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AMD Ryzen

 


AMD Ryzen

    It’s no secret and many of the AMD Ryzen Review articles suggest that after the first time the Zen architecture launched, the balance in the market has changed. AMD and Intel are the two giants of the desktop CPU market. Especially, when it comes to gaming CPUs. And both companies are trying to do their best in this vital segment of the CPU market. Of course, it is always up to consumers to determine which one is the best. Everyone has reasons to choose between two brands or products. Or some may change their choices over time. Sometimes people think more about the price/performance. Or for some users, accessibility or brand image could be the decisive factors. We can generate many more factors or examples for explaining consumer choice. 

    Therefore, as of 2020, especially on the gaming CPU side, the competition is getting more and more intense. This time AMD has designed some spectacular CPUs. We are talking about the Ryzen 5000 series. They are kind of “the unique” Ryzen CPUs for various reasons. First the Zen 3 architecture and than the increased single-core performance is one of the two important factors that make this series "unique". 

    We are all familiar with the higher core and thread count on the Ryzen CPUs, starting from the initial Ryzen models. And we also know that the pricing strategy seemed a little bit more consumer-friendly, compared to the rival’s products. Considering the domination of Intel in the CPU market, that kind of approach becomes a necessity. On the other hand, it is also a must to respond and compete on the overall CPU performance field. And that is, mostly related to the gaming CPUs. Simply because it is the most profitable and popular segment in the CPU market. Besides, once you conquer the heart of the gamers, you don’t have to be worried about your brand and product perception anymore. So, seeing the increased number of positive AMD Ryzen review contents is a good sign for the company. And we will probably be seeing these signs more than ever after the Ryzen 5000 series.

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