AMD is still well and truly dominating Intel in the processor world, selling more than twice as many chips as its rival according to one retailer.
The latest stats from German retailer Mindfactory, for the month of March, pegged AMD as selling 69% of all CPUs, meaning Intel only held a 31% market share.
This is a familiar story by now, as if you rewind six months to the retailer’s September 2018 figures, AMD held almost two-thirds (65%) of the market.
And that has increased slightly since, with AMD at 69% in November, shifting 16,000 units compared to Intel which managed just under 8,000 sales.
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In these most recent March statistics, AMD sold around 13,000 units compared to Intel’s 6,000, opening up the gulf even further.