OFC they are. They just COULD do way better. With how they handled last decade they could absolutely grab 90% of the 400 million devices to be sold this year, but they cannot handle the market, and they ride the fame they made, and this will stop some day.You just have to wonder how much worse Intel should be doing so that there would be some decline in Profit... They Are still printing money !
And they will most likely continue to print money. Enthusiasts need to remember that we are a small market and AMD gaining market share here and in entry level servers/HPCs is not the big fish.You just have to wonder how much worse Intel should be doing so that there would be some decline in Profit... They Are still printing money !
Not surprising as its using Willow Cove which is a cache redesign.Intel is producing Tiger Lake on 10nm+ process, according to the cc. Leaked benchmarks show comparable single core performance to 3950x by a 28W Tiger Lake U. So, it looks like Intel has some nice gains in 10nm+. On density, they were already comparable to tsmc 7nm. These Tiger Lake chips ship to OEMs this summer, according to CES comments.
I don't find it hard to believe considering they are going to be rolling out more 10nm based CPUs, server and mobile, and plan to have FAB 42 up and producing 7nm by next year. That should alleviate 14nm.Does anyone believe them anymore when they state a date for the shortages to be over?
Because the enthusiast DIY market is just a small sliver and a much lower margin market than markets like mobile, which AMD just released a competitive part but will meet resistance with Tiger Lake, and HPC. Intel has focus in a lot of markets AMD does not such as AI and FPGA.How can it be when I see in amazon in many countries the ryzen sell so good?
Is it because of oem system, notebooks and servers?
Would really appriciate an answer.
By people I mean common people. If you go to the mass majority of people and ask them about AMD or Intel more people will know Intel than AMD and if they know both more will know Intel better. I can remember a recent commercial with the Intel jingle. I can't remember a recent commercial with an AMD jingle.I saw it in amazon in lots of countries but i unsderstand the answer.
Btw I am not in the US and i think most of the people do know AMD even if they don't really check what they buy.
I also remember that i've read that intel has 85% of the market share in mobile.
I guess it's explain it and hopefully AMD will gain some marketshare in notebooks.
Competition lowering prices .
Thank you for your answer.