In the recent reports shared it was released that AMD has reached the largest processor market share in the last 10 years. In addition, the second quarter of the year, a large increase in the company seems to continue to raise the catch.
With AMD Ryzen, there has been a rapid increase in recent years. The last report, which does not include all sold computers, showed that AMD had a record market share. In addition, note that data only covers devices running under the Windows operating system.
According to PassMark’s database, the situation is quite promising for AMD. AMD processor utilization rose from 10% to 20.6% in the first quarter of the year and it rose to 31% in the second quarter. In the last quarter of last year, this figure was 18.1%. The 31% utilization rate is the highest rate in the last 10 years, according to statistics.
It is clear that the AMD Ryzen processors were on sale as of March 2nd, and the first time the market has been experiencing problems with motherboards that are compatible with the new models on the market. Soon, the Ryzen R3 processor family is likely to continue to increase in sales with more affordable solutions, especially with the new APU models expected to be the end of the year.
In recent times, the wind in the CPU market is blowing in favor of AMD. It is a matter of frequent question how the upcoming RX Vega and AMD will perform on the graphics card side of the RX 500 series after the RX 500 series cards, which are not criticized by rising TDP values and which cannot provide a significant performance difference beyond the increased clock frequency on the RX 400 models. In the following days we will keep track of developments together.