Due to the segment of laptops, of course.
According to information Jon Peddie Research, in the first quarter, shipments of graphics solutions, including those integrated in central processors, in the PC segment decreased by 6.2% compared to the fourth quarter of last year, and in a year-on-year comparison, the drop reached an impressive 19%. In quantitative terms, the supply volumes did not exceed 96 million processors and graphics chips.
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AMD managed to consistently increase its share of the entire graphics market by 0.7 percentage points to 19%, NVIDIA increased its share by 1.69 percentage points to 21%, while Intel’s share fell by a couple of percentage points to 60%, and this despite that a year ago, the processor giant controlled 68% of the PC graphics market. Dynamics in quantitative terms also illustrated the drawdown of Intel’s positions – the company reduced the volume of product deliveries by 8.7%, while AMD limited itself to a reduction of 1.5%. Against their background, NVIDIA, with a 3.2% increase in the number of shipped GPUs per quarter, is in the most advantageous position.
In the discrete graphics segment, the state of affairs in which the table above illustrates, the volume of shipments in the whole market increased sequentially by 1.4%. At the same time, the central processing unit market itself shrank by 10.8% sequentially and by 26.2% year-on-year. The sales volumes of tablets decreased sequentially by 16.5%.
According to the table, Intel started supplying discrete graphics for laptops back in the fourth quarter of last year, which allowed it to control 5% of the market at that time. By the first quarter, the share of the processor giant was reduced to 4%. If a year ago AMD controlled 19% of the market, then by the fourth quarter of last year its share had fallen to 18%, and in the first quarter of the current year it had dropped by another percentage point. NVIDIA’s positions weakened from 81 to 78% last year alone, in the first quarter of this year it retained its share at 78%. It turns out that AMD is now suffering more from the expansion of Intel in the discrete market segment. The company will start deliveries of video cards in the desktop segment only this quarter, but the territory of their distribution should be limited to China.
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The launch of new video cards based on AMD and NVIDIA chips this year, according to the authors of the forecast, will cause an increase in the supply of graphics processors by 2 or 3% at the end of the year. The macroeconomic situation in the world does not contribute to the growth of consumer spending on new video cards.