John Peddy Research (JPR) It was published The complete GPU market share report for Q3 2022 covering AMD, Intel and NVIDIA GPUs. A few days ago we reported the full GPU market share report, but today we’re specifically talking about individual GPU numbers that are as tough as the full PC share report.
Despite declining GPU shipments, NVIDIA gains significant market share in discrete GPUs while AMD slips into single digits
In Q3 2022, total PC GPU shipments fell -25.1% (YoY). Of that, desktop graphics decreased by -15.43% and notebook graphics decreased by -30%. This was called “the biggest drop since the 2009 correction” by Jon Peddie himself. Learn more about overall GPU market share.
So, when it comes to discrete GPU market share figures, the report shows that dGPU shipments fell to 14 million units from 24 million units a year earlier. That’s a -41.6% drop, which is huge given that Q3 is typically the strongest growth quarter for his PCs. During this quarter, NVIDIA increased his market share to 88%. This is a record number and AMD’s market share has dropped to his single digit figure of just 8%. Intel was able to pretty much hold onto its 4% share, with a solid 4-5% increase year-over-year, although he was down 1% from the previous quarter.
Thanks to the cryptocurrency boom, the market saw a huge increase in GPU shipments in just two years, but has been on a downward trend since then. Currently, the number has fallen before 100 million units have been shipped, and if you break it down, you can see that almost all segments are down. Separate shipments of desktops and notebooks experienced a landslide decline, but combined desktop and notebook shipments remained stable and in line with the previous year.
Looking at individual desktop and notebook GPU share stats, the desktop side performed slightly better with a slight increase from 26 million last quarter to 28 million this quarter. The notebook side saw the biggest drop from shipments of 58 million last quarter and 48 million this quarter.
Again, the desktop discrete GPU market fell to just 7 million from 10 million last quarter and 13 million last year. Meanwhile, desktop integrated GPU shipments increased from 15% (Q/Q) and 20% (Y/Y) to 21 million units in Q3 2022. Currently, total PC iGPU shipments are around 62 million units, while PC dGPU shipments are around 14 million units.
Shipments, Segments, Vendor Shares (Credit: JPR)
GPU Shipments by Segment and Platform (Unit: Millions) (Credit: JPR)
Both AMD and NVIDIA are looking to clear their last-gen GPU inventory to make room for their next-gen GPUs. NVIDIA has launched his two next-generation products, the GeForce RTX 4090 and RTX 4080, which are positioned in the ultra-enthusiast segment with a price tag of over US$1,200.the green team We’ve shipped over 150,000 RTX 40 GPUs to date, but one of the two GPUs has failed to engage viewers well.With the 40-series mainstream cards a few months away from now, the company is re-spinning the mainstream 3060 and 3070-series cards with slightly better specs and promotions to replenish the old RTX 30-series inventory. I’m trying to get rid of the
AMD, on the other hand, has done the same thing, but the ASP of its NVIDIA cards is much higher than the Radeon options at the moment.The company is also on the brink of its launch Next Generation Radeon RX 7000 Series Cards We expect it to offer better value than NVIDIA’s high-end offerings, but we don’t know yet. Meanwhile, Intel has just announced its Arc high-end lineup for desktops and will soon do the same for laptops. Raja Koduri said they want to get Arc on millions of PCs every year But Arc’s first year wasn’t so smooth. Still, gaining 4-5% share in one year is a decent step forward for the newly formed graphics division.