Analytical company Jon Peddie Research (JPR) has begun summing up the results of 2022 in the GPU market. Starting from the second quarter, there has been a downward trend in supply in the segment of discrete video cores, which, among other things, was facilitated by the end of the “cryptocurrency fever” and the transition of Etehreum to the Proof-of-Stake model.
In the third quarter, AIB partners AMD, Intel and Nvidia shipped 6.9 million expansion graphics cards. This is even worse than the first half of 2019, when GPU developers suffered from a “crypto hangover”. In total, 14 million GPUs for desktops and laptops were delivered in July-September. The market leader is Nvidia, whose share has grown to a record 86%.
From the main events of the GPU market in 2022, JPR analysts highlighted the following:
AMD introduced RDNA 3 GPUs; Nvidia has released the GeForce RTX 4000 (Ada Lovelace) and GPU Hopper family of graphics cards; Intel brought to market the long-awaited Arc A750 and A770 graphics cards; Qualcomm brought real-time ray tracing to Snapdragon SoCs MediaTek did the same with ARM-based Immortalis SoCs. Chinese MetaX has promised to release a consumer gaming GPU.
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