Market research company PC Data said yesterday chip company AMD had taken more than 50 per cent share of the US desktop retail market in February, the second month in a row that AMD has trashed Intel's retail share.
The figures show AMD at 51.4 per cent, Intel at 38 per cent and Cyrix at 10.4 per cent.
AMD is reportedly in negotiations with other chip manufacturers to use their fabrication plants to step up production.
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