This week, Jon Peddie Research, the city’s regulator, released data showing that AMD GPUs shipped 553 million units in seven years from 2013 to 2019. While the data is striking enough, there are also awkward places behind them, that is, the solo and set out alone, can not beat the opponent.
In this report, JPR also gave PC unique share as of the first quarter of this year, NVIDIA 75%, AMD 25%, both year-on-year and month-on-month, NVIDIA market share has increased, AMD slightly declined.
You know, in the first quarter, PC overall shipments fell 5.3 percentage points month-on-month, that is to say, the actual performance of the A card is really not ideal.
Over the years, the Zen architecture-backed Ryzen processor has been a double-edged gainer in the market, but the graphics card is dwarfed, and AMD needs to do a good job.
It was recently reported that the RDNA2-based AMD Big Navi is already basically ready and is in the final debugging optimization phase, with an expected double performance of the RX 5700 XT, representing the direct delivery RTX 2080 Ti.
PS: But the problem is, in August and September, the Ampere family’s RTX is coming.