AMD found out that Ryzen took over CPU share of Intel as it was

AMD boasts performance equal to or better than half of Intel's "Ryzen 7"Was released on March 2, 2017, succeeded in cutting into the mainstream market of CPU that was Intel 's exclusive place. PassMark CPU Benchmarks has announced a graph that shows how much the CPU share of Intel and AMD actually changed in the CPU market where big movements were seen.

PassMark CPU Benchmarks - AMD vs Intel Market Share

The following graph is a graph obtained by counting the number of times Intel and AMD CPUs were measured with benchmark software quarterly during the period from 2004 to 2017. Therefore, although each number is not "number of CPU sales", it counts "the number of CPUs used for benchmarking", so it seems to be a guideline for estimating CPU share. In addition, it counts only x86 series CPU installed in Windows PC, game console is not included.

From the second quarter of 2006 (April to June) when the "Intel Core 2" series was released in the graph, we can see that Intel has increased its share with a steady rise over more than 10 years. Since the release of Intel Core 2, AMD's CPU share has been steadily declining, but due to the release of "Ryzen 7" in the first quarter of 2017 (January - March), AMD In contrast, Intel 's share is showing a falling sharp contrast while increasing market share.

in Hardware, Posted by darkhorse_log