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The Rise of GPU Deliveries Leads to Market Stabilization

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According to a recent report, the delivery of graphics processing units (GPUs) has been steadily increasing in the past few quarters, indicating a stabilization in the GPU manufacturing industry. This trend marks the end of a long period of scarcity […]

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According to a recent report, the delivery of graphics processing units (GPUs) has been steadily increasing in the past few quarters, indicating a stabilization in the GPU manufacturing industry. This trend marks the end of a long period of scarcity and high prices for graphics cards.

In the report by John Peddie Research (JPR), GPU deliveries have grown by 16.8% compared to the second quarter of this year, and by 36.6% compared to the same period last year. The delivery of graphics cards has seen a particularly significant rise, with a 37.4% increase compared to the second quarter of this year. Additionally, there is a noticeable expansion of graphics card options in the price range of $200 to $300.

Among the most sought-after models in this price range are the GeForce RTX 4060, Radeon RX 7600, Arc A770, and Arc A750, which have either recently entered the market or were unavailable a year ago.

Both Nvidia and AMD have confirmed similar growth trends in their reports. Nvidia recorded a 15% increase in revenue in the last quarter, and an 81% increase compared to the previous year. AMD’s gaming division experienced a slight decline on an annual basis, mainly due to reduced sales of console chips.

However, graphics card prices continue to remain high, with the most expensive models selling for $1000 or more. The popularity of GPUs such as the RTX 4090 is expected to further rise due to their applications in artificial intelligence.

All in all, the increase in GPU deliveries and the positive financial results of companies indicate market stabilization and greater availability of graphics processors for consumers.

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