Amd dominating intel cpu sales
Since the launch of the Comet Lake processor series, Intel has recently seen new interest. However, based on data obtained from Mindfactory, this may not be enough for some customers. 4,444 According to data from the German retailer Mindfactory, 5,270 AMD processors were sold in the first week of June. This is very different from the Intel 770 processor sold.
accounts for 83% of AMD CPU sales. AMD's total revenue in Mindfactory is 1,106,065 Euros, which is equivalent to approximately 1,248,970 US dollars or 983,950 pounds. In contrast, the price of an Intel CPU is only 246,605 euros, which is approximately 278,490 US dollars or 219,400 pounds.
Currently, the retailer’s best-selling CPU is AMD Ryzen 5 3600, and 1,710 units have been sold. Followed by AMD Ryzen 7 3700X with sales of 970 units, while Ryzen 5 2600 has a history of two years with sales of 700 units.
Of course, it is worth noting that the new Intel Comet Lake CPU is brand new on the retailer's website. In other words, only 50 Intel Core i710700K were sold in the first week, and only 40 Intel Core i510600K were sold. For the long-awaited new series of processors, we hope that people will buy inventory soon.
This is just a number for one retailer, so we can't really say if this data can fit all. But it brings surprising reading. This indicates that Intel may not have much of an impact on the market through Comet Lake. The 11th-gen Rocket Lake series may be what some people are looking forward to.
AMD is currently working hard to launch Ryzen 4000 CPU, which may further shake the market. These will be based on the Zen 3 architecture, using TSMC’s 7nm computing node. On the other hand, the upcoming Rocket Lake series will be based on the new 14nm Willow Cave architecture.
We will definitely pay close attention to the market for more information. Whether this trend toward AMD will continue remains to be seen, but if it makes Intel a little worried, we won't be surprised.
What do you think of the sales data? Do you think this is representative of the market or just an anomaly? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.