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Core i9-11900K was compared with Ryzen 7 5800X. Intel chip won in synthetics, AMD won in games.
Intel has named the Tiger Lake-H35 as the fastest single-stream mobile processors. But also compared them to older AMD chips
Russian CPU market in January: AMD loses followers, but Ryzen 5 5600X is still bought
AMD had to give way to Intel in desktop and mobile CPU market segments
Intel confirms Iris Xe desktop graphics incompatibility with AMD CPUs
Ryzen 5000 has allowed AMD to double its presence in gaming notebooks, but things aren't going well with graphics
MSI announces Resizable BAR support for a host of its AMD and Intel processor motherboards
Intel DG2 discrete graphics can challenge AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards for $600
Today is the opening of CES 2021. Don't forget the broadcasts from AMD, Intel, NVIDIA and other gaming hardware manufacturers!
Linus Torvalds accused Intel of strangling ECC memory and praised AMD for its support
Intel Core i7-11700K is 8% faster than AMD Ryzen 9 5950X in single threaded Geekbench test
Future Intel and AMD server processors have been sequenced
Intel is not afraid of competition with AMD and ARM and sees it as a good sign
ASRock implemented AMD Smart Access Memory technology in Z490 Taichi LGA 1200 board
Coming Intel Core i9-11900K in gaming test was 11% slower than current AMD flagship
Ryzen 3000 and older AMD processors do not support AMD Smart Access Memory, but Intel does.
Coming Intel Tiger Lake-H Distributed AMD Ryzen 4000H in Geekbench 5 tests
Intel promised that Ice Lake-SP processors will be faster than 64-core AMD Rome. But AMD is on the way to Milan.
AMD will not bet on big.LITTLE architecture and is skeptical about Alder Lake.
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