Mindfactory.de, Germany’s largest hardware retailer, also updated processor sales for the month ending Nov. What wane didn’t expect, AMD Ryzen’s share of sales for the month reached 82%, while its rivals were only 18%. In terms of models, AMD’s best-selling and in-store best-selling model selling is the Ryzen 5 3600, followed by the Ryzen 7 3700X, followed by the Ryzen 5 2600, Ryzen 7 2700X and so on.
The most popular on Intel’s side is the i7-9700K, the 14nm and 8-core “high-ratio” of the old-fashioned vulture, which does not resist any of the four models above AMD.
Because amd processors are generally cheap, the range reduced from 82 percent to 77 percent if it’s converted into revenue share, but it’s also bright enough.
The reasons for this situation may be more diverse, such as AMD Ryzen three generations of word-of-mouth accumulation, Intel 10nm desktop processor late to make “and so on” change, “black five” promotion altogether, such as stimulation.
In general, AMD Ryzen does increasingly have the potential to “destroy and decay”.