Year-over-year the company saw its share jump significantly, to 21.9 percent from 20.6 percent quarter-over-quarter.
Intel also gained, from 61.1 percent up to 62 percent.
Both companies gained at the expense of Nvidia, which took a deep dive from 18.3 percent to 16.1 percent thanks to a weak PC market.
Intel and AMD seem to be boosting their share thanks to integrated graphics chips, which have all but killed off the low-end GPU market. Nearly 100 percent of Intel's non-server processors now have integrated graphics, and two-thirds of AMD's do.
Overall, PC GPU shipments fell 6.8 percent for the quarter.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 18 Aug 2013 11:38