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AMD is losing market share in graphics cards to Nvidia and Intel

AMD is losing market share in graphics cards to Nvidia and Intel

In the graphics card department, we always hear about two strong names: leader Nvidia and AMD. But Intel has entered this market aggressively with its Arc Alchemist lineup and seems to have managed to make some dent in this race.

According to the latest industry information, AMD is losing some GPU market share to Nvidia, but Intel is also threatening its position, despite being in this segment for only a few months.

Graphics: AMD is losing ground to Nvidia and Intel

According to the latest tech industry reports, AMD is losing a portion of its graphics card market share to leading Nvidia. Of course, with the recent release of the GeForce RTX 40, which outperforms the new Radeon RX 7000, this situation may not be surprising. However, the maker of the Lisa Su is also losing ground to Intel, which has recently entered the dedicated GPU segment, with the line Arc alchemist.

the details open By market analyst John Peddy Research (JPR) indicates that Intel already has a 4% share in the dedicated graphics segment, indicating that it moved from 0% last year to 4% this year, when it launched its first graphics chipsets. In contrast, Nvidia increased its lead from 83% to 88%. On the other hand, AMD saw a significant drop from 17% to 8%, being the only one to lose ground in these results.

It should also be noted that the graphics card market right now, along with others, is not going through a good phase, largely due to economic inflation causing units to build up in stores, leading some manufacturers to suspend or slow sales. production of some equipment. In addition to, The end of cryptocurrency mining through GPUs It also contributed significantly to this decline.

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The data shows that shipments of dedicated graphics cards are now down 42% year-over-year, which is about 14 million units sold in the third quarter of 2022. That is, giants Nvidia, AMD, and Intel are the competition in an increasingly fragile market, though. From the continuous release of new high-quality models sell out.