Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMD) is making waves with its momentum produced, and further evidence has been provided through a quarterly survey conducted by technology consulting firm Jon Peddie Research.
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Deliveries of graphics processors, or GPUs, used in PCs increased 0.6% from one quarter to the next, but were down 10.4% from last year at the end of the year. second quarter of 2019, reveals the survey.
Second quarter performance is out of sync with the seasonal trend of sequential decline.
Quarterly growth was driven by a 9.85% increase in unit shipments by AMD, compared with a 1.44% decline for Intel company (NASDAQ: INTC) and a marginal decline for NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA).
Graphic courtesy of JPR.
The GPU peg rate – or the number of complementary products sold relative to the main product – was 120%, down 10.38% from the first quarter.
The Jon Peddie survey lists discrete and integrated GPUs used in desktops and laptops, but not consoles.
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Parallel to the difference in the sequential growth of PC graphics processors, AMD achieved another feat. For the first time since 2014, AMD deliveries exceeded Nvidia's deliveries.
Incidentally, Nvidia has dominated AMD in the PC GPU market in the meantime, helped by its Maxwell-based 9 Series GPUs, according to Tom's Hardware.
Despite the performance of the quarter, AMD is still far behind.
Intel, with an erosion of the market share, is the favorite with a market share of 66.9% against 17.2% for AMD and 16% for Nvidia.
AMD shares were down 0.87% at the time of publication Friday, while those of Intel were up 1.07% and those of Nvidia up 0.38%.
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