AMD has surpassed the Computer Chip giant Intel in terms of sales as per the statistics provided by the German retailing company Mindfactory. Intel is trying to pace up with AMD in the competition as AMD has created quite a wave in the chip manufacturing market with its newest products.
AMD Leads through Intel with Newer and Advanced Chips
AMD is gearing up to present its 7mm Zen 2-based Ryzen processors soon. On the other hand, Intel is trying to sustain with its 14mm chips. Intel has not yet debuted in the 10mm-based processing units as it faces issues with the manufacturing.
AMD makes higher sales in November
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As per the figures from Mindfactory.de, AMD is ahead in the battle as it started leading since the last quarter of 2018. In November this year, it has sold more than 16 thousand processors through Mindfactory. The number is double of what AMD sold in November 2018. A noteworthy fact is that this number is the largest in sales made by any processor seller through an online retailer for a month.
While AMD sold whopping 16 thousand processors, Intel managed to sell only eight thousand CPUs during a similar period in 2017. The stats clearly show that AMD is winning hands down.
Second Generation Chips are Bestseller
AMD’s second-generation Ryzen CPUs comprise the most significant portion of the company’s sales. The Ryzen R5 2600 and R7 2700X emerged as the most sought-after chips along with Ryzen r5 2600X flagship product. On the other hand, the best sellers from Intel have been Coffee lake i5 and i7 chips.
The reports from other sources state that the Intel Core i9 processors have been able to beat AMD’s chips in the sales despite being costlier.
AMD is undoubtedly ahead of Intel in terms of sales and revenue generation in November. Still, it made sales of record 3 million Euros in the month, which is a record high for Mindfactory.
Intel Gears to Pace Up
Even though the figures show trends in the CPU sales in Germany, it does reflect upon the more significant challenges Intel may face in next year. AMD newer Zen 2 Chips offer sparingly high competition to the company, while Intel plans to develop 10 Core consumer-grade CPU popularly known as Comet Lake -s.
The coming year will show whether Intel manages to stay up in the race facing the tough competition from AMD.