AMD Reportedly Takes 74% Market Share According To Mindfactory Retail Sales In Two Weeks After Zen 2 Release

Ryzen 3000 series boosted AMD’s sales significantly since they added stock cooler into the retail package. TechEpiphany reports that Mindfactory sold 810 units of Ryzen 7 3700X that beats records in top sales. Last three top positions are taken by i7-9700K, i5-9600K, and i9-9900K. Logically, lower prices, more cores, more threads, and Wraith Prism cooler served as the main cause for rising AMD’s market share.

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Market share of AMD dramatically increased in German retailer site. However, AMD’s margins decrease if thinking reasonably.

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Eventually, the revenue increases after gaining serious market share. While AMD’s average price is 220 Euro, Intel sells for average 290 Euro – for a higher price. Therefore there is a 6% difference between market share and revenue.

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