Puget System Data Shows Intel Leading Against AMD In Client Desktop CPU Market, Xeon Losing To Threadripper.
Puget Systems has released its latest market share statistics which show Intel leading the desktop client segment versus AMD CPUs.
The data published by Puget Systems include all of their system orders throughout 2021-2022.
The systems mostly include workstation PCs and list them by per order instead of total unit sales.
Some orders have been filtered out as they can cause random spikes within the stats.
So starting with the details, we first have the client desktop CPU segment which comprises the Intel Core & AMD Ryzen CPUs.
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To summarize some of the bigger trends:
In 2022, Intel took the lead in the client CPU space for us, completely flipping our ratio of AMD Ryzen and Intel Core CPUs from the previous year.
However, AMD didn’t budge in the workstation space, with Threadripper PRO sales outpacing Intel Xeon by nearly 20:1.
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