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AMD now has 31% of the CPU market


UltraMega

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In the past quarter, AMD has gained further market share from Intel, with 31.3% of the entire x86 market expected to be represented by team red at the end of 2022, a 2.8% increase from the previous quarter.

 

Despite this, Intel still holds the majority of the market with 68.7%. Mercury Research found that x86 chip sales decreased by 34% in Q4 2022 compared to the same period the previous year, and 19% less than Q3 2022. Despite these declines, the x86 chip market still managed to reach a record sale of $65 billion for the year, though 19% less than in 2021.

https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/percentage-of-the-processor-market-share-amd-has-risen-to-31.html

 

I rarely even consider Intel when I build a new PC these days. The price/performance is a lot costlier than AMD, especially in the used market. 

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14 minutes ago, UltraMega said:

https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/percentage-of-the-processor-market-share-amd-has-risen-to-31.html

 

I rarely even consider Intel when I build a new PC these days. The price/performance is a lot costlier than AMD, especially in the used market. 

Used sure, I'm not sure that's true for new. Depends on which price segment you are looking at I suppose.

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Just now, Sir Beregond said:

Used sure, I'm not sure that's true for new. Depends on which price segment you are looking at I suppose.

It's the motherboards. You can find some comparable CPUs on price but once you factor in the motherboard it usually skews towards AMD pretty heavily. 

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2 minutes ago, UltraMega said:

It's the motherboards. You can find some comparable CPUs on price but once you factor in the motherboard it usually skews towards AMD pretty heavily. 

Guess I will have to look at that more. I saw some of the X670 motherboard prices and they were already pretty ridiculous.

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4 minutes ago, Sir Beregond said:

Guess I will have to look at that more. I saw some of the X670 motherboard prices and they were already pretty ridiculous.

Actually, you are right that AMD mobos for their newest CPU are pretty expensive right now, but if you look at anything other than the newest releases which might still be somewhat marked up just for being so new, AMD is usually a much better deal. 

 

Going back one gen, the cheapest 12th gen i7 is $266 on newegg. The Ryzen 5700x is $200. 

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44 minutes ago, UltraMega said:

Actually, you are right that AMD mobos for their newest CPU are pretty expensive right now, but if you look at anything other than the newest releases which might still be somewhat marked up just for being so new, AMD is usually a much better deal. 

 

Going back one gen, the cheapest 12th gen i7 is $266 on newegg. The Ryzen 5700x is $200. 


Oh yeah, Zen 3 stuff is absolutely cheap at my local MC, I agree.

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While I still have more 'Intel' than 'AMD', the last three CPUs I have added to my stable are all AMD 16c/32t, and I couldn't be happier. I am starting to give some serious consideration to 7950X3D but per my earlier comments in other threads on that CPU, I first want to see some thorough third-part testing, including re. Windows scheduler challenges and such.

 

Apart from that, AM5 X670E mobos are much pricier compared to their more or less direct X570 counterparts, never mind the need for different types of RAM. Finally, a 5.1+ GHz 5950X with 3800+ DDR4 is still great for productivity and in 4K gaming (which I exclusively do), the GPU is more important anyhow.

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