The large German store Mindfactory, known mainly for CPU market statistics, published statistics on the market for discrete graphics cards for the first quarter.
During this period, the store sold 48,235 graphics cards. 58.3% of them were cards with Nvidia GPUs, and 41.7% were with AMD GPUs. During the quarter, the shares of these companies changed slightly. If we talk about revenue, then for three months it amounted to 18.19 million euros, 67.6% of which brought sales of Nvidia cards, and 32.4% – of AMD cards.
In the diagrams below you can see the generational distribution. The undisputed leader here are Nvidia Turing cards, which occupy half of all sales.
More specifically, the most popular graphics cards were the GeForce RTX 2070 Super (8315 units) and the Radeon RX 5700XT (6825 units). The RX 5700, RTX 2060 Super, RTX 2070, GTX 1660 Super and the Polaris generation cards represented by the RX 500 line were also in great demand.