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Nvidia AIB shipments reach record highs

Nvidia continues to dominate the GPU market, with a supply of about 7.7 million GPUs to add-in-board (AIB) partners in the past quarter. This figure primarily includes discrete desktop GPUs, with gaming GPUs comprising the majority. Since the RTX 40 series launch, Nvidia's shipments have increased by over 2 million units, solidifying the company's stronghold.

That's based on Jon Peddle Research report (via 3DCenter). Unlike Nvidia's relatively steady growth, AMD's growth was cut short last year, with shipped units steadily increasing from 700,000 to 1.8 million between Q1 2023 and Q4 2023. Then, in Q1 2024, that number reduced to 1 million. Lastly, Intel's shipments of Arc Gaming and Pro GPUs never really popped off, peaking at just 4% of the market share in Q1 2023 with 300,00 units shipped.

Image credit: 3DCenter

Excluding Intel, a market share chart by 3DCenter spanning back to the GeForce FX and Radeon 9000 era illustrates Nvidia's market share growth over the past 22 years, despite competition from Radeon GPUs, especially during crypto mining booms.

Despite the lack of clarity on next-generation GPU releases from AMD, Nvidia, and Intel at Computex, recent murmurs suggest Nvidia plans to unveil the GeForce RTX 50 series this year, while AMD and Intel are speculated to introduce their next-gen GPUs in 2025.

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