AMD gains in discrete, overtakes Nvidia overall GPU Shipments....

nEo717

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Found discrete numbers... while AMD gained, it's an entirely different situation...


Jon Peddie Research reports NVIDIA lost some discrete GPU market share to AMD in the first quarter, with its share contracting by 3.9 percentage points sequentially to 77.3% from 81.2%. Meanwhile, AMD’s share grew to 22.7% from 18.8%.

https://articles2.marketrealist.com/2019/06/nvidia-loses-some-discrete-gpu-market-share-to-amd/
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Wonder what the profit revenues are for nVidia on just the 2080 Ti and Titan RTX? How much profit potential is AMD missing out on by not having a high-end product?

AMD Overtakes Nvidia in Overall GPU Shipments for the First Time in Five Years

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/amd-nvidia-gpu-market-share-report,40266.html
Update 8/29/19 7:55am PT: Jon Peddie Research provided us with more market share information, which we added below. We also removed reference to graphics units present in consoles, as the report only quantifies PC-based graphics units.
 
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Old news. This includes APU's, not just discrete cards.

Someone is bound to come along and link the original post.
 

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I think everybody already knows this. (AMD sales are through the roof!)

Just hang out at any Microcenter for a few hours, you hear all the people snickering at the nvidia buyers. It is universally understood that people will wait at Microcenter the day of deliveries, to get their hands on anything RDNA. While SUPER FLOPS sit on the shelves as a beacon of stupidity & greed.



It just works...
 

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Old news. This includes APU's, not just discrete cards.

Someone is bound to come along and link the original post.
Story has been updated... however iGPU part is valid (is it cpu sale or gpu sale really as well) - It will be interesting seeing some RX 5700 series sales numbers as/when they become available - I'd still love to see the profit (not just total sales) of nVidia top end (Ti and Titan) - They are high dollar parts, do the profit margins follow, what is (or isn't) AMD missing out on?
 

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Old news. This includes APU's, not just discrete cards.

Someone is bound to come along and link the original post.
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Found discrete numbers... while AMD gained, it's an entirely different situation...

Jon Peddie Research reports NVIDIA lost some discrete GPU market share to AMD in the first quarter, with its share contracting by 3.9 percentage points sequentially to 77.3% from 81.2%. Meanwhile, AMD’s share grew to 22.7% from 18.8%.

https://articles2.marketrealist.com/2019/06/nvidia-loses-some-discrete-gpu-market-share-to-amd/
 

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fwiw my husband and i went to microcenter a few times over a couple of weeks while he was building his computers. the RX 5700 stuff was flying off the shelves, but there were tons of nvidia cards. he ended up getting a 5700XT off Amazon because you couldn't buy it locally. for 2K gaming it's a pretty sweet card, and not as obnoxiously loud as people have been complaining about.
 

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Story has been updated... however iGPU part is valid (is it cpu sale or gpu sale really as well) - It will be interesting seeing some RX 5700 series sales numbers as/when they become available - I'd still love to see the profit (not just total sales) of nVidia top end (Ti and Titan) - They are high dollar parts, do the profit margins follow, what is (or isn't) AMD missing out on?
Probably less than you think. The vast majority of the GPU market is low to mid range. Your best bet to maximize profit is to be very strong in that segment. Not a lot of people are lining up to spend $1000 on a video card. AMD is missing out on that segment since they don’t have an answer, but most buyers and OEMs are in the 1060/1070/1660 range of performance, and they’re strong in that segment.
 

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Probably less than you think. The vast majority of the GPU market is low to mid range. Your best bet to maximize profit is to be very strong in that segment. Not a lot of people are lining up to spend $1000 on a video card. AMD is missing out on that segment since they don’t have an answer, but most buyers and OEMs are in the 1060/1070/1660 range of performance, and they’re strong in that segment.
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I can see that being so with the Ti at $1200 (depending on how strong or not it really sells of course) - However the Titan RTX at $2,499.00 (compared to $699 for 2080 super), it would be interesting to see sales numbers and profit margins - Unless the Titan has some crazy cost(s) built-into it for whatever reason, it stands to reason that's a high margin card (at nearly 4 times price of the 2080). nVidia seems to truly be getting a premium price for those better quality dies whereas AMD has no top end (unless moving all top dies into professional cards).
 
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