Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Intel lost another 5% of market share

11% of DELL's notebook is AMD, 21% of DELL's desktop is AMD. The situation with server is similar.

By 3Q07, expect at least 50% of DELL to be AMD.

13 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm going to assume you did not read the entire article and thought the comment about 81%-76% was the entire x86 market (oh you did think this was the whole market, how sad...)

Read the paragraph before it dumba$$ - the survey is referring to BUSINESS PC survey of ONLY HP and DELL... too funny... you actually did think this was overall x86 market share didn't you...I see a quick post delete on this one...I really do feel sorry - times must be getting pretty desperate for you...

I'm sure the survey takes into account the starving of the channel to feed Dell...oh wait they only surveyed HP and Dell...

And even if this were true of the entire market, this seems to fall quite a bit short of you prediction of AMD exiting 2006 at 40% market share...

Throwing in the towel on that one? Or are you trying to devise some ridiculous calculation to make the # look like 40%. I noticed you have yet to define 40% MSS runrate....

5:14 PM, December 19, 2006  
Blogger Sharikou, Ph. D said...

the survey is referring to BUSINESS PC survey of ONLY HP and DELL... too funny... you actually did think this was overall x86 market share didn't you

In that case, it is even better news for AMD, which had almost zero market share in business PC market to start with.

8:50 PM, December 19, 2006  
Blogger Roborat, Ph. D. said...

This is great news!
The more Dell uses AMD, the more people will associate obsolete, crappy PCs/laptops with AMD.

Watch how AMD goes red next quarter inspite of higher shipment and revenue. Thank you Dell.

4:16 AM, December 20, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I feel sorry for all those people who don't know anything about PC's and ended up getting an AMD processor when all they were looking at was the bottom line price. On the flip side, it's good news for AMD who is benefitting from people's lack of knowledge.

Suckers, getting a $40 cheaper PC when they could have splurged on the extra $40 and got a much more powerful PC! Oh well, you know what Barnum said.

7:03 AM, December 20, 2006  
Blogger 180 Sharikou said...

Doctor - don't defend the defenseless. How can XX% of the enterprise sub-segment be better than winning XX% of the overall market.

http://sharikou180.blogspot.com

7:30 AM, December 20, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"On the flip side, it's good news for AMD who is benefitting from people's lack of knowledge."

Yes people that buy processors that dont have 64 bits.
People that dont buy the processor that have the BEST and cheapper platfforms (AMD).

I also dont understand why people pay so much for crap from Intel, when they are better served with AMD.

"Intel is back on top in retail in the United States, and it can thank Toshiba.

The Santa Clara, Calif.-based chip giant saw its share of computer processors sold in retail outlets in the United States rise from 42.2 percent in May to 51.2 percent in June, according to Current Analysis. Meanwhile, the percentage of PCs running processors from Advanced Micro Devices declined from 57.4 percent in May to 48.5 percent in June.

The shift came because of an emphasis on inexpensive notebooks containing Celeron M chips, according to Sam Bhavnani, director of research at Current Analysis. In notebooks, Intel expanded its market share from 57.3 percent in May to 66.2 percent in June. AMD's notebook share dropped from 42.3 percent in May to 33.4 percent in June.

A lot of those Celeron notebooks were Toshiba models selling for $599 and less, Bhavnani said. "

9:53 AM, December 20, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

rOnly if you know how Dell is going to screw AMD...

4:47 PM, December 20, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Intel is the real problem.
C2d conroe draws 22 watts at idle.
AM2 AMD draws 7 1/2 watts at idle.
CEOs and bean counters when viewing there 1000 desktop computers idle at night will most certainly buy AMD AM2 and save 22000-7500=14500 watts of power on a single overnite cycle or 5292500 watts during a one year cycle.
Intel realizes they have created a massive problem and say they will work on it and get it fixed real soon????????
As usual intel shot itself in the foot since this problem effects both there dual and quad core chips.
AMD is sure to prosper if not be required by the world wide power companies.
So who ever tells you intel market share is going up is just lying.

9:37 PM, December 20, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"C2d conroe draws 22 watts at idle.
AM2 AMD draws 7 1/2 watts at idle.

CEOs and bean counters when viewing there 1000 desktop computers idle at night will most certainly buy AMD AM2 and save 22000-7500=14500 watts of..."

So just to check your math skills (must be from Sharikou mathematics...)

14.5Watts*1000computers = 14500 Watts

see the problem yet ... night time is how long?

Oh and energy is measured in Watt-hours (or more commonly KWH's)...

Please provide link for 7.5Watt idle for AM2...

11:08 PM, December 20, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cpu/display/sempron-3000_9.html

Old, but if socket 939 does 9.3W, am2 at 65nm will do less for sure.

On the same link Celeron 351 does "only" 37.7W and 95W Burn, almost the same (or more) of one top performing processor.

3:31 AM, December 21, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And how much Watts does QFX eat up at Idle state? 200 Watts? Sheez. How can AMD tout energy-efficiency with that?

5:58 AM, December 21, 2006  
Anonymous edward said...

"How can AMD tout energy-efficiency with that?"

Except AMD didn't (tout power on QFX).

11:21 AM, December 21, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


AnĂ³nimo dijo...

I feel sorry for all those people who don't know anything about PC's and ended up getting an AMD processor when all they were looking at was the bottom line price. On the flip side, it's good news for AMD who is benefitting from people's lack of knowledge.

Suckers, getting a $40 cheaper PC when they could have splurged on the extra $40 and got a much more powerful PC! Oh well, you know what Barnum said.

7:03 AM, December 20, 2006

talk about a retard fanboy defending intel, whos triying to sell SUPERDUPER OLD TECHNOLOGY ALA NETBURST for pissport money ( as long they get rid of these useless products.. )

9:49 AM, December 27, 2006  

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