AMD has a quarter of the x86 CPU market share

AMD’s share of the x86 processor market continues to grow. Recently, Mercury Research, research, and analysis company reported that AMD has set the second-highest position in history after the fourth quarter of 2006. It is not easy to know that AMD can do this. All of this starts with the release of Zen architecture. After that, Ryzen and EPYC series processors helped AMD sweep the industry.
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According to HardwareTimes reports, in the last quarter, the third quarter of 2021, AMD’s overall market share of x86 processors increased by 2.1% from the previous quarter to 24.6%, which is approximately one-quarter and close to the historical high of the fourth quarter of 2006 (25.3%), at that time, the K8 architecture was in full swing, and the current difference is only 0.7%.

AMD has a 22% market share in the x86 processor segment of notebook computers, an increase of 1.8% year-on-year, a record high. In the third quarter of 2021, AMD’s revenue share in this market also reached a record high of 16.2%, a quarterly increase of 1.3%, and a year-on-year increase of 3.9%. For AMD, this is very remarkable, because in the notebook computer market, the gap with the competitor Intel has always been relatively large, and Zen 3 architecture products have shown great power.

On the desktop platform, Intel has launched a counterattack against AMD’s Ryzen 5000 series by releasing the 12th-generation Core series processors. Alder Lake has many new features. Next, AMD will respond by adopting the Zen 3 architecture Ryzen processor with 3D vertical cache (3D V-Cache) technology, the APU code-named Rembrandt, and the EPYC processor code-named Milan-X, and continue to push AMD forward.