"According to research from John Peddie, AMD has shipped well over half a billion GPUs in 7 just years time, which is a tremendous accomplishment. "In just 7 years time, AMD has shipped an impressive 553-million GPUs, though Intel technically still leads.
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Shouldn't you then remove all the notebook/laptop APUs?Where you really want to compare vendors is with gaming-grade graphics cards. Otherwise, Apple or ARM will certainly beat the combined sales of Intel, AMD, and Nvidia given how many GPUs they've pumped into mobile phones.
I guess there's sort of a grey area there, considering some of these APUs are comparable in performance to Nvidia's lower-end dedicated cards. And some of Nvidia's dedicated cards, like GT 710s and such, are not at all what would be considered "gaming grade" hardware, as they were barely on par with Intel's integrated graphics at the time they came out.Shouldn't you then remove all the notebook/laptop APUs?
Not necessarily, when you consider that only around 18% of the Radeon sales represented by that graph are referring to dedicated desktop cards.Odd there wasn't a noticeable leap during the mining boom...
If someone is talking about gaming grade than it's all one huge grey area,I mean there are plenty of games that will run on any android device or on any iGPU even on those from intel you can do some gaming.I guess there's sort of a grey area there,