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Testing AMD Ryzen and Intel Kaby Lake For Business Use

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isnt this compare apples n oranges 8 vs 4 core

ryzen attractive 64gb can't wait for 16core at 128gb?

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The most interesting processor announcement of the year has been AMD's Ryzen desktop processors, based on the company's new Zen architecture. I've been looking forward to AMD getting more competitive in this market for some time, and now that I've had the chance to run some real benchmarks, I've found some interesting differences, with AMD looking great in some tests, but lagging in other areas.

AMD has historically been Intel's main competitor in desktop and laptop chips, but has lagged appreciably over the past few years, so much so that it hasn't really been worth trying to compare the two. But Ryzen is much more competitive—indeed, the top-of-the-line Ryzen 1800X, based on the company's Summit Ridge platform, offers eight cores and 16 threads, with a nominal clock speed of 3.6 GHz and turbo speeds of up to 4.0 GHz. It's manufactured on GlobalFoundries' 14nm process, sells for $499, and AMD has mostly been comparing it to Intel's Core i7-6900K (Broadwell-E), which has a similar number of threads at more than twice the cost.

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Date: Apr 21, 2017   


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