In every way, AMD is now at its best in history, more prosperous than the K8 period, with a market share of 37.5%. Now the Team platform’s share has also broken 25% for the first time, setting another record. For AMD’s share, each research company has its own data, in which netizens also refer to the German e-commerce platform MindFactory sales, but that data is too limited.
The STEAM platform’s CPU share doesn’t fully represent the entire share, but the Steam platform’s data is an important reference for the game CPU market, and there is a monthly report that shows the overall trend change.
Intel’s CPU share fell below 75 per cent in September, with the latest share falling 0.85 percentage points to 74.24 per cent.
Correspondingly, AMD’s share exceeded 25 per cent for the first time, reaching 25.75 per cent, an increase of 0.84 percentage points.
Specifically, the AMD processors that provide most of the growth are mainly 3.3GHz to 3.69GHz, 3.7GHz and above, indicating that more and more high-frequency CPUs and fewer low-frequency CPUs are decreasing, which proves that Rye dragon CPUs are more and more.
Although the above data do not show that the generation of Rye Dragon, but compared with a year ago, AMD’s share has increased from about 20% to 25%, the growth rate is still quite encouraging, at this rate in another six months can reach almost 30%.