Intel Socket LGA 1366 Still At 1% Market Share
Intel has been shipping Core "i" CPUs for more than a year now, but the good old LGA 775 processors still account for 77 percent of sales. This tells a story of its own, as LGA 775 keeps going strong and it will continue to hold almost 50 percent at the end of the year. These are the results of Intel's predictions for Q1 2010 sales. Socket LGA 1156, the new Lynnfield and Clarksfield socket, is responsible for 18 percent of all Intel shipments and its market share is supposed to grown to 44 percent in Q4 2010. The least popular socket is LGA 1366, the one that takes care of Nehalem generation of old Core i7 and soon to launch six-core Core i7. Its share won’t grow and this tells you that only one percent of all processors sold by Intel end up in the hands of enthusiasts who like super high end products. µ
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