AMD still grows in the CPU market, recorded the highest share since 2007

AMD still grows in the CPU market, recorded the highest share since 2007
AMD shared the recent CPU market share results published by Mercury Research, giving us some insight into the earnings for the third quarter of 2020. The main news is that AMD has achieved its highest overall market share since 2007, while the share of desktop PCs is the highest since 2013. In terms of the x86 client market, AMD has achieved the highest share since the second quarter of 2011.

The report once again reconfirms the stellar financial results the Sunnyvale partner achieved with truly amazing growth. But AMD's market share gains are certainly not limited to the desktop segment.

AMD's impressive results were released shortly before the launch of its architecture-based Ryzen 5000 series processors Zen 3, which, according to the company's statements, will occupy the leadership position in every situation, including the one in which it struggled the most, namely in gaming. Recall that the availability of the chips is expected for tomorrow, Thursday November 5.

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In addition, with the holiday season on the horizon, and no major news on the rivals front at the moment, AMD is likely to see even more sales during the fourth quarter of 2020.

Here are the key figures for market share:

AMD's overall x86 CPU share was 22.4%, with an increase of 4.1 share points quarter over quarter (QoQ) and 6.3 share points year over year (YoY) : highest share since Q4 2007. The x86 share of AMD desktops, excluding IoT, was 20.1%, an increase of 0.9 share points quarterly and 2.1 share points on a quarterly basis. Annual: Desktop share grew in 12 consecutive quarters - the highest since Q4 2013. AMD x86 notebook share, excluding IoT, was 20.2%, an increase of 0.3 QoQ share points and 5.5 share points year-on-year: notebook share has grown over 12 consecutive quarters - this is a new record for x86 notebook share, eclipsing the previous high of 19.9% ​​in Q2 2020 . The x86 share of the AMD client, excluding IoT, was 20.2%, with an increase of 0.5 share points on a quarterly basis and 4.3 share points on an annual basis: the highest since the second quarter. el 2011. Are you looking for a good motherboard to pair with the new Ryzen processors? ASUS ROG Strix X570-F with 14 power phases might be a good choice. You can find it on Amazon at an attractive price.

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