The Germans still have small interest in Intel processors. Mindfactory store statistics for September doesn’t show anything new

The Germans still have small interest in Intel processors. Mindfactory store statistics for September doesn’t show anything new

September is over, which means that it’s time for the latest statistics of the largest German online store Mindfactory regarding processor sales. Nothing particularly new has happened in a month: AMD is still leading by a huge margin.

However, its share fell from 84% to 82%, the lowest since November last year. At the same time, the first ten best selling CPUs are still almost completely occupied by Ryzen processors.

The Germans still have small interest in Intel processors. Mindfactory store statistics for September doesn't show anything new

Only the eighth place is occupied by Core i7-10700K, which, by the way, rose by one position in a month. The store has sold 910 CPUs of this kind in a month. For comparison, Ryzen 5,3600 was sold 6870, and even 12-core Ryzen 9,3900X was sold in times more – 2410 units.

The Germans still have small interest in Intel processors. Mindfactory store statistics for September doesn't show anything new

The average selling price for AMD rose by 16.1 percent year on year to 223.4 euros, while for Intel it rose by 1.6 percent to 294.8 euros. Intel does not have any new desktop processors, so the company will not be able to significantly increase its share. And AMD has already this month released a new Ryzen 5000, so the company’s share may grow again.


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