Nvidia remains ahead of Intel and AMD in JPR's monthly GPU market share report.
According to JPR, the global GPU market reached 101 million units in the third quarter of 2021, with PC CPU shipments growing 9% year-over-year. The overall penetration rate of individual Gpus in PCS is expected to reach 31% over the next five years, while the total number of installed units will reach 3.249 billion by the end of 2025.
In terms of GPU market share including all Gpus:
AMD's market share rose 1.4%, compared with 18% in Q3.
Nvidia gained 4.86% market share and 20% Q3 share;
Intel's market share fell a hefty 6.2%, with Q3 share falling 62%.
Meanwhile, AMD's and Intel's overall GPU shipments fell -11.4% and -25.6%, respectively. Nvidia, on the other hand, saw an 8% increase in GPU shipments. Overall GPU unit shipments fell 18.2%.
IT Home learned that Nvidia dominates the market for stand-alone Gpus with 83% of the market, compared to AMD's 17%. The third quarter used to be the strongest relative to the second quarter, but GPU shortages and the pandemic have severely damaged the GPU industry this year, with quarter-on-quarter growth the lowest ever, JPR said.
The overall gPU-to-PC connection rate (which includes integrated and standalone Gpus, desktops, laptops and workstations) was 125% in the quarter, up 7.6% from the previous quarter.
The overall PC CPU market declined -23.1% quarter-on-quarter and grew 9.2% year-on-year.
Desktop Graphics add-on boards (AIBS that use independent Gpus) grew 10.9% from the previous quarter.
Tablet shipments fell 6.9% in the quarter from the previous quarter.