Last quarter, AMD GPU shipments increased by 4.7%, while Nvidia GPU shipments decreased by 2.2%

In general, the supply of graphics processors has decreased in annual terms by 15%

The experts of analytical company Jon Peddie Research (JPR) have prepared a report relating to the world market of graphics processing units (GPU) for PCs. According to their calculations, GPU shipments in the fourth quarter of 2021 amounted to 101 million units, having decreased in annual terms by 15%, while PC central processing unit shipments in annual terms decreased by 21%.

AMD's share of the GPU market increased 0.7% from the previous quarter, Intel's share decreased 0.1%, and Nvidia's share decreased 0.60%. Distribution of the market by quarter is shown on the diagram.

Last quarter, AMD GPU shipments increased by 4.7%, while Nvidia GPU shipments decreased by 2.2%

GPU shipments increased 0.8% quarter over quarter. AMD increased shipments by 4.7%, Intel increased shipments by 0.6% and Nvidia decreased shipments by 2.2%.

Analysts expect GPU shipments to grow at an average annual rate of 4.5% from 2020 to 2025.

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