AMD Ryzen CPUs To Power 1/3 PCs Sold By HP By 2019

Intel has been having issues with the supply of the 14nm process chips and that comes at a very bad time indeed as the processor maker has already been having issues with the 10nm process and the chips that were going to come out this year, as well as the next, are going to be based on the 14nm process. If Intel cannot supply these chips then that not only causes issues for the Company itself but for partners that rely on these chips to introduce new versions of their products. This leaves room for AMD Ryzen chips.

Analysts have said that AMD can now triple its market share keeping in mind the kind of problems that Intel is getting into. Other than that Analysts also say that 1 out of 3 PCs sold by HP could be powered by AMD Ryzen CPUs by the end of 2019. This is because Intel has been changing its roadmap pretty frequently and that is something that the partners need to rely on in order to push future products in time.

In light of recent events, AMD seems to be the reliable option keeping in mind the competitive pricing as well as the value for money that the companies AMD Ryzen series has to offer. Analyst Mark Lipacis said:

Fubon’s report that Intel will undersupply the PC market between 4Q18 and 2Q19 leaves us with higher conviction that AMD will report improving revenue, pricing and margins near term, and that is positioned to take share in the high-end PC MPU and server market long term.

Let us know what you think about the AMD Ryzen chips dominating the market space and what the analysts have to say in this regard. It should be interesting to see how Intel is going to deal with this issue and how it plans to come out on top in the end.

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