AMD’s progress on the CPU is obvious to all, just as there is to pay. According to South Korean media reports, statistics agency Tanawa Research released the latest data show that by the end of April this year, AMD processors in South Korea’s DIY PC market share reached a new high, more than 60%. At the end of last year, the figure was just 50%.
Agency said that in the first quarter of this year, the third generation of Ryzen processor new products and price reduction after the second generation of Ryzen performance, especially the Rylong 5, its cost-effective, but also particularly won the recognition of consumers.
Over the same period, AMD’s share of CPU shipments in the notebook market also reached 22.76 percent, up from 15 percent in January and the highest in a decade.
With the launch of the Ryzen 4000 series mobile APU, AMD is expected to pull its share to 25% to 30% in the second quarter, after the end of June, the agency said.
In addition to South Korea, German e-commerce maker Mindfactory’s April sales figures were even stronger, with AMD’s overall share of sales as high as 91 per cent in April and 86 per cent even when it was calculated. According to the sales report, the Ryzen 5 3600 and Ryzen 7 3700X are the most popular german players.
However, with Intel 10 Generation Core desktop processors expected to go on sale in May, it is not clear what will happen next in the market. For consumers, more choice, competition, is not a bad thing.