This is a new record.
April ended, and a fresh report from the largest German online store Mind factory on sales of desktop processors appeared on the Web.
Germans are almost uninterested in Intel processors. AMD’s Mind factory Sales Exceed 90%
AMD continues to hold the palm, but in April it managed to set a new record: 91% of all sold CPUs wore the AMD logo. Prior to this, the best indicator was 88%.
About a third of all sales came from Ryzen 5 3600, which is quite logical. The Ryzen 7 3700X also sold well. Among Intel processors, the best was the Core i7-9700K, but its sales were approximately at the level of the old Ryzen 5 1600. Judging by the diagram, Mind factory sold approximately 33,000 processors in a month.
The average selling price of CPUs from AMD for the year increased by 1%, to 235 Dollars, and from Intel immediately by 25.8%, to 369 Dollars. It is also worth noting that Intel had a sharp quarterly growth rate of 15%. Perhaps this means that customers have stopped buying inexpensive CPU companies.
The latest Intel Comet Lake processors will be on sale this month, and it will be very interesting to see how this affects the statistics. It can be assumed that Intel will be able to increase its share in Mind factory sales, but it is unlikely that the changes will be dramatic.