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Windows does not do it under Windows, but AMD quietly surpasses Intel on the Linux system

via:凤凰网     time:2022/8/2 13:01:27     readed:142

A few years before the Ryzen processor, AMD was not as good as friends Intel in all aspects. There was a 10 -fold gap in revenue. The market value of the stock was zero. However, the situation has changed in recent years. The scale has been reduced to about 3 times, and the market value is also historically transcending. Now AMD has quietly achieved a breakthrough -the share under LINUX has just exceeded Intel.

The results of the Steam hardware survey in July came out, and the conventional content was not mentioned. Let's take a look at the changes in the Linux system.

Compared with the Windows platform, the Linux game platform is a very niche market, with a total share of only 1.23%, an increase of 0.05%over the previous month.In contrast, Windows game platform share is 97.03%, and the Mac platform has 1.74%.

However, compared to July last year, there are still some progress in the Linux platform. At this time at this time, it just exceeded the 1%share mark. The growth of this period should be related to Steam Deck. The recent delivery speed has increased.

Windows下干不过 AMD悄然在Linux系统上超越Intel

There is also a change worthy of attention,That is, the share of the AMD processor in Linux has risen by 5.39%, reaching 50.99%, and the first time it exceeds 50%.The share of the Intel processor decreased to 49.01%, and was drove over a field by AMD.

Of course, the rise in AMD's rise has a important relationship with Steam Deck. In addition, the new OpenGL performance has risen recently.

Windows下干不过 AMD悄然在Linux系统上超越Intel

Under the Windows platform, Intel's processor share is still 66%, AMD's share is 33.7%, which also increases by 2.2%.

Windows下干不过 AMD悄然在Linux系统上超越Intel

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