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The Rise of Ryzen


AMD has moved from 23 to 32% desktop market share between Q2 and Q3 of 2019, while Intel has fallen from 76 to 68% during the same time period. This is clearly a zero-sum game, where a win for AMD is a loss for Intel. This article offers an explaination for why AMD has been able to take market share away from Intel on the desktop [CPU]. Bottom line, it is all about the transistor budget and the design rule.



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