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News hardware & software 03 March 2019, 23:05

author: Agnes Adamus

Nvidia and AMD GPUs are Not Selling

The cryptocurrency fad keeps leaving a bad aftertaste in the mouths of GPU manufacturers. According to the independent analytics company Jon Peddie Research, Nvidia and AMD will have to deal with a lasting oversupply of their graphics cards.

Analytics company Jon Peddie Research has published a report that thoroughly analyses the current situation on the GPU market. It shows that Nvidia and AMD are struggling with the problem of oversupply. This means that there are large quantities of graphics cards in the warehouses of both manufacturers, for which there are no buyers. According to the company's estimates, this trend is expected to continue until the end of Q2 2019.

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The overasaturation of the GPU market can last up to half a year from now.

The beginning of 2018 was the peak of popularity of cryptocurrencies. The result was an increase in demand for GPUs for mining virtual money. However, the fever died down and demand for GPUs dropped. As a result, the total number of new cards supplies decreased by 2.65% in Q4 2018. The losses for individual producers are as follows:

  • Nvidia - 7.6%.
  • AMD - 6.8%.
  • Intel - 0.7%

However, it should be remembered that Intel specializes in integrated graphics cards, so the decline in demand for dedicated chipsets does not apply here. Looking at the other two companies, we can see that AMD is taking GPU market crisis much better. In the case of the AMD, 2018 turned out to be very successful. Despite the weak results in the last quarter, the company achieved the highest profitability in seven years.

Nvidia, on the other hand, is struggling with huge revenue drops. Poor sales of the latest RTX chipsets and the 10xx series cards in stock resulted in a 24% drop in revenue in the fourth quarter compared to the same period last year.

Agnes Adamus

Agnes Adamus

On paper, a medical physicist. In reality, however, a humanist who has loved games since childhood. With this passion, she decided to try her hand at writing for a broader audience. She has been affiliated with Gamepressure since 2017. She started in the guides, now mainly writing for the newsroom, encyclopedia and marketing. Self-proclaimed specialist in free-to-play games. She loves strategy, simulators, RPGs and horror games. She also has a soft spot for online games. She has spent an immodest amount of hours in Dead by Daylight and Rainbow Six: Siege. In addition, she also enjoys watching horror movies (the worse they are, the better) and listening to music. Her greatest passion, however, is trains.


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