GPU shipments last quarter were the lowest they’ve been in over 10 years

It’s been a challenging couple of years for the GPU industry, with it hitting a not-so-great milestone recently: a new report from JPR (opens in new tab) says that in Q3 of this year, GPU shipments dropped 10.3% from the previous quarter.  

Year-to-year, overall shipments on GPUs are down about 25%, which includes standalone GPUs as well as those shipped inside desktops and laptops. That’s the biggest drop in GPU shipments since the 2009 recession.

“The third quarter is usually the high point of the year for the GPU and PC suppliers, said John Peddie, president of JPR. “Even though the suppliers had guided down in Q2, the results came much below their expectations.”

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