AMD and Intel Sales Data at Mindfactory

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April 1, 2020
March Data
The coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak doesn't seem to have impacted AMD and Intel's CPU sales in a major way. The April edition of our Mindfactory sales data reveals that sales for both Intel and AMD are only marginally down month on month. This is in-spite of Germany being in a state of a partial lockdown.

Sales volume for both the chip manufacturers actually increased in the second half of March, compared to the first half. AMD's market share in the first half of March stood at 88.4% while Intel was left with a 11.6% market share. This marked an increase of 240 basis points for AMD from January-end, which is in-line with our previous assessment.

AMD's bestseller microprocessors for the period was Ryzen 5 3600 and Ryzen 7 3700x, each of which registered a sales volume of 3,660 and 1,770 units, respectively.
April 1, 2020
March 3, 2020
February Data
The latest Mindfactory sales data reveals severe shortages at Intel. About 30% of the SKUs in our coverage went out of stock, out of which, 70% sported an Intel branding.

Our supply chain checks reveal that AMD has been relatively been unaffected by the coronavirus outbreak. The supply shortages at Intel, on the other hand, seem to existing internationally across major sales channels. 

These shortages seem like a deliberate decision by Intel's part, as it retrofits its manufacturing facilities with 10nm fabrication units and gradually brings them online, for its impending launch of 10nm-based chips scheduled for later this year.

This essentially means Intel is finally en-route to launching its 10nm chips. For AMD, these shortages should further bolster its market share at least until Intel announces the general availability of its next-generation microprocessors.
March 3, 2020
February 1, 2020
January Data

We've expanded our coverage to 66 SKUs, up from 52 back in December. 

Purchase trends normalized in January as holiday season euphoria faded. AMD's Threadripper line-up saw an uptake of nearly 300 unit sales in the second half of January, spread across 3950x, 3960x and 3970x.

Besides, AMD's market share stood at about 85.4% while Intel's came in at 14.6%. The trends are consistent, AMD's Ryzen 3000 series continue to outsell Intel by a significant margin. Also, AMD's Ryzen 2000 sales seem to have increased in the second half of January, compared to its first half.

This goes to indicate that AMD has hit a sweet spot with its price cuts.
February 1, 2020
January 4, 2020
December Data
AMD and Intel Sales Volume. 

AMD was off to a great start in the first half of December, outselling Intel's sales by a factor of 7-to-1. Its new Zen 2-based 3600 quickly became the best seller. Unlike Intel, AMD registered healthy sales figures from its previous generation SKUs as well.

Unit sales for both the brands declined sequentially in the second half of December, as Black Friday frenzy faded. Having said that, sales for both the chipmakers were higher compared to the second half of November.
January 4, 2020
December 3, 2019
November Data
We began tracking AMD and Intel Sales Volume at Mindfactory in November.

AMD outsold Intel by a factor of 4-to-1 in the first and second halves of November. Its Zen and Zen 2-based SKUs saw a nearly identical portion of AMD's overall shipment volume.

Intel's sales, on the other hand, were largely dominated by its newer generation SKUs indicating that its 8th and 7th generation processors have quickly gone out of favor.
December 3, 2019

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