The battle and debate over AMD vs. Intel CPUs has been waged for decades. Intel has been the dominant force for most of the war, but AMD’s Ryzen processors are shaking things up, and the upcoming AMD Ryzen 3000 series could legitimately claim the throne for the first time in more than a decade. Here’s the current state of AMD and Intel CPUs, the pros and cons of each, and everything else you really need to know about the great CPU debate. And if you’re wondering which one to buy, check our guide to the best CPUs for gaming, or grab one of the best graphics cards to pair it with.Note that for this article, I’m focusing primarily on mainstream desktop CPUs. Both AMD and Intel offer a variety of processors, including mobile and server solutions. The mobile chips are often similar to the desktop parts, only with lower clockspeeds and power use, while server and workstation solutions generally cost a lot more and aren’t really necessary for most consumers any longer.Intel 8th and 9th Gen CPUsThe fastest gaming CPUs right now are Intel’s latest (8th and 9th) generation CPUs (codename Coffee Lake). The first 8th Gen parts came out… Read full this story
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