share whereas AMD declined.

NVIDIA’s Discrete GPU Market Share Climbed To 83% Versus AMD’s 17% In Q2 2021, Each Intel & NVIDIA GPU Market Shipments Elevated

In accordance with JPR (Jon Peddie Analysis), PC GPU shipments reached 123 million models in Q2 2021. The market shipments elevated 3.4% sequentially and 37% yr over yr whereas CPU shipments additionally noticed a significant uptick of 42% from the earlier yr. The analysis agency believes that the GPU market will proceed to develop at a compound annual progress price of three.5% from 2020 until 2025 and can attain a complete of three,318 million models by the top of the forecast interval.

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Fast highlights

  • The GPU’s general connect price (which incorporates built-in and discrete GPUs, desktop, pocket book, and workstations) to PCs for the quarter was 117%, down -0.1% from final quarter.
  • The general PC CPU market elevated by 3.5% quarter-to-quarter and elevated 42.1% year-to-year.
  • Desktop graphics add-in boards (AIBs that use discrete GPUs) decreased by -2.9% from the final quarter.
  • This quarter noticed a 3.4% rise in pill shipments from final quarter.

As for the vendor-specific shipments in Q2 2021, Intel led the GPU phase with a 68.29% share (up from 68.18% final quarter). NVIDIA adopted with a slight enhance in its general GPU share that at present holds regular at 15.23% (up from 15.17% final quarter) whereas AMD’s GPU share declined to 16.48% (down from 16.65% final quarter). General GPU shipments elevated by 3.4% from the final quarter with AMD shipments rising by 2.3%, Intel shipments rising by 3.6% and NVIDIA’s shipments rising by 3.8%.

In a yr like no different, suppliers reported shortages of element components, capacitors, substrates, and different gadgets. Even corporations with a various portfolio had been pressured to allocate to the varied segments they served. Nobody was pleased about it, and sadly, the upcoming stock build-out for the vacation season that often takes place within the third quarter can be constrained till the availability chain catches up with demand.

through JPR

Do word that the figures talked about above embrace all GPUs (iGPUs / dGPUs). NVIDIA and AMD are at present the one two main corporations providing discrete graphics playing cards however Intel goes to comply with quickly with its new ARC graphics card lineup hitting retail in Q1 2022. As for the discrete GPU share, NVIDIA’s market share elevated to 83% (up from 81% final quarter) whereas AMD’s share declined to 17% (down from 19% final quarter).

Q2’20 Q1’21 Q2’21
AMD 20% 19% 17%
NVIDIA 80% 81% 83%
PC dGPU cargo market shares

NVIDIA has managed to allocate its sources to ramp up the manufacturing of Ampere GPUs featured within the GeForce RTX 30 collection graphics playing cards whereas AMD is having a troublesome time as a consequence of constraints on TSMC’s 7nm node which is being wolfed up by different merchandise from AMD and rivals. It appears like the next quarters main into 2022 would stay largely the identical as hinted by NVIDIA’s CEO, Jensen Huang.