”Although AMD's overall share of the U.S. retail store market surpassed Intel based on units sold, it failed to generate more revenue than the industry giant. Intel chips, which have a higher average selling price, accounted for 57.6 percent of the U.S. retail market in October based on revenue, while AMD lagged at 40.1 percent.”
Considering the high(er) costs of the Athlon64 class CPUs, it's hoped, to a point, that that trend continues, as midrange processors are already pricier than a few years back.
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