According to a report by Jon Peddie Research, 96 million GPUs were sold worldwide in the first quarter of 2022; this is a 6.2% decrease compared to the 4th quarter of 2021. nvidia. Although fewer GPUs have been sold, the analyst expects a compound annual growth rate of 6.3% between 2022 and 2026.

In early 2022, Intel and AMD sold 8.7% and 1.5% fewer GPUs, respectively, while Nvidia sold 3.2% more. In terms of market share in terms of units sold, both AMD and Nvidia increased their shares (0.7% and 1.69%), while Intel lost 2.4%.

JPR also shared figures on processors and individual GPUs: Nvidia and AMD’s partners sold 1.4% more graphics cards. This is why it seems that fewer OEM systems and laptops (digital) exceed the counter because they usually have an igpu. In addition, the CPU market is said to have dropped by 10.8% compared to Q4 2021, or 26.2% compared to Q1 2021.

According to JPR, 78% of recently sold video cards come from Nvidia.

While sales tended to be lower in the first quarter than in previous months, JPR points to some factors that are strongly affecting the industry:

“China has taken its own path with COVID, which continues to affect the availability of goods and parts. These are reinforced by Russia’s attack on Ukraine, especially in terms of inflation and food insecurity. Consumers remain cautious despite the introduction of new products from AMD, Intel and Nvidia in the second half (of the year?).”

Source: Jon Peddie Research

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