A third of PCs sold has separate graphics card




One third of the PCs sold in the quarter includes a discrete graphics card, instead of an embedded GPU. According to research from Jon Peddie Research. AMD also sold less graphics cards, Intel and Nvidia more precisely.

Compared the number of graphics cards that was shipped increased by 1.5 percent in the previous quarter, but fell by 2.4 percent compared with a year ago. In absolute terms, this is a decrease of 1.6 million graphics cards compared with a year earlier. The proportion of independent graphics cards came in at 34 percent, meaning that 66 percent have an embedded GPU, it appears from the figures of Jon Peddie Research.

Intel has 65.1 percent, by far the largest market share in the market for video cards, both embedded and loose. This is an increase compared to the previous quarter, when the company had a share of 62.9 percent. Because Intel makes only embedded GPUs, which means that almost the entire Intel embedded market has owned 66 percent of GPUs sold is indeed an embedded GPU and Intel has a market share of 65.1 percent.

The market share of AMD, that all times in difficulties, decreased from 20.7 percent a quarter ago to 18.3 now. The share of Nvidia rose slightly from 16.3 to 16.6 percent. All processors that Intel sells and does not end up in a server, 99 percent integrated graphics on board with AMD is 67 percent.

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