The outbreak has driven a surge in global gaming PC shipments: NV and AMD are driving the next generation of graphics card performance.

The sudden outbreak, so that many people in this year for a long time can only stay at home office, and this environment has directly stimulated the game market. With the hot game market, but also directly led to a surge in game PC shipments. IDC reports that shipments of gaming PCs and displays will increase 16.2% year-on-year to 49.6 million units this year. By 2024, shipments are expected to continue to grow to 61.9 million units, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.7%.

In terms of game PC shipments, IDC forecasts 14.8 million units this year and 15.8 million units by 2024. In terms of gaming notebooks, it is expected to reach 22.3 million units this year or 30.2 million units by 2024. In terms of displays, it is expected to reach 12.4 million units this year or 16 million units by 2024.

The outbreak has driven a surge in global gaming PC shipments: NV and AMD are driving the next generation of graphics card performance.

With the surge in gaming PC shipments, NVIDIA and AMD are becoming more competitive in the GPU market, both of which will boost the performance of the next generation of GPUs. At the same time, the game industry’s support for RT optical pursuit technology, but also can drive other upgrades in hardware and software.

The RX 6900XT/6800XT/6700XT is ready for release as the RX 3070, 3080 and 3090 have been released before, and the RTX 3070 is coming soon.