AMD has a quarter of the x86 CPU market share
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%.
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.