Lu Master Q2 CPU Rankings: AMD’s Historic Dominance Desktop, Notebook

Master Lu today released the second quarter of 2020 CPU processor leaderboard, in addition to the consistent desktop list, but also for the first time to join the notebook performance list, AMD in both lines are known as the spring breeze horseshoe. Desktop performance list, the new Intel 10 generation Core series this quarter began to list, and AMD’s latest Ryzen 3000XT series because of a small sample to wait until the next time.

Lu Master Q2 CPU Rankings: AMD's Historic Dominance Desktop, Notebook

The 64 Core 128-threaded AMD Ryzen Thread Ripper 3990X’s top spot remains unshakable and remains the only Lu Master to run a million points, while its two divisions, 32 Core Ripper 3970X and 24 Core Ripper 3960X, continue to hold second and third.

Intel’s top 18 core Core i9-10980XE continues to rank fourth, 16 core Ryzen 9 3950X is fifth, and Intel 10-Generation Core flagship i9-10900K is 11th, just Slightly higher than Ryzen 9 3900, i9-10900 No. 15, i7-10700K 17, i7-10700 No. 23, i5-10600K No. 29.

Overall, AMD accounted for 14 of the 30 top-of-the-list products, slightly less than it should be, but the performance advantage was not comparable to Intel’s for the time being.

Lu Master Q2 CPU Rankings: AMD's Historic Dominance Desktop, Notebook

In terms of notebook performance, the AMD 7nm Ryzen 4000 Series easily led the way in a head-on showdown with Intel 14nm 10Th-generation Core, with Ryzen 9 4900HS and Ryzen 7 4800H taking the runner-up, with Core i9-10980HK and Core i7-10875H in fourth and fifth place respectively.

The 15W low-power Ryzen 7 4800U also ranked sixth, with 45W Core i9-9880H, while Ryzen 5 4600H, Ryzen 5 4600U ranked eighth and ninth, respectively, and Core i7-10750H.

Overall, eight of the TOP10 are the latest generation, while eight are H-Series game models, and AMD and Intel each account for half, AMD still has a significant performance advantage.

Lu Master Q2 CPU Rankings: AMD's Historic Dominance Desktop, Notebook

The hot list continues to be Intel’s world, but AMD is also strongly inserted, the desktop has been taken in half, notebook also has two.

On the table, the i5-9400F, i3-9100F, i5-9600K, the three nine-generation non-nuclear models continue to be popular, the i7-9700F also accounted for the ninth, do not know what the 10-generation reduction of the F series Intel is what to think.

AMD’s Ryzen 5 3600 is a hit all over the world, the domestic is no exception, the other four finalists are also these two generations of 600 series, 700 series mainstream cost-effective models.

On the notebook, the standard i7-9750H, i3-9300H is still invincible, but the Ryzen 7 4800H has come in third place, strong momentum, while the previous generation of Ryzen 5 3500U is still in sixth place, this generation of Ryzen 4000U is not yet on the list, estimated to see next quarter.

Of the 10 generations of Core, the i5-10210U and i7-10750H are fast-growing, but these are all 14nm, and Ice Lake with 10nm is still missing.

Lu Master Q2 CPU Rankings: AMD's Historic Dominance Desktop, Notebook

In terms of processor share as a whole, AMD has come to 22.13 percent and Intel is 77.87 percent, which is certainly not a market-to-market sales comparison, but a percentage of The Masters users running.