Thanks to consoles, AMD sold more graphics processors than Nvidia and Intel together between 2013 and 2019

A new study by Jon Peddie Research found that AMD has sold more GPUs between 2013 and 2019 than Nvidia and Intel combined, thanks to its presence on the Playstation 4 and Xbox One.

According to the study, AMD has accumulated a total of 553 million GPUs sold, adding consoles, APUs, and dedicated graphics, the three segments in which AMD offers its graphics.

Thanks to consoles, AMD sold more graphics processors than Nvidia and Intel together between 2013 and 2019

Of these 553 million, 18% were dedicated desktop GPUs, 18% dedicated notebook GPUs, 12% dedicated desktop APUs, 23% dedicated notebook APUs, 20% dedicated PlayStation 4 GPUs and 9% dedicated Xbox One GPUs.

Thanks to consoles, AMD sold more graphics processors than Nvidia and Intel together between 2013 and 2019

These numbers will continue to grow with AMD’s presence on the new Sony Playstation 5 and Microsoft’s Xbox X series, and with the arrival of the new Samsung Exynos with RDNA2 GPUs. There are also rumors of new Ryzen C7 SOCs for smartphones, so the Radeon market could grow even further.

It will be interesting to see how the GPU market develops and whether the impact of RDNA 2 will help the AMD graphics industry grow even further.