According to JPR, the market for GPUs in the first quarter of 2017 decreased by 17.5% compared with the previous quarter

Experts of the analytical company Jon Peddie Research (JPR) summed up the first quarter of 2017 on the GPU market. According to their calculations, the market declined compared to the previous quarter by 17.5%. This is substantially more than the average, equal to 6%. Seasonal decline affected all market participants. AMD has reduced deliveries by 25%, Nvidia — by 26%, Intel 14%.

The market has fallen not only in comparison with the previous quarter, but compared to the first quarter of 2016. In General, the reduction amounted to 4.5%, but this figure consists of a reduction in the desktop segment by 13% and growth in the mobile segment by 2%.

Analysts say the decrease by 4.6% share of personal computers with discrete GPU. Discrete GPU included in the configuration of 31% of personal computers that were released during the quarter. The PC market actually declined for the year by 1.7% during the quarter, up 14.7%.

For the quarter, AMD’s share is 13.1%, the share of Intel — 71,1%. Nvidia owns 15.8% of the market.

Specify that JPR analysts take into account the discrete and integrated GPU for desktop and mobile personal computers, including x86-based tablets, chromebooks, and embedded systems. Mobile devices in other processors and servers are not counted.

Source: JPR



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