The German retailer Mindfactory says so for a sold Intel processor, it sells four AMD processors. Of course, these figures only concern this site, but they may indicate a trend. Is AMD pushing Intel into the leading processing market?
Sales in good shape for 2 months
Even more impressive, in July, the sales of the Ryzen 7 3700X almost matched the sales of Intel chips alone. As early as June, AMD outperformed Intel Mindfactory, with 68% of sales versus 32%.
According to our colleagues at Tom's Hardware, if performance of the Ryzen 3700X theoretically superior to their counterparts at Intel, however, they are lower in practice, most current applications not yet parallelized to give the best of themselves on the Ryzen 3000.
These numbers are obvious to consider in their context and still compare to the sales figures of global processors. These considerations do not seem to cool customers looking for an energy efficient, affordable and powerful processor.
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