There's a CPU for everyone in the 10th-gen lineup, but it's messy as heck
With AMD's next-generation Zen 3 CPUs on the way, Intel CPUs could be much cheaper by the end of the year.
A new survey suggests AMD's processor market share is rising and rising fast. Some say it's now at 40%, while other reports claim that it's more like 16%. AMD is doing well, but just how well?
If multi-threaded performance is important to you, then Intel’s upcoming 10900K may be worth a look. With 10 cores, 20 threads, and a boost clock of up to 5.3GHz, it has the potential to trounce the 9900K in multi-core tests.
AMD vs. Intel is a classic matchup, but Intel appears to compete against itself with Comet Lake vs. Ice Lake.
Intel Tiger Lake, with new CPU and GPU cores, could be the most exciting development from team blue in years.
Think Threadripper is dead? Think again. AMD's flagship CPU line might not be on this year's roadmap, but it's not dead and could well bring some amazing new enhancements when it returns.
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The sequel to AMD's Zen 2-based Ryzen 3000 CPUs is slated for a 2020 release and when it arrives, could leverage the new Zen 3 architecture to deliver impressive gains to performance and power efficiency.
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Intel's 10th-gen chips have arrived, and they're based on Intel's troublesome 10nm process. The roll out might start slow, but it could snowball into a behemoth by the year's end, with Ice Lake dominating AMD's best.
AMD's Ryzen CPUs have had a huge impact on the PC industry, from gaming to productivity, but which ones are the best? To find out we put some of the chips through their paces and came out with some solid recommendations.