FUD Zilla reports LGA775 chips still account for 77 percent of Intel's processor sales. LGA1156 has captured 18 percent and is expected to grow to 44 percent in Q4 2010, while Atom is expected to rise from 5 percent of shipments today to 7 percent by the end of the year. The least popular socket is LGA1366.
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.