Intel’s recent and increasingly serious production shortage is helping AMD. More and more manufacturers are knocking on AMD’s door for processors in need. AMD is the first choice for the end user.
Germany’s largest retailer Mindfactory , according to analysis made by AMD ‘s share in sales reached 82 percent. In October this figure was around 78 percent. Intel dropped to around 18 percent.
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The platform’s best-selling processors were the Ryzen 5 3600 and the Ryzen 7 3700X . Next comes R7 2700X, R5 2600 and R5 3600X . The Intel Core i7 9700K ranks sixth. Other models are listed with a small share.
Of course, Intel’s shortage is not the only factor here. It was a perfect timing for AMD to develop and improve the processor architecture for the 7nm process. Thus, it attracted consumers who fell into the void. As Intel’s production shortage is expected to continue next year, AMD is expected to steal more market share.