Once again, thanks for doing this, Conina.
It's strange how little Ampere gained given that not only Turing, but also Pascal cards fell in the survey. We'll see how they do next month with two extra Pascal cards in there .
AMD's situation is... well, it's a disaster that AMD doesn't seem to be able to fix. Either that or they don't care about it given that they still sell everything they produce and make record profits.
On another note, if you don't mind me saying this, I don't think all the CPU results you post are "that" interesting, and I'm talking specifically about the different frequencies. In my opinion, and please don't take this wrong, the summary you make of those (the Intel/AMD 2.0+ GHz, 3.0+ GHz, etc.) are enough to give us a picture of how they're distributed.
Also, even though they're not splitted by brand, the stat that tells us how many cores have those CPUs is also important. 4 cores still rule over the 6 core ones.
Please excuse my bad English.
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