Nvidia increased GPU shipments this quarter while AMD and Intel both down

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It’s been a strange year for graphics card sales. The entire tech world has massive chip shortages, and GPUs have been hit hard amid crypto and the pandemic. We are seeing prices continuing to climb, thanks to a demand that cannot be met by current supply.

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Because of all this, market reports this year have been quite interesting, well, for market reports, at least. John Peddie Research (via) videocardz) recently released its latest report on GPU growth and shipments for the third quarter. It measures both integrated and discrete cards, and the figures are certainly indicative of these interesting times.

When it comes to overall market share, Intel dropped 6.2%, while AMD climbed 1.4% and Nvidia climbed 4.86% last quarter. This still puts Intel ahead of 62% of the market share. Nvidia and AMD are slightly more similar, holding 20% ​​and 18% respectively.

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But GPU shipments have declined significantly from the last quarter, beating the general trend. Overall they are down -18.2%. Intel’s shipments were down -25.6% and AMD’s decreased by 11.4%. Nvidia, on the other hand, grew shipments by 8% in the quarter.

Owners of both Nvidia and Intel have expressed doubts that this problem is going to get much better any time soon. AMD, on the other hand, is quite optimistic. Other companies are expecting it to last until the first half of 2023, but that’s all speculation for now.

Such a drop in the third quarter is indeed unusual, given that the 10-year average is -5.2%. But we’re in unusual times, where we’ve also put together a guide to help you get a graphics card.

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