We all know that computer technology has improved much more in the ’20s and while coming to the processor’s Intel has the lead at the first when there is no competition, now AMD has come into the picture competing with the latest-gen Intel Core processors with AMD Ryzen processors. There is a lot of difference when comes to the performance, cost pricing, the tech which was used in them, and the integrated GPU which comes from both Intel and AMD. let us roll into some specifications and find out which is best for the respective things which we need the most.
Intel has recently announced the core i9, also the 9th generation core i7 and core i5 with the latest 8 cores and 8 threads with a base clock speed of 3.6 GHz that can be boosted up to 4.9GHz, also the core processors are mostly used for the notebooks like laptops, also the budget desktops which are the at the best price tag and core started with i3 to at present i9 with a lot of improvement related to power consumption, processing speed, multi-tasking, intensive graphic creation work capabilities, the capability of playing extreme graphical games and also for the day to day tasks with ease.
The Best INTEL CPUs at a glance
- Intel Core i5-10600K
- Intel Core i9-10900K
- Intel Core i7-10700K
- Intel Core i9-10980XE
AMD is the best competition to the INTEL, In the last couple of years, the AMD processors have gained more credibility in the CPU world. Delivering sheer performance at a much lower price than the competition, they’re taking over and gaining more attraction among consumers over Intel, AMD also recently announced RYZEN 9 3900X, with its predecessor RYZEN 3,5,7 series latest generation CPU processors, when comes to a budget point of view the AMD has an upper hand and attracts more customers with overclocking their CPU out of the box.
The best AMD CPUs at a glance
- AMD Ryzen 9 3900X
- AMD Ryzen 5 3600X
- AMD Ryzen 3 2200G
- AMD Ryzen 9 3950X
- AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX
AMD vs INTEL:-
When comes to specific comforts there is a lot of difference in these both so for our day to day tasks. We can choose one of them as our daily driver, like if you are a gamer and you need to purchase a gaming system with a decent price tag you can choose AMD without a choice because AMD offers the best-integrated GPU with its processors, also which can be overclocked and boosted for the best performance so for day to day normal tasks like you are just a business magnet that you always work with MS office then also you can choose any one of them just there will be a less difference like 8-10% smooth performance when comes to Intel but, if you are a person thinking about the COST(Budget) and you are not much interested in that 8-10% performance upgrade then you can go on with the AMD system processors.
Without a doubt, the best AMD processors are a better value for your money. They manage to be generally more affordable than their rivals without compromising on performance, making them ideal for not just the budget-conscious consumers. And, while Intel has tried to regain the lead with its Comet Lake chips, starting with its 10-core flagship capable of 5.1GHz boost, AMD still seems to have the upper hand in the AMD vs Intel battle.
If you want to build the best PC, be it for gaming or serious engineering applications, Intel is your best bet. If you need a cheap computer that can get the job done, AMD’s lower offerings are still fantastic bang for the buck, primarily for gaming. Most modern gaming is very GPU reliant anyway, so a $70 AMD processor and a $300 video card will still do far better than a $370 Intel CPU with integrated graphics.
So guys choose yourself for your best, if you are thinking about budget and not with that small performance bump with INTEL you are good to go with AMD RYZEN, If you need the BEST and do not have a problem with the Budget you can go with the INTEL CORE, when comes to the question which is best, both are the beasts when comes to performance both compete for each other with a great and lesser difference.
So guys pickup your choice and comment below which you choose the best from both.