NVIDIA GPU Market Share Drops Slightly as AMD Gains; Intel Arc in Limbo

NVIDIA continues to rule the gaming GPU market, accounting for 80% of all units sold. The latest report from Jon Peddie Research indicates that little has changed in the last few quarters. GeForce graphics cards continue to outsell rival Radeon offerings by a factor of 4. Meanwhile, Intel Arc Alchemist GPUs failed to impact the market, their share limited to 1% since mid-2023.

NVIDIA lost -6% market share last quarter (versus the previous year), while AMD gained +7% during the same period. GeForce unit market share stood at 80% at the end of 2023, down from 86% the year before. Conversely, Radeon went from 12% in late 2022 to 19% last quarter. Quarter-over-quarter, AMD saw an uptick in its GPU market share, gaining two points in the final months of 2023 (at the expense of its Green rival).

Overall, graphics card shipments increased by 6.7% quarter-on-quarter and 32% year-on-year. AMD’s quarterly desktop GPU shipments were up 17% and 117% compared to the previous year. On the other hand, NVIDIA’s quarter-to-quarter unit shipments rose by 4.7% and 22.3% year-to-year.

Areej Syed

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