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AMD Shipped 553 Million GPUs Since 2013: Jon Peddie Research

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When AMD scored a double hit by winning the Xbox and the PlayStation console projects the number of GPUs the company shipped from 2013 on took a jump. As their APU sales increased (partially due to the console wins) their overall sales increased even more. Likewise, as AMD introduced the Zen CPU, associated GPU sales also increased. The net result is since 2013 AMD has shipped over a half-billion GPUs either integrated or discrete.

When compared to Intel (integrated only) or NVIDIA (discrete only) both companies beat AMD in their respective classes, but overall AMD beats them both. Fun with numbers. The cumulative distribution of GPUs by platform is shown in the following chart. Next year AMD will be able to add Samsung smartphones to its list of platforms, and those numbers are going to huge.



Access the PC Gaming Hardware report by Jon Peddie Research here.

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Well great for team red then!.........
 

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So AMD desktop and notebook discreete GPUs are 36% of the total sum, compared to just 29% of console GPUs. Is anyone still deluded enough to think that consoles are some kind of secret weapon that would make devs suddenly love AMD?

PC is still the primary platform for gaming. AMDs own discreete GPUs sell quite a lot more than consoles. Now add to that Nvidia had desktop and laptop market share in the range 70-80% for years, meaning that Nvidia sold many times more PC GPUs compared to AMDs console GPU sales over the years.
 
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The deal with Samsung should strengthen AMD's position and increasing their influence in the market. It's the AMD that many people talking about when they acquired ATi, a company with strong portfolio contending for market share and technological influence.
 
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So AMD desktop and notebook discreete GPUs are 36% of the total sum, compared to just 29% of console GPUs. Is anyone still deluded enough to think that consoles are some kind of secret weapon that would make devs suddenly love AMD?

PC is still the primary platform for gaming. AMDs own discreete GPUs sell quite a lot more than consoles. Now add to that Nvidia had desktop and laptop market share in the range 70-80% for years, meaning that Nvidia sold many times more PC GPUs compared to AMDs console GPU sales over the years.
Consoles do have an influence, it's just exaggerated by some people, as an example because of the hopelessly powerless Jaguar cores we moved to more mutltithreaded games.
 

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So AMD desktop and notebook discreete GPUs are 36% of the total sum, compared to just 29% of console GPUs. Is anyone still deluded enough to think that consoles are some kind of secret weapon that would make devs suddenly love AMD?

PC is still the primary platform for gaming. AMDs own discreete GPUs sell quite a lot more than consoles. Now add to that Nvidia had desktop and laptop market share in the range 70-80% for years, meaning that Nvidia sold many times more PC GPUs compared to AMDs console GPU sales over the years.
You also have to note that those numbers do include the low-end/budget GPUs, like the RX 560, which go into workstations and the like. The gaming and enthusiast cards are still a small portion of that percentage.
 
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