Comparison of AMD and Intel 2023 processors: Which is better? PC desktops are one of the best platforms for customizing, upgrading and setting one’s preferences as different parts combine can make work or gaming settings do their job.
Two of the major companies leading the sales of CPU processors are AMD and Intel, which have new releases for the new year, aiming to improve technology and performance with their innovation.
AMD vs. Intel
Both companies are top of the competition, in terms of gaming and PC device performance specs, both for desktop platforms and laptops running on Windows or Linux operating system platforms. Apple’s iMac would be on this list, but it would soon ditch Intel’s CPU for 2023 releases that would include its ARM-based Silicon, the M1.
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There have been loyal supporters and “fanboys” for both AMD and Intel, who prefer the used processor over the other, thus starting a fan war for the best processor out there. While this is quite a tricky debate to wrap up and award a winner, there is an obvious company that has risen from the trials and tribulations, now to master the performance of the computer.
AMD vs. Intel: 2023 Processor Comparison
16-core Ryzen Threadripper processor
According to Tom’s Hardware, several factors make the technology of both companies outshine the other and there should be points of consideration and personal needs to keep in mind when buying one. After all the reviews and benchmark tests, usage and necessity still matter, especially for an expensive purchase like processor upgrades.
One of the main factors to consider is the affordability of both processors as it is a massive factor that user is concerned about when looking for new computer parts.
|Threadripper – €3,750||Cascade Lake X – €1,000 to €2,999|
|Ryzen 9 – €800||Core i9 – €600|
|Ryzen 7 – €450||Core i7 – €390|
|Ryzen 5 – €320||Core i5 – €200|
|Ryzen 3 – €130||Core i3 – €173|
* The prices above are rounded up to the highest possible price and do not include the initial offer from both companies. Also, only CPU processors and no Silicon-based technology is included in the review.
AMD vs. Intel: Who is the winner?
Overall, AMD dominates the latest processor release for 2023, beating Intel in a game it’s an expert at. Despite the company’s imminent threat of shutdown and bankruptcy nearly four years ago, it rebounded and turned to chip manufacturing and computer processors as its focus and specialization.
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