AMD YES is not an illusion.
Previous data, including unit sales, product power and even share, have shown that AMD has been catching up with Intel in desktop cpus for years, closing the gap as never before.
According to data recently published by Raul Bilc of Razzem,In terms of the number of popular processors searched on the Internet since 2019, AMD has only 33 out of 151 popular processors, but it has dominated the top 15, which reflects the great interest of users。
Among them, the absolute search volume ranked the first is Gen Shen U AMD Ryzen 5 5600X, with more than 10 million searches, accounting for 7%. On Intel's side, the Core i9-12900K topped the list with 2.81 million searches, or less than 2%, putting it in 16th place.
AMD's best-selling processor today, the Ryzen 7 5800X3D, has performed equally well, with nearly 5 million searches within a year of its release.
Notably, AMD's share of the x86 PC processor market rose to 31.3% in the fourth quarter of 2022, while Intel's share fell to 68.7%, according to Mercury Research.
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