In the PC DIY market, AMD continues to harvest Intel. According to ShopDana’s South Korean CPU sales, AMD’s share of sales reached an all-time high of 53% in October, the first time AMD’s share was surpassed in July.
The turning point occurred in July, mainly AMD’s three-generation Ryzen processor on July 7 debut, after months of market cultivation, consumer enthusiasm for buying is still undiminished.
Of course, things may be different when Intel 10 Generation Core desktop processors, especially the 10nm Ice Lake, are on the market.
In addition, AMD’s advantage is far less great in the global market, with Mercury Research’s recent statistics showing amd’s latest share of the x86 CPU market at 18%.