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AMD sales hit 80% for mindfactory.de

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I appreciate it is only one retailer, but a major one at that. Mindfactory, one of Germany's largest retailers have released figures (which a redit user compiled into graphs) showing a massive uplift in CPU sales for AMD with both market share exceeding 80% and sales hitting 75% for team red,

Surely this has to be a massive hit for Intel and just goes to show that Xen2, despite the issues reported with the CPU's and availability have been the success that AMD hoped for. I wonder once availability issues are solved if the numbers could creep higher.

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These are very big numbers for AMD.
 
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Amd is killing it there.

Mindfactory, one of Germany's largest retailers have released figures

Not Mindfactory, it's reddit user that collects this data. Even says so under graphs to the left.
 
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Amd is killing it there.



Not Mindfactory, it's reddit user that collects this data. Even says so under graphs to the left.

Mindfactory still had to release the figures for him to compile it, ;-) but I did edit to make it clearer ;-)
 
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Matisse paints a beautiful picture for Zen 2 and Ryzen 3000 as AMD claims 91% of Mindfactory's CPU sales for April


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Not really surprising this gen amd is pretty darn good and to top it off amd flooded the markets in the US and prices are dropping lower

Intel's dripping supply releases have kept the top dogs pretty much like bigfoot sightings lol 10980xe/ 10900k
Only chips around are silly priced 8 core 9900k's for nearly the same as 10 core 10900k price tag at 529.99
 
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It just goes to show that consumers are voting with their wallets and aren't going to put up with Intel's bullying, pricing and bugs.
 
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Hardly surprising really; Outside of the 1% with no financial constraints whatsoever, the only Intel chips currently worth buying are the 10600K and the the i3-10100. The 10600K needs a premium cooler, premium RAM, and premium z-series motherboard to really shine (all of which add to the already-high cost) - so let's say that the platform costs (AIO+Z490) add $100 more to the Intel platform than to an AMD platform. Sure, you can also buy an AIO and high-end X570 board but you don't have to.

The i3-10100 is a perfectly decent budget option that includes an IGP. I personally think that the i3 at up to 4.6GHz for $130 is more appealing than AMD's 3400G. It boosts higher, it costs less, and there are plenty of great low-budget Intel boards to support it.

So, outside of those two edge cases, pretty much every single Intel CPU is worse than its AMD competitor, and even then, the success of the 10600K comes with the caveat that you could basically buy a 3900X for not a lot more. No the 3900X, stock cooler, and B550 are not as good at 720p 240Hz gaming as the 10600K, and they also cost an extra ~40 over the 10600K, AIO, and Z490. But you are literally getting twice the performance for anything multithreaded. Once you look at that $40 extra for a 3900X and also look at how games have shifted from "4 cores is enough for anyone" to games clearly benefitting more cores, do you really want only 6 cores for a 2020 build with 8 cores in each of the next-gen consoles? Zen2 cores, at that...
 
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AMD would sell even more if they could keep the 3300X in stock.
 
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I may drive to North York to get one from my local PC store but they will probably be sold out by that time. My local Canada Computers listed them at 10 AM (Not for online) by 10:30 only 3 stores have more than 1 CPU across the province of Ontario which is about the size of Texas, California and New York combined.
 
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Availability is the only thing hurting AMD at the moment. As a result of the limited supply, prices are all over the place - skewed enough in some cases that the Intel platforms are looking like a good deal again.

Sure, the 10400F on a B460 board isn't going to set the world on fire but it's availabe, affordable, and for someone in need of a machine and unable or unwilling to wait for limited AMD stocks to arrive at something approaching the MSRP, it's a good deal.

I'd take the 10400F+B460 over a 3600+B450 at the moment, just because they are functionally close enough and the Intel option is currently €25 cheaper whilst being readily available. At the low-budget end, the 2933MHz limitation of the B460 platform isn't going to be much of a loss over cheap DDR4-3200 CL16 on Ryzen anyway.
 
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