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AMD processors account for about X% of computers in sets


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It is surprising? Not really. Surprisingly people are still buying Intel.

AMD can't satisfy all the need for processors alone, not even close.
They mostly make up for the inability of Meet the demand (Intel is known to have severe production problems with 10 NM that does not yield throughput of 14NM that was active until it was converted to 10) while earning market share they deserve.

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If they couldn't provide And there was a price demand would go up, right now the prices aren't really going up and the used market / specs aren't really strong (except for the 3950X and Intel doesn't have a parallel processor at all) if 3600 really wasn't possible even though there was a demand you would see sellers on Amazon and eBay put it at $ 250, but Meanwhile, it sold for less than the MSRP.

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Right. They can provide that overall requirement, along with what Intel sells, is enough. Alone they were courses and the price was flying like in the crypto period with GPU prices.


If you are already paying her for the lack of compliance you are already processors .

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So I realize you just didn't understand what I wrote in the first comment?
I have written "It is surprising? Not really. Surprisingly people are still buying Intel. ”Because people are still buying Intel and not Although they clearly do not That give a reasonable cost-benefit ratio.
Or did you just quote me by mistake?

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It's very clear, I just added Good thing not everyone buys AMD Because Unable to meet everyone's need.
If only there were processors Available their price was soaring because the shortage that was created was huge ..
with all the good will Unable to meet the market's need alone, not even close.

On the point they have, , A product is better than most in all respects We agree :)

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