AMD Ryzen CPU Market Share Overtakes Intel in Major Asian Pacific Markets

It looks like AMD’s Ryzen 3000 series is really making an impact for AMD. Reports from major Asian-based retailers show that Ryzen processors are gaining more popularity than Intel’s Core processor lineup. According to Danawa Research, a firm that is run by Danwa (one of the largest retailers in South Korea), the volume of AMD Ryzen CPUs sold exceeded the number of Intel Core processors just a few days after the new Ryzen 3000 series chips became available.

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As soon as markets opened on the 8th of July, AMD CPU sales saw a surge up to 48.72% from just 28.24% a day earlier. This trend continued and the volume of AMD CPUs sold exceeded Intel’s in just two days. AMD was at 53.36% compared to Intel’s 46.64%.

Not only that Danawa Research also shared the statistical figures of the number of clicks on their retail outlet for each processor brand. Since the launch of the Ryzen 3000 series interest of AMD processors has gone up to 71.39% compared to Intel’s 28.61%.

Danawa also shared the percentages of what specific processors are selling the most.

Other news comes from BCN Ranking, who rounds of data from major outlets in Japan. They reported that AMD Ryzen CPUs have managed to overtake Intel’s share and now stand at 50.5% versus Intel’s 49.5%.

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