AMD has been closing Intel’s huge dominance in the gaming PC market each month with more CPU sales, and the Steam’s Hardware survey is a proof of it.
While last month AMD managed 28.84% of the CPU share, Intel only managed to keep it 71.16% with an overall gain of 0.67% share compared to March.
Whereas this month, even without launching a substantial amount of CPUs except the mobile processors of Ryzen 5000, AMD is rocking with its old Ryzen 3000 and four Ryzen 5000 processors in the consumer market, AMD has gained a nice 0.70% market share in just a month.
As you see the details, AMD has gained 0.51% share in Windows while Intel losing the same percentage while Intel is losing more macOS share because Apple is ditching Intel CPUs, and with days, that share will get narrower.
Whereas, the main area where AMD managed to crank up share is in the Linux department, gaining as much as 0.78% in just a month.
AMD is looking a lot more stable than last month regarding supply as you are getting more Ryzen 5000 series processor both for desktops and laptops. However, AMD needs to bring new products to tackle Intel’s Tiger Lake-H processors and upcoming Alder Lake CPUs.
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