Nvidia’s graphics card sales have fallen by 26 percent

Component shortages and the release of new graphics cards during the autumn have led to PC hardware sales seeing a significant drop. The analysis firm Jon Peddie Research has delivered a new report on how sales of components looked during the second quarter of the year, which shows that Nvidia took the biggest hit with a fall in sales of 26 percent compared to the first quarter of the year.

According to the report, all sales of graphics cards, both integrated graphics and dedicated graphics cards, have fallen by 14.9 percent compared to the previous quarter. This includes graphics circuits that are purchased by manufacturers of portable and ready-made computers. Looking at all sales of dedicated graphics cards, we see a decrease of 22.6 percent and JPR estimates that 10.37 million units have been sold in total. This is the lowest figure the analyst firm has seen since the second quarter of 2020, which was also a year with several heavy releases on the graphics card front.


The distribution of graphics chips sold in the last quarter, including integrated graphics, is relatively unchanged compared to the first quarter of the year. Intel remains the largest supplier of graphics chips with 62 percent, while AMD graphics accounted for 20 percent and Nvidia 18 percent.

Although Nvidia’s loss is the most extensive, the entire industry has seen declining sales figures. According to the report, the sale of processors has fallen by 7 percent compared to the previous quarter and, looking at the whole year, there has been a drop of 33.7 percent.

Source: SweClockers by www.sweclockers.com.

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