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AMD processor share is expected to reach more than 30% at the end of the year: the highest value in 10 years

AMD processors have already gained more than Intel's sales share in multiple DIY markets, but looking at the global x86 market, Intel still maintains a market share of nearly 80%.

However, the situation will change again at the end of this year.

According to analysts, AMD's share of the PCDIY processor market will reach its peak in 10 years and is expected to exceed 30%.

At present, AMD's 7nm product line has been fully blossomed, the Ruilong 3000 processor led the way, the RadeonRX5700 graphics card in the mainstay, the native support PCIe4.0 X570 motherboard is to provide more gameplay for enthusiasts.

In addition, it was reported earlier that AMD may have a third-generation thread tearer CPU in October, with a maximum of 48 or even 64 cores. In addition, the CES in January next year, the 7nm mobile platform CPU or APU also has a very high probability of official debut.