A year and a half after the 2018 mine card crash, the impact on the market has almost wiped out, q3 GPU market shipments of chips 89 million, down 6 million year-on-year, but up 11% month-on-month, of which NVIDIA GPU shipments rose 38.3 percent, becoming the biggest winner. Market research company JPR released the Q3 quarter GPU market report, this GPU is including the overall data, including the single-show, nuclear performance, so the GPU’s adaptability rate to PC in the quarter is 128%, an increase of 1.7 percentage points over the previous quarter, of which the unique adaptation rate is 32.1%, up 5.13 percentage points.
For the PC market as a whole, it grew by 9.2% month-on-month and 3.7% year-on-year, with the volume of the single-show increasing by 42.2% month-on-month.
Looking at the GPU, Q3’s total shipments were 89 million, down 6 million from a year earlier, but up 11% month-on-month, higher than the 10-year average.
An important reason for the Q3 GPU surge was NVIDIA’s stand-alone GPU shipments, up 38.3% month-on-month, while AMD and Intel grew by 8.7% and 5.4%, respectively. JPR noted that nVIDIA Q3 q3’s unique display volume exceeds the combined combined of AMD GPUs (solo, nuclear).
Of course, AMD this year is a relatively bad place is that the sale of the rye dragon mainstream processor is not integrated GPU, only the lower end of the Rylong APU has GPU unit, otherwise this data will be better look at some this year.
Finally reflected in market share, Q3’s share of NVIDIA fell to 65% from 70% last year, AMD from 14% to 16%, and NVIDIA from 16% to 19%.