Today Mindfactory sales data is back in the news, but this time to see CPU performance Intel Core 13 (lake of raptors). Unlike the AMD Ryzen 7000 (Raphael), Intel’s launch can be classified as “successful“ because these processors have helped increase sales by 70%. Either by encouraging sales of its new CPUs or through the offers applied in the previous generation.
Despite this, AMD leadshence the “successful“. Of course, this does not lead as AMD would like, and that is that most processors sold are the Ryzen 5000, i.e. the previous generation processors at a discount. On the other hand, it’s his AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D the one who directs the sales. In other words, it cannibalizes the sales of the new generation.
Bittersweet victory for AMD: the Raptor Lakes are above the Ryzen 7000
🔥 CPU Retail Week 42 (Rocket Lake Launch)
Total: 6315 (📈+38%)
AMD: 4260 (📈+26%) units sold, 67.46%, ASP: 295.99
Intel: 2055(📈+70%), 32.54%, ASP: 384.6
— TechEpiphany (@TechEpiphany) October 23, 2022
It’s a very bittersweet victory for AMD since, among the 10 best-selling CPUs, there is not a single Ryzen 7000. In the case of Intel, we have its high-end processor, the Core i9-13900Ksales leader of Raptor Lake, as well as the most affordable version: the Intel Core i5-13600K.
Specific, the 7 best-selling processors in said store are from AMD. This list is led by Ryzen 7 5800X3D with 1,020 units sold. It is followed by Ryzen 7 5800X (560 units sold), the Ryzen 5 5600X (530), the Ryzen 7 5700X (370), GAP Ryzen 5 5600G (360), the Ryzen 9 5900X (310) and the Ryzen 5 5600X (290).
AMD’s dominance is shattered by Intel Core i5-12400F (260 units; 8th place), and right after that we have two Raptor Lake processors: the Core i9-13900K (250), and the Core i5-13600K (160). The first AMD Ryzen 7000 we come across is the Ryzen5 7600X in 13th place with 120 units sold, while right behind is the third Raptor Lake processor on the list, the Core i7-13700K with 110 units sold. This corresponds to the number of units sold with the Ryzen 7 7700X. Interestingly, the cheaper Raptor Lakes without integrated graphics sold significantly less: Core i7-13700KF (80 units sold), Core i9-13900KF (70) and Core i5-13600KF (60).
Intel Raptor Lake Doubles AMD Ryzen 7000 Sales
Adding the sales of the AMD Ryzen 9 7950X (40 units sold) and Ryzen 9 7900X (50 units), to the total during this week, AMD has sold 320 next-gen processors. Adding up all of Intel’s next-gen processors, the company managed to sell 730 units. This implies that the AM5 socket accumulates 320 processors sold, compared to the 1,745 LGA1200 processors sold by Intel, since the previous generation processors are also of great interest due to the discounts applied and sales have increased.
This, yes, the most popular platform was the AMD AM4with a total of 3,940 processors sold. Eye, quite large numbers, but the interesting thing comes when of these 3,940 processors sold 1,020 belong to Ryzen 7 5800X3D. On the other hand, the Ryzen 7 5800X and Ryzen 5 5600 have accumulated 560 and 530 units sold. That’s to say only these three processorsalready represent more than half of sales.
In this way, it is clear that the majority of AMD users have preferred to renew their gaming PC acquire only the best processor company for gaming, instead of having to add a new motherboard and using DDR5 RAM to the equation.