Gaming PC

GPU Market Nosedives, Sales Lowest In a Decade

Integrated and discrete graphics processing unit shipments drop to 10-year low in Q3 as PC OEMs procure less CPUs and gamers buy fewer existing graphics cards while waiting for next-gen products depressed. In contrast, miners no longer buy graphics boards due to the changes that happened to Ethereum. In general, sales of standalone graphics cards for desktops hit multi-year lows.

PC makers typically increase procurement of PC hardware components in the third quarter. This is because computers are assembled and sold during the high sales times of back-to-school and holiday seasons. However, as demand for PCs weakened recently, manufacturers began destocking and buying fewer parts to sell off existing parts.

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