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AMD's 3rd-gen Ryzen chips aim to directly compete with Intel's best offering

10 January 2019 2

The currently ongoing Consumer Electronics Show 2019 has been quite impressive and tech companies are pushing the boundaries of technology with their innovative products showcased at the show. AMD also announced that they would be shipping its much anticipated 7-nanometer 3rd generation Ryzen 3 chips in the mid of this year.

Interestingly, AMD carried on a test between its offering against Intel’s latest 8th generation Core i9-9900k chip while boasting how its technology consumes 30 percent less power and also offering better performance. AMD’s CEO Lisa Su shared in a statement regarding this,

"Now you really see the power of 7-nanometer technology and what being aggressive with technology does,"

It’s fair to consider that Intel’s i9-9900k is currently the most powerful chip from Intel and the world is yet to test AMD’s best technology yet in the real-world scenario, though it’s healthy for the industry to see how AMD’s is willing to compete directly with Intel’s best offering, which would only push the technology further, benefiting the industry overall.

The CEO also shared the frame of the AMD’s chips sharing how it’s quite different from the previous versions where it comes in a larger and smaller die where the smaller die holds the eight 7-nanometer cores while the larger die is meant for input/output module.

Currently, there is no news on the price yet and we’ll keep you updated on that.



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