AMD has shipped over half a billion GPUs since 2013, up 79 million from 2018. That’s a rather spectacular increase over its 2013 total of just 87 million. Of course, that’s partially down to the exponential growth in demand for GPUs and parallel processing chops, but it’s also a sign of AMD’s recent successes.

According to Jon Peddie Research, both Sony and Microsoft’s current-gen consoles total up to a large chunk of those 553 million units—the PlayStation accounting for 20% of that total at over 110 million units sold today. Yet both desktop and notebook offerings from AMD make up the remaining 71% of its sales. All told, that’s a lot of Radeon tech out there in the wild.

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