Final month, AMD Ryzen CPUs outsold Intel’s Alder Lake CPUs, persevering with to carry sturdy DIY market share in Germany

The latest sales and revenue share of AMD’s Ryzen & Intel Core CPUs from Germany’s largest tech retailer, Mindfactory, were announced by Born on Reddit.

Intel Alder Lake CPUs Gaining Market Share Globally, but AMD Ryzen CPUs Continue to Dominate the DIY Segment in Germany

Over the past few weeks, we have report How the overall PC market is declining due to rising inflation. Both AMD and Intel are expected to see a drop in desktop sales next quarter but it looks like the German DIY segment remains a stronghold for AMD’s Ryzen CPUs, continuing to outsell new Alder Lake CPUs. Intel’s best and best. ‘

Mindfactory Intel Core & AMD Ryzen CPU Sales/Revenue Metrics (Credit: u/Ingebor):


Looking at the sales figures, Mindfactory reports that in June, 63% of CPUs sold were from AMD and 37% were from Intel. The number of AMD Ryzen CPUs reached more than 7,500 units while Intel CPU sales reached nearly 5,000 units. Out of all the CPUs AMD has sold, the most popular ones are the Ryzen 5 5600X, Ryzen 7 5800X, and Ryzen 9 5950X. In fact, the Ryzen 9 5900X sold more than the mainstream Ryzen 5 5600G and Ryzen 5 5500. This is mainly because the discount offers that Zen 3 series receive so far it is almost two years old.

Intel, on the other hand, shows that nearly all of its revenue comes from its 12th generation Alder Lake product line. Intel’s most popular CPUs are the Core i7-12700K, Core i5-12400F, and Core i5-12600K. Revenue split is similar with 61% of Mindfactory’s CPU revenue coming from AMD or more than €2.5 million while Intel CPUs amount to 39 percent or over €1 million in sales value. You can easily see a downward trend in sales and revenue figures, which is reminiscent of the declining PC market mentioned above.

Metrics per Intel Core & AMD Ryzen chips by Mindfactory (Credit: u/Ingebor):


The highest revenue comes from the top three chips, the Ryzen 5 5600X (435,000 Euros), the Ryzen 7 5800X (416,000 Euros) and the Ryzen 9 5900X (391,000 Euros). Intel and AMD CPU prices are both falling and Intel has recently started a retailer-specific discount Up to 5% off on select 12th Gen Alder Lake CPUs. This discount is scheduled for the current month so will not be reflected here as these figures are from the previous month.

As for the family split, both Intel and AMD have their latest Alder Lake (12th Gen) and Vermeer (Ryzen 5000) CPUs, representing 75% of sales and 83% of revenue. The AMD Ryzen Threadripper and Intel Core-X HEDT product lines have completely disappeared from this chip line due to the fact that DIY enthusiasts haven’t received any new product lines in over two years. AMD has announced that Threadripper 5000WX CPUs are coming to the DIY segment but these will be official PRO parts, which will require users to spend more than before for family HEDT.

Based on the report, it looks like Germany will continue to be AMD’s stronghold unless Intel comes up with something really good. We’ll see if Lake Raptor could take away further market share from AMD in the mainstream segment later this year as the red team will focus on AM4 on the mainstream and AM5 on the high-end segment.

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