Over the last few months both have been busy with new releases. Nvidia has its GeForce GTX 950 and GTX 980 Ti, while AMD put its first HBM-powered cards in the Radeon R9 Fury X, Fury and the super-small R9 Nano into the shops.
According to JPR, overall GPU shipments are up quarter-over-quarter - with AMD's overall GPU shipments up 15.8 per cent. But before AMD fanboys get all excited by a surprise return to form from AMD, JPR said that that NVIDIA "had an exceptionally strong quarter". Nvidia saw an uptick of 21.3 per cent.
The PC market as a whole increased by 7.5 per cent quarter-over-quarter but decreased 9 per cent year-over-year. Nivida’s discrete GPU shipments were up 26.3 per cent according to JPR, while AMD's discrete GPUs spiked by 33 per cent.
AMD's mobile GPU shipments for notebooks increased by 17 per cent, while NVIDIA had 14 per cent.