The popularity of AMD is already indisputable worldwide, and in case it was not clear after announcing its financial results and experiencing great growth in the stock market, additional proof is brought to us by PassMark Software, the company behind the benchmarking tool CPUBenchmark. , which has revealed the market share of desktop equipment that AMD presented during the second quarter of 2020, which grew to 48.9 percent.
Thanks to the graph we can that it was during Q2 2019 when AMD’s market share shot up, and that is that it coincides with the launch date of the AMD Ryzen 3000 for desktops, so it is to be expected that with the launch of the Ryzen 4000 AMD definitely surpasses Intel in market share.
Although AMD is very strong on desktops, the opposite is true in the notebook market, where we can see great growth during Q2, which is when the first computers with AMD Ryzen 4000 Mobile H-series processors arrived and U. Another big growth is to be expected during the quarter, as AMD revealed that more than 50 laptops equipped with AMD processors will be launched.
Overall, Intel’s market share of 62.4% is indicated versus AMD’s 37.6%. Looking at the curve of both companies, soon both will share the market equally. Regarding server data, we omit them, since they are too low to be real (1.6%), since they are below the data provided by AMD on its market share in servers and data centers, and That basically means that AMD’s server CPUs are not being used in this benchmark that provides representative data around the number of sales.