The Red team has again bounced back in Steam’s latest Hardware Survey after losing chunks of shares in June’s Hardware Survey. To everyone’s surprise, Intel again bounced back by gaining as much as 1.72% market share in just a month; however, AMD is again back on track this month.
In May, AMD reached the 30% market share for the first time, and this trend seemed to continue until last month. However, July’s hardware survey shows AMD gaining 0.65% of the total CPU market share, accounting for a total of 29.18% market share, while Intel coming with 70.82% market share.
As we see in the detailed report, AMD is gaining chunks of share in the Windows segment, especially in the 3.3 GHz to 3.69 GHz range and 3.7 GHz and above range. AMD’s Ryzen 5000 series processors are a key area why its average selling price of CPUs have increased in the last quarter as per their latest revenue report.
Now with the new Ryzen 5 5600G and Ryzen 7 5700G processors, AMD is trying to snatch some of the people who are tempted in buying discounted 11th Gen Intel CPUs. So, this trend shall continue until Intel launches the 12th Gen products, and even in Linux, AMD is gaining more share than ever!