AMD’s Discrete GPU Sales in Q1: Up Sequentially, Down Year-over-Year

Sales of discrete GPUs in the first quarter were up both sequentially and year-over-year due to high demand for PCs in general and gaming PCs in particular, according to Mercury Research. Nvidia continued to dominate the market,  

AMD has been gaining CPU sales and market share in the recent years particularly in the gaming segment as many of its processors do not have any direct rivals. But at the same time sales of the company’s discrete GPUs have been a roller coaster and its market share has been declining. In the recent months the situation with AMD’s standalone GPU supplies were tougher because of chip shortages and its market share in Q4 2020 declined to a multi-year low, according to Jon Peddie Research. 

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