Nevertheless, the contrast between Ryzen 5 2600X and 2600 is not so obvious.
The core of the physics six is the two generation dragon chip, which sells roughly the same price as the previous generation. Many of the first generation of CPU have disappeared from the Mindfactory shelves, perhaps because retailers have opened the discount sale.
Overall, in the CPU sold in June this year, the share of the red team (AMD) and the blue team (Intel) accounted for 45% and 55% respectively.
But because of the smooth channel, core i7-8700K's sales are quite strong. The original CPU sales were restored to near parity levels, but the contribution of AMD processors to Mindfactory revenues decreased dramatically over time.
After the launch of Intel Coffee Lake, AMD chose a very positive pricing strategy.
Last month alone, i7-8700K sold more sales than AMD. In contrast, AMD accounted for 45% of the original sales data, but last month's revenue was only 38% (two figures were much lower than last year).
Ingebor also detailed the analysis of CPU sales for the past four months. The chart shows that the Summit Ridge, which supports the first generation of sharp dragon CPU, has an amazing performance in June.
Similar income analysis shows that in the past month, Pinnacle Ridge series CPU accounted for 51% of the total AMD, while Summit Ridge was 30%.
At the same time, Intel's situation is that the Coffee Lake processor accounts for the majority of sales and revenue.
This huge difference may indicate that Intel has a greater drive to motivate user system upgrades, while the two generation of the AMD's sharp dragon product is not significantly enhanced by its predecessor.In general, it is clear from the Mindfactory data that i7-8700K is Intel's strong response to the AMD dragon and is more attractive to fans.Even the arrival of Pinnacle Ridge failed to shake the status of Coffee Lake.Although these figures represent only one side view of a retailer in a certain region, at least the result of the competition between AMD and Intel is to bring more benefits to consumers.[compiled from:TechReportSource:IngeborVia:Reddit]