The 7 nm sharp dragon 3000 processor launched by AMD in July last year has been selling well. Next month, it should launch an improved version of the sharp dragon 3000 XT Series processor, which is expected to add another fire. AMD is advancing steadily in DIY market, which may rewrite the history of 10 years, with market share approaching 30%.
They had a 16.9% share of the x86 client market by the end of 2019, with the desktop market reaching 18.3% overall still below 20%, according to data previously released by AMD. AMD said their share would continue to rise, far from the end.
What is AMD's share of the x86 DIY market? The official didn't announce the goal. There should be no pressure to reach the 20% share this year. The next milestone may be 30%. This is the upper limit that AMD hasn't been able to break in more than 10 years. At that time, K8 was so excellent that it didn't do so.
In x86 CPU market, AMD's CPU product roadmap has been well implemented in recent years, especially after the introduction of 7Nm zen2 last year, plus the 500 Series motherboard supporting PCIe 4.0, amd has completely turned over in the high-end market, bringing benefits not only from the CPU / motherboard sales, but also from the recognition of the strength of AMD by large manufacturers, which began to add amd platform.
From the supply chain news, Asustek, gigabyte, MICROSTAR, Huaqing and other four main board brands will continue to expand the proportion of AMD chipsets this year. At the same time, Lenovo, HP, Dell, Acer and other machine brands have also recognized AMD, and the models of notebook and desktop computers adopting amd sharp Dragon are also increasing rapidly.
Compared to years ago has been relying on cost-effective to attract customers and consumers, today's AMD has been different, relying on performance and brand initiative to pull to major customers, this situation has not been seen for more than 10 years, especially this year's sharp dragon 4000 in the notebook market counter-attack success, a lot of points for AMD.
To sum up, with the support of these large factories, it is only a matter of time AMD realize the 30% share of retail channels in the future, and now there should be no manufacturers to doubt AMD CPU again.