German store sees Intel’s motherboard earnings surpass AMD’s for the primary time in years

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What simply came about? Within the everlasting processor struggle between Intel and AMD, group blue has scored a win—to an extent. German store Mindfactory stories that Intel’s motherboard earnings has handed AMD’s for the primary time in years, although it nonetheless lags at the back of with regards to the full collection of gadgets offered.

Twitter’s TechEpiphany (by means of Tom’s {Hardware}) stories that all over week 7 of 2022, Mindfactory’s knowledge confirmed Intel motherboards generated €234,656 (round $266,604) whilst AMD variants controlled €208,236 (~$236,587). That implies Pat Gelsinger’s company was once accountable for 53% of Mindfactory’s overall mobo gross sales cash, and Lisa Su’s corporate won a 47% percentage.

Tom’s {Hardware} notes that the figures are important as a result of Germany has lengthy been a stronghold for AMD, particularly for the reason that release of its Zen structure.

It’s additionally vital to notice that whilst Intel did earn more money from its motherboards than AMD in week 7, its rival offered extra gadgets. Consumers purchased 1,590 AM4 motherboards that week, whilst the full collection of LGA1151, LGA1200, and LGA1700 forums offered was once 1,350 gadgets. That’s nonetheless much more than what Intel controlled over the previous couple of weeks—client LGA 1700 (Z690) forums arrived in November along the Alder Lake processors. Additionally, the mainstream Alder Lake chips and H670, B660, and H610 forums handiest introduced in January.

Intel’s mobo earnings was once upper because of its dearer motherboards. The typical promoting worth (ASP) for Intel forums in week 7 was once €173 ($196), whilst AMD motherboards’ ASP was once €131 ($146).

Remaining week noticed Intel unveil its generation roadmap via 2024, together with Raptor Lake, Meteor Lake, Arrow Lake, and Lunar Lake. It’s additionally been a excellent month for AMD, which surpassed Intel’s marketplace price for the primary time ever following its $49 billion all-stock takeover of Xilinx.

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