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CPU sales AMD vs Intel according to Mindfactory: 19th week




According to Mindildory data, 8,065 processors sold last week, a week in which AMD added 7,285 processors sold while Intel sold 780. When we translate this to market sharing, AMD sold 90.33% of the surveyors, while Intel only 9.67%, or equivalent, of all ten processors sold, nine from AMD.

AMD still Does Not Allow Intel Respiration For CPU Sales

This is a sales report published by Mindildory this week:

ProcessorUnits sold
AMD Ryzen 5 36002490
AMD Ryzen 7 3700X1060
AMD Ryzen 5 2600900
AMD Ryzen 5 3600X600
AMD Ryzen 9 3900X520
AMD Ryzen 5 3200G490
AMD Ryzen 7 3800X310
AMD Ryzen 7 2700X310
Intel Core i7-9700K200
AMD Ryzen 5 1600190
Intel Core i5-9600K130
AMD Ryzen 5 3400G120
Intel Core i9-9900K90
Intel Core i5-9600KF60
Intel Core i5-940050
AMD Ryzen 5 160050
AMD Ryzen 9 3950X50
Intel Core i3-9100F50
Intel Core i9-9900K40
Intel Core i7-970040
Intel Core i5-9400F40
AMD Athlon 3000G40
Intel Core i3-810030
AMD Athlon 200GE30
AMD Ryzen 5 2600X30

*Note: some models that were previously marketed are not available; all those processors who sold less than 10 units were left to make the table too long.

We will see some details from this table that, remember, represent a major German retailer and are regarded as a reference at the European level, but not worldwide. In any case, it is necessary to highlight data such as calculating only i Ryzen 5 3600

, AMD has sold more than three times the combined total of all Intel processors, or Intel has only one processor at "top 10" sales.

Another interesting fact is that while Intel currently only sells ninth-generation processors, AMD continues to sell the first-generation Ryzen, although it is true that the best sellers are the Ryzen 3000.

Did the price create Intel?

In recent times, it should be noted that Intel is introducing better processors than before, now that they are about to introduce the new generation of Comet Lake-S, prices for current generations have been slightly reduced.

Maybe it's the reasons why this week Intel sold more than in the past weeks, especially that Core i7-9700K that it has increased a few numbers depending on sales volume, but that it nevertheless hasn't served to get the company out of the hole that seems hard to get out of, at least as long as they maintain their pricing policy.

Intel Core i7-9700K

Let's be completely honest: AMD currently offers better processors than Intel in terms of power, efficiency and especially at bargain prices, though it should also be noted that the processor prices High AMD in the end and they are not sold directly. In addition, AMD is a "favorite" type because it has always been considered a "second-best" option, because Intel has traditionally been the one with the handle of the handle.

Things have changed: Intel looks like it's resting on its sales but has maintained its pricing policy while AMD has been eating it up a bit, until it ceases to be slow and currently looks like they're dominating the market with a metallic hand.

So what price has Intel lost? Or was it the fact of not providing significant improvements in previous generations? A combination of everything? We want to know the opinion of the students.


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