Uh-oh – AMD is getting its butt kicked by Intel right now

Despite enjoying a few years of increased market share, it’s now predicted that AMD Ryzen desktop CPU revenue is expected to fall by around 26% in 2022, with the success of Intel’s Alder lake being named as one of the likely causations.

As reported by WCCFTech (opens in new tab), Joseph Moore, market analyst at Morgan Stanley (opens in new tab), claims that AMD Ryzen revenue could plummet this year due to a mix of various factors within the industry. The PC market saw a general decline in 2022 (which in itself was caused by various issues), and with fewer folks looking to buy consumer-grade desktop CPUs, competition has been fierce.

Unfortunately for AMD, Intel’s 12th-gen Alder Lake processors were extremely well received and as AMD is lagging behind with next-gen releases, it would appear that folks building a PC didn’t feel like waiting for the arrival of Zen 4.


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