Team Red or Team Blue Battle Between More Cores And More Clockspeed Single Core Performance
Intel rules the processor market for several years till the launch of the new line of processor by AMD. Ryzen the new line up from AMD completely change the processor market. At this time Team Red Or Team Blue Both of the companies just offers some CPU that are best in their own field. AMD offers more cores more, cache memory, supports fastest RAM that helps Video editor, 3d model designer a dramatic boost over intel. But the only thing that AMD lacks Is Higher Clockspeed that intel offers which help the game enthuses to buy intel.
Which One To choose AMD or Intel?
First you need to think in which purpose do you gonna use the PC. Why I am saying this to decide first because If you want a PC for Productive Work Like Video editing,3d Rendering etc then AMD is best. And if you want a PC for gaming or some application which need high clockspeed then go for Intel.
But we know intel CPU are not Cheap, and whereas AMD provides the most value for money. This is the only reason that AMD becomes the most sell product in last 2 years. In my opinion if you want a CPU that can do both Gaming And Production work then go for AMD.
But What About the features?
In case Of Intel its still stuck at its 14nm architecture still used PCI express Gen 3 whereas for AMD, they uses 7nm architecture along with PCI express Gen 4 Link. In case of AMD you can Use high speed SSD high bandwidth PCI Interface.
Now taking about clockspeed intel is still now the fastest CPU but as per the graph of growth and development of Ryzen series team AMD will soon catch intel.
Comparing the Top Most High End CPU from Both Side
From Intel Side Its Intel i9 10900k and from AMD side its Ryzen 9 5950X.
|Product||Intel I9 10900k||Ryzen 9 5950x|
|no. of cores and Thread||10 cores 20 thread||16 core 32 thread|
|cache memory||20MB||64 MB|
|Max RAM clock speed||2933Mhz||3200MHz|
|base Clock||3.30 Ghz||3.4Ghz|
|PCI Express||PCIE Gen3||PCIE Gen4|
In terms of power draw AMD took less power for more cores due to its 7nm architecture. AMD manages to develop some of the latest technology to offers a next gen experience to its customer. And at the last its all depends on you that how much you wants to spent and in which purpose do you want to use it.