This slide says,AMD ’ s net profit for the full year of 2018 was around $300 million, while Intel ’ s 2019 promotion cost was around $3 billion, a tenfold drop.
Of course, in addition to marketing expenses, the $3 billion also covers Intel's spending on price cuts and subsidies.
For example, the latest release of the new Core X10 series desktop fever processors, to the strong W-2200 series workstation processors, compared to the previous generation prices have been reduced by up to 50%, while the ninth generation Core F series has also had varying degrees of price reduction, which in recent years is extremely rare.
Such a situation, of course, is the most popular among consumers.
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