Intel’s discrete graphics shipments were on par with AMD in the last quarter of 2022, as Team Red saw a steep decline in its Q4 GPU revenue. NVIDIA continued its winning streak, gaining four points YoY, increasing its shipment share to 82%, up from 78% the previous year. AMD’s shipments contracted from 18% in the final quarter of 2021 to just 9% in the last.
It’s unclear how Intel’s discrete GPU shipments rose steadily despite limiting volume, but we may be looking at server SKUs here. The first dGPU from Team Blue was the Iris Max, followed by the Data Center Flex Series, and finally, the Arc lineup.
|Graphics and Accelerators|
|Intel® Data Center GPU Flex Series||Intel® Data Center GPU Flex Series|
|Mobile||Intel® Iris® Xᵉ MAX|
|Intel Server GPU||Intel® Server GPU|
|Intel® Agilex™ FPGA||Intel® Agilex™ FPGA|
|Intel® Arc™ Graphics||Intel® Arc™ Graphics|
In the iGPU market, Intel consolidated its shipment share, gaining 9 points year-on-year. However, this isn’t a fair comparison of the iGPU or the CPU market. Most AMD desktop processors lack an iGPU, while all Intel chips have onboard graphics. This essentially compares mobile Ryzen processors and desktop Ryzen APUs against all Intel CPUs.
Source: Jon Peddie Research