AMD Ryzen has been a huge success over the years, but how much does it sell? AMD never seems to have released shipments from Ryzen until now. AT THE FAD 2020 ANALYST CONFERENCE, AMD BROUGHT FULL OF DRY GOODS:
Including the official announcement of the 7nm Zen 3 architecture, 5nm Zen 4 architecture, and mentioned that the Ryzen processor 2017-2019 cumulative shipments of 97 million, these three years are 23 million, 31 million, 43 million, 2018, 2019 growth rate of 35%, 39%!
AMD says this is mainly a powerful driver for the third-generation Ryzen 3000 Series desktop processor and the second-generation Ryzen Mobile 3000U Series processor.
AMD also gave another number, the Zen processor over the past three years shipped a total of 260 million cores, but because it is not clear the exact proportion of Ryalong, Dragon, it is not possible to determine how many cores, estimated at about 6.
On the market side, AMD says its share of consumer processors was only 9% in 2017, 13% in 2018 and 17% in 2019.
AMD processors had a desktop market share of 18.3 percent in the fourth quarter of 2019, up 2.4 percentage points from a year earlier, and 16.2 percent in mobile, up 4.1 percentage points from a year earlier, according to Mercury, a city agency.
AMD also revealed that amd’s average selling price for consumer processors increased by 6% in 2018 and 14% in 2019, respectively, which also brought more revenue and profits to AMD, giving it more resources to develop new products and create a virtuous circle.