News AMD CPU Shipments in Japan Sink to 25% of Total, Intel Achieves 74%

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I feel there is no reason to worry for AMD. Demand is cyclical, and when there are better/ newer alternatives, it is expected that demand for older chip will drop. Not to mention that AMD have sold very well last year, and I really don't expect demand to be red hot, especially when Zen 4 chips are on the horizon.
 
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I feel there is no reason to worry for AMD. Demand is cyclical, and when there are better/ newer alternatives, it is expected that demand for older chip will drop. Not to mention that AMD have sold very well last year, and I really don't expect demand to be red hot, especially when Zen 4 chips are on the horizon.
Intel dominated last year too...

Intel x86 Desktop CPU Market Share: 84%
Intel x86 Laptop CPU Market Share: 78%
Intel x86 Server CPU Market Share: 89%

The only thing AMD had a high market share on was DIY builds... but that looks to be tied with Alder Lake now.
 
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Intel dominated last year too...

Intel x86 Desktop CPU Market Share: 84%
Intel x86 Laptop CPU Market Share: 78%
Intel x86 Server CPU Market Share: 89%

The only thing AMD had a high market share on was DIY builds... but that looks to be tied with Alder Lake now.
Is that owned market share, or sales market share?
 

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