The GPU industry has been slackening under the subterranean; falls can be determined, but the situation should have been put to an end when it had sprouted, a recent report by Jon Peddie Research, a market research and survey agency, shows awestruck figures of Global GPU shipments which gives nothing but a candied exemplar of many more to come to menace the industry.
The report emphasizes that the GPU shipments of the third quarter of 2022 are 75.5 million, a bit leap of 10.3% from the second quarter and a massive decrease of 25.1% from the same period in 2021. The shocking figures outstrip the bleak shipments that occurred in 2009.
The report bowed out a few segments to categorize the loss of potential of GPU in the tech industry; when it comes to desktop computer GPU, shipments in the third quarter of 2022 slackened by 15.43%, and notebook computer GPU shipments nosedived by 30%, which marks the lowest in 13 years. To make the overall PC calculation, the egg hatches at the rate of 115%, falling on the pan six percent from the second quarter.
The third quarter must have been the paramount season for the GPU market to sell their goods, which was supposed to happen rather than getting into sudden turnover from the happy ground to void space with bumpy asphalt pavement.
According to the cumulative statistics of the past ten years, the approximate growth rate was 5.3%, but the third quarter of 2022 was unprecedentedly alienated from its kind. In terms of brands, AMD has lost 8.5 percentage points from the second quarter and still been searching for it.
NVIDIA put aside 1.87 percentage points but yearned to claim it, and Intel, surprisingly, 10.3 percentage points. Currently, the market shares of the three manufacturers are 12%, 16%, and 72%, respectively. While keenly taking the following steps to the fourth quarter of 2022, JPR predicts that shipments of graphics cards will never lose their pace to decline, but prices will upsurge, and supply will be relatively enough to take up the chance.