According to analysts at Jon Peddie Researchthe market of CPU for desktop and notebook has reached heights 66 million in the last quarter of 2023a given in growth by 7% compared to the previous quarter e by 22% annually.
The ratio between chips for notebooks and solutions for desktops was 70-30. Analysts point this out Shipments of integrated graphics (iGPU) solutions increased 7% compared to Q3 2023at 60 million units, a figure that again increased by 18% compared to the fourth quarter of 2022.
A trend that is not surprising considering that all CPUs now have some kind of integrated graphics component: Even AMD, which had produced desktop Ryzen without iGPU for several generations, has joined the trend and included a graphics chip in the Ryzen 7000 integrated, albeit limited in terms of performance.
“Over the next five years, iGPU penetration in the PC segment will increase to 98%,” emphasizes JPR. In the last quarter Intel delivered 84 percent of processors with integrated graphics, AMD stayed with the remaining 14 percent.
As for the segment serverCPU shipments increased 2.8% quarter-on-quarter, but the number is correct At -26%, significantly lower than in the previous year.
“The increase in client CPU shipments in the fourth quarter compared to the previous quarter is a sign of this positive news in a series of overall depressing news“commented Jon Peddie, President of JPR.
“So much shocking news from the Middle East, combined with the ongoing war in Ukraine, the trade war with China and layoffs at many companies, has led to a flood of bad news despite falling inflation and rising GDP in the United States: CPU shipments are showing sustained increases and are an early indicator.”