Q3: AMD Lost 5% of the GPU Market to NVIDIA despite RX 5700-Series Launch

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AMD’s newest line of Radeon cards didn’t put much of a dent in NVIDIA’s business. Data from Jon Peddie Research is showing that green team actually increased its marketshare from 67.92% to 72.92% over the last quarter, owed largely in part to its RTX 20- and GTX 16-series of SUPER GPUs. AMD’s market share, on the other hand, fell by 5% since Q2.

It’s not all bad news for AMD’s Radeon graphics division, however. The company managed to increase its market share somewhat since this time last year. It now makes up 27.08% of the market, up from its Q3, 2018 total of 25.72%. Volume sales for both Nvidia and AMD largely come from mainstream graphics cards such as the GTX 16-series and RX 500-series.


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