AMD customer shipments up 44%


AMD customer shipments up 44%

The announcement of the Xilinx deal forced AMD to release its quarterly report a few hours earlier than usual, so the Form 10-Q was delayed a bit. Acquaintance with this type of quarterly report allows you to understand how much progress AMD made in the third quarter in physical terms, in terms of product shipments in the customer segment.


As a reminder, AMD’s third-quarter revenues in the client processor and graphics segment grew 31% year over year to $ 1.7 billion. The company explains that this was achieved mainly due to an increase in the number of Ryzen processors shipped. The cumulative product mix of consumer CPUs and GPUs increased by 44% in the third quarter over the same period last year.

At the same time, the average selling price decreased by 7%. As AMD explains, this was mainly due to a decrease in the average selling price of Radeon graphics solutions in light of the approaching announcement of new video cards. In fact, video cards of the current generation simply became cheaper and sold worse due to the proximity of the announcement of the successors.

In the first nine months of this year, AMD’s customer revenue grew 47% to $ 4.5 billion, while the number of conventional units increased by 39%, and the average selling price managed to grow by 5%. However, in this case, the central processors simply “pulled out” the video cards, since the share of more expensive Ryzen models increased, but the not very successful phase of the life cycle of Radeon video cards let AMD down from a financial point of view.




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