According to the latest report from Jon Peddie Research, Nvidia is still ahead of AMD and Intel in the GPU market. The company maintains its leadership position. AMD GPU shipments are down.
According to the report from JPR, the global GPU market has reached 101 millions units in the third quarter of 2021. The market share of so-called “discrete” GPUs (graphics cards) in PCs is expected to reach 31% within the next five years.
On the market overall GPU market share of AMD is up slightly (+ 1.4%). For its part, the presence of Nvidia is growing faster with + 4.86% while Intel recorded a significant drop of -6.2%. At the same time, overall GPU deliveries for Q2'20
| Q2'21 || Q3'21 |
| AMD || 20% || 17% || 17% |
| Nvidia || 80% || 83% || 83% |
| Table 1: PC dGPU shipment market shares |
JPR specifies that the third quarter of 2021 is more dynamic than the previous one, but the shortages and the pandemic are seriously damaging the GPU industry.
Jon Peddie, president of JPR specifies
Most of the players in the "semi- driver ”expect growth of + 3% in.ur next quarter. This figure is based on the normal seasonality of the market, but beware. The health crisis is still not behind us. Currently the shortage of GPUs is at the root of a lack of "gaming" graphics cards. Demand far greater than supply is the source of a price explosion. Within a year, graphics cards fall victim to virtual inflation from retailers. They are now and on average sold twice their recommended prices.