Statistics from the Mindfactory retailer, one of the largest in Germany, showed that AMD Ryzen 7000 processors were in great demand at the start of sales: 850 units were sold in the debut week (week 39 of the year). But the next week, something went wrong.
In the 40th week of this year, from October 3rd to 9th, only 250 Ryzen 7000 processors were sold – 70% less than in the debut week! What this is connected with is not clear. But it should be noted that in general for the 40th week of the year, the sales of processors decreased: if in the 39th week the retailer sold 5200 processors, then in the 40th week 5080 processors were sold. In addition, the share of CPU AMD decreased from 75.38% to 71.26%. Accordingly, the share of Intel increased.
Sales of 13th generation Intel Core processors will start soon, and this, no doubt, will put additional pressure on AMD. Perhaps sales of “red” CPUs will continue to decline.