JPR Data Report Shows Weakening GPU Demand

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Update time : 2022-06-02 18:06:35
Recently, Jon Peddie Research (JPR) released the latest GPU market statistics report, showing that the GPU shipments (including integrated and discrete graphics cards) used in PCs in the first quarter of 2022 were 96 million, a decrease of 6.2% month-on-month and a year-on-year decrease. 19%.

In the first quarter of 2022, the overall connection rate of GPUs and PCs (including integrated and discrete graphics, desktops, notebooks and workstations) was 129%, an increase of 5% quarter-on-quarter; desktop discrete graphics card shipments increased by 1.4% quarter-on-quarter; Among the GPU shipments used in PCs in the first quarter of 2022, AMD shipments fell 1.5%, Intel shipments fell 8.7%, and Nvidia shipments increased 3.2%. Judging by the data, it appears that the decline in shipments mainly comes from OEM machines, especially laptops.

In the first quarter of 2021, Intel's GPU market share was as high as 68%, thanks to the heavy use of integrated graphics in desktops and laptops, while AMD and Nvidia's GPU market share was 17% and 15%, respectively. . By the first quarter of 2022, the GPU market has changed a lot, with Intel's GPU market share falling to 60%, and AMD's and Nvidia's GPU market share increasing to 19% and 21%, respectively.

It is worth mentioning that with Intel's high-profile entry into the independent display field this year, the future GPU market is bound to be more intense. In Q1 2021, Intel's data in the independent display market is temporarily lacking, and Nvidia has an 81% share and 19% of AMD.

However, in 2021 Q4, Intel gained 5% market share, AMD lost 1% (to 18%), and Nvidia still maintained its lead with a 78% share.

In Q1 2022, Intel and AMD exchanged 1% market share (currently 17% vs 4%), while Nvidia maintained 78%.

Jon Peddie, president of Jon Peddie Research, said that while Nvidia, AMD and Intel will all launch new products in the second half of this year, consumers are still cautious, and GPU shipments are expected to eventually grow by 2% to 3% this year.

In the long run, the PC and GPU market fundamentals are solid, and Jon Peddie Research expects GPUs to achieve a CAGR of 6.3% between 2022 and 2026.
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