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A new report from Jon Peddie Research is giving us some insight into GPU shipment for Q4 2019, and it shows that AMD had a big quarter. According to the firm, overall GPU shipments were up 3.4 percent compared to Q3 2019. Intel saw its shipments fall by a scant 0.2 percent, while NVIDIA’s shipments decreased by 1.9 percent. AMD shipments of GPUs, however, surged by 22.6 percent for Q4 2019 compared to Q3 2019.
Looking at overall GPU market share, Intel is still far and away the leader with 63 percent of the market, a decrease of 2 percent compared to Q3 2019. NVIDIA’s overall share decreased by 0.9 percent to 18 percent. AMD’s overall share, however increased from 16 percent to 19 percent.
Regarding the overall GPU market, we must take into account that figures for both Intel and AMD processors with onboard GPUs are taken into account. When we look at the discrete GPU market, NVIDIA still has a commanding lead. NVIDIA secured 73 percent of the GPU discrete GPU market during Q4 2019, leaving AMD with a 27 percent share.