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Most powerful processors ever made: intel vs. AMD

Four primary functions of CPU or processor is fetching, decoding, executing and write-back. By the way CPU is brain of computer so picking a good processor may be tougher work for you so we are here for your good hope with vision.

You may have been heard about single core having one core to process different operations, dual core having two cores inside ic(integrated chip) chip which is faster and quad core which has two dual core reside on single ic chip.

 Here, battle of good performing processor begins between Intel and AMD. Let’s check it out.

Market update review, now a days to judge which better and reliable PC for my software is very difficult. But I must tell Intel has its own reliability of its brand because highly demand in industry.

Where you rich at highest rank, you always find some level of opposition in front of you. So, Intel vs AMD comes in our mind.

Identify my processor by Intel:

Intel introduced in 1968 by first microprocessor chip named Intel 4004 chip. Now a days, it has most popular “i” series processor in the market with new fifth generation technology.

Well, you know that Intel corporation is multinational company whose main business is manufacturing of semiconductor chip. The company was found in 1968 and still it is demand now. It is one of the largest company and highly ranked in market by brand value in US dollar.

Advantage of Intel:

  • high price
  • strong stability
  • strong single core performance
  • good multi-threading
  • advance technology
  • very less power consume

Identify my processor by AMD:

AMD was founded in 1969 and AMD is a great choice for those want incredible gaming smoothly and video creators. It is a processor as APU(CPU+GPU). Intel is no match to AMD’s inbuilt graphics. AMD(Advance micro devices) is American multinational semiconductor company.

AMD is award winning performance and optimized processor technology for games, creators and streamers.

Advantage of AMD:

  • low price
  • good overclocking
  • powerful use in gaming
  • upgrades in graphic cards
  • fast responsiveness
  • professional security

Features of processors:

  • Great battery life
  • Powerful security
  • Cache for rapid access
  • Lightning-fast workload by cores/thread
  • Superlative CPU speed
  • Double bandwidth support
  • Graphic card is external options for

Also you can do more with your cloud computing, real-time analytics, processing for your mission-critical business, and big data insights. Improve data center and server efficiency and reliability to handle any workload.

Intel Vs. AMD are two largest product of x86 CPUs in the world. But over past five years, Analysis says Intel is better for long term investment and AMD  is better for investment who are having to take it in budget.  

Monthly revenue:Intel vs. AMD

Intel® Processor Names and Numbers:

Intel® Core™ Processor

Intel® Core™ X-series:

Features:
  1. CPU cores/thread:10/20
  2. Base Clock :3.70 GHz
  3. Cache:19.25 MB
  4. TDP:165 W
  5. max boost clock: 4.70GHz
  6. Price: ₹ 70,250.00

Intel® Core™ i9 processors:

Features:
  1. CPU cores/thread:10/20
  2. Base Clock :5.3 GHz
  3. Intel Optane Memory Support
  4. TDP:125 W
  5. max boost clock: 3.0 GHz
  6. memory type:DDR4-2933
  7. Price: ₹ 58,000.00

Intel® Core™ i7 processors:

Features:
  1. CPU cores/thread:4/8
  2. Base Clock :4.80 GHz
  3. Cache:8 MB
  4. max boost clock: 4.90GHz
  5. U-ultra low power
  6. Price: ₹ 40,000.00

Intel® Core™ i5 Processors:

Features:

  1. CPU cores/thread:6/12
  2. Base Clock :2.00 GHz
  3. Cache: 12 MB
  4. TDP: 25 W
  5. max boost clock: 3.60GHz
  6. Price: ₹ 21,500 .00

Intel® Core™ i3 Processors:

Features:
  1. CPU cores/thread:5/5
  2. Base Clock :800 MHz
  3. Cache: 4 MB
  4. Scenario Design Power : 7 W
  5. max boost clock: 2.80 GHz
  6. Price: ₹ 16,900.00

Intel® Pentium® Processors

Intel® Pentium® Gold G6500T Processor

Features:
  1. CPU cores/thread:2/4
  2. Base Clock : 3.50 GHz
  3. Cache: 4 MB
  4. TDP:35 W
  5. max boost clock:4.10 GHz
  6. Price: ₹ 8,000.00

Intel® Pentium® Gold G6500 Processor

Features:-
  1. CPU cores/thread:2/4
  2. Base Clock : 4.10 GHz
  3. Cache: 4 MB
  4. TDP: 58 W
  5. max boost clock: 4.10 GHz
  6. Price: ₹ 9,329.00

Intel® Pentium® Gold G6400T Processor

Features:
  1. CPU cores/thread:2/4
  2. Base Clock :3.40 GHz
  3. Cache: 4 MB
  4. TDP: 35 W
  5. max boost clock:3.40 GHz
  6. Price: ₹ 8,000.00

Intel® Celeron® Processors

Intel® Celeron® Processor G5900TE

Intel® Celeron® Processor G5900T

Intel® Celeron® Processor G5920

Features:
  1. CPU cores: 2
  2. Base Clock :3.50 GHz
  3. Cache: 2 MB
  4. Processor Graphics :Intel® UHD Graphics 610
  5. TDP: 58 W

AMD Processor Names and Numbers:

While AMD company released in 1970 and it’s named as AMD processor. Now a days, it has totally changed by its layout and architecture with ready technology. I must tell you that generation changes well it with technology also changes day by day.

AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper Processors:

AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ 3990X Processor

Features:
  1. Graphics Model:Discrete Graphics Card Required
  2. CPU cores/thread:64/128
  3. Base Clock : 2.9 GHz
  4. TDP: 280 W
  5. max boost clock: 4.3 GHz
  6. Price: ₹ 1,40,990.00

AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ 3970X Processor:

Features:
  1. Graphics Model:Discrete Graphics Card Required
  2. CPU cores/thread:32/64
  3. Base Clock : 2.9 GHz
  4. TDP: 280 W
  5. max boost clock: 4.3 GHz
  6. Price: ₹99,990.00

AMD Ryzen™ Processors :

AMD Ryzen™ 9 3900XT Desktop Processor

Features:
  • CPU cores/thread:12/24
  • Base Clock : 3.8 GHz
  • TDP: 105 W
  • max boost clock: 4.7 GHz
  • Price: ₹ 35,000.00

AMD Ryzen™ 9 3950X processor:

Features:
  • CPU cores/thread:16/32
  • Base Clock : 3.5 GHz
  • TDP: 105 W
  • max boost clock: 4.7 GHz
  • Price: ₹ 70,250.00

AMD Ryzen™ Processors with Radeon™ Graphics:

AMD Ryzen™ 7 4700G (OEM Only)

Features:
  • CPU cores/thread:8/16
  • GPU core: 8
  • Base Clock : 3.6 GHz
  • TDP: 65 W
  • max boost clock: 4.4 GHz

AMD Athlon™ Processors with Radon™ Graphics:

AMD Athlon™ 3000G Processor with Radeon™ Graphics

Features:
  • CPU cores/thread:2/4
  • GPU core : 3
  • Base Clock : 3.5 GHz
  • TDP: 35 W
  • Price: ₹ 5,000.00

AMD Ryzen™ PRO Desktop Processors:

AMD Ryzen™ 9 PRO 3900 Processor

Features:
  • CPU cores:12
  • Base Clock : 3.1 GHz
  • TDP: 65 W
  • max boost clock: up to 4.3 GHz

AMD Athlon™ PRO Desktop Processors:

AMD Athlon™ PRO 300GE Processor

Features:
  • CPU cores/thread:2/4
  • GPU cores : 3
  • Base Clock : 3.4 GHz
  • TDP: 35 W

Intel processors offer a number of strengths, including power conservation, graphics performance, processing speed, and processing power. However, Intel processors also tend to be more expensive than their AMD counterparts – something to be mindful of if you’re on a budget .

By comparison, AMD processors tend to be more affordable than Intel chips. Additionally, AMD processors can do things that Intel chips can’t. Whereas most Intel processors are locked in at a fixed clocking speed, many AMD processors can be “overclocked” – that is, they can be made to run at a faster speed than is available right out of the box. For some, this feature alone makes the AMD chipset the obvious choice.

Ultimately, there is no “best” when it comes to answering the question, AMD or Intel? Both feature strengths and weaknesses. It is possible, though, to find a processor that better suits your individual needs.

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