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AMD hits highest x86 CPU share since 2013 - Mobility Sees Huge Share Gains, Ryzen Desktop & EPYC Server Steadily Climb

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AMD Q2 2020 x86 CPU Market Share (via Mercury Research):
Q2 2020Q1 2020Q4 2019Q3 2019Q2 2019Q1 2019Q4 2018Q3 2018Q2 2018Q1 2018
AMD Desktop CPU Market Share19.2%18.6%18.3%18.0%17.1%17.1%15.8%13.0%12.3%12.2%
AMD Mobility CPU Market Share19.9%17.1%16.2%14.7%14.1%13.1%12.2%10.9%8.8%N/A
AMD Server CPU Market Share5.8%5.1%4.5%4.3%3.4%2.9%4.2%1.6%1.4%N/A
AMD Overall x86 CPU Market Share18.3%14.8%15.5%14.6%13.9%N/A12.3%10.6%N/AN/A


AMD Mobility CPU Market Share Q2 2020

AMD's mobility segment saw the biggest market share jump in the second quarter of 2020. The share increased from 17.1% (Q1 2020) to 19.9% (Q2 2020).
This is a +2.9% increase over previous quarter and a +5.8% increase over the previous year. As of right now, a 19.9% market share in the mobility segment is the highest ever achieved by AMD since its inception.

The latest AMD market share statistics from Mercury Research have been released and according to them, the red team has just secured its highest x86 CPU market share since 2013. This marks a major win for AMD in its continued journey with the Zen family of processors, reaching for newer heights with each successive generation of Ryzen and EPYC CPUs.

AMD Secures Its Highest x86 CPU Market Share Since 2013 - EPYC Server & Ryzen Desktop Helped But Ryzen Mobility Dominated
The results for the second quarter of 2020 were reported by Mercury Research (via Tomshardware) and they paint a very positive picture for AMD's entire x86 segments. During the second quarter of 2020, AMD hit an x86 CPU market share of 18.3% which is the highest since 2013 (Q4). AMD also hit an all-time high for its mobility CPU market share thanks to the newly launched Ryzen 4000 Renoir line which has been received very positively by the tech community and consumers alike.

MORE: https://wccftech.com/amd-hits-highe...ins-ryzen-desktop-epyc-server-steadily-climb/
 
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Entroyp

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Amazing. I purchased a 3700x for a home lab I buit last month and I’m very happy with the cost to performance ratio.

I was going to get an intel chip but they were more expensive.
 

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the dominance on sales to gain overall % on those time frame must be really great.
 
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Goro Majima

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Sounds about right since the last AMD PC I built was using a Phenom II X4 955 way back in like 2009 or 2010. Before that it was probably an old Athlon XP 1800+ in the early 00s.

I don’t know if any processor was king as long as my i5 2500k system during the great stagnation years.