AMD takes Intel's share in the processor market and in monetary terms

AMD continues to take Intel's processor market share not only in quantity but also in monetary terms. According to the latest data from Mercury Research, according to the results of the second quarter of this year, AMD took 16.9% of the market, which is 0.8 percentage points higher than in the previous quarter and an impressive 7.3 percentage points. higher than a year earlier. 

The last time AMD had such high performance was in the fourth quarter of 2006! As you can see from the table, if we talk separately about the consumer and server segments, the situation is similar there.  

In this case, we repeat, we are talking about monetary terms. If we talk about quantitative, there is no fresh data yet, but according to the results of the first quarter, AMD occupied 20.7% of the total CPU market.  

The source also adds that on the American sites Amazon and Newegg, the lists of the best-selling CPUs now consist almost entirely of AMD processors.  

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