Analysts at Jon Peddie Research have summed up the results of the fourth quarter of 2020 in the market of graphics solutions for the PC. They took into account both integrated and discrete products.
As stated, the specified market in comparison with the previous quarter grew by 20.5%, and in annual terms – by 12.4%. Compared to the previous quarter, AMD was able to increase shipments by 6.4%, and Intel – by 33.2%. Nvidia has cut shipments by 7.3%. As a result, AMD’s share fell from 19% to 17%, and Nvidia’s – from 19% to 15%, while Intel was able to increase its share from 62% to 69%.
The number of GPUs in desktops, laptops and workstations accounted for 113% of these systems. It is noteworthy that this figure for the quarter decreased by 9.2%, that is, the number of computers equipped with a discrete video card decreased. At the same time, the deliveries of the PCs themselves grew by 30.25% in the quarter, and in annual terms – by 35.76%.
Excluding integrated GPUs, Nvidia holds 82% for the quarter and AMD 18%. A quarter before that, their shares were 80% and 20%, and a year ago – 73% and 27%, respectively.