Amd vs intel battle
When choosing a new system, one of the hardest decisions you have to make is choosing AMD or Intel products for the CPU. This is important if you are building a PC from scratch, choosing one off a shelf, or want something more portable.
This makes it especially important to know which company is currently among the best on the market. For Intel, these are difficult years, and as AMD begins to make waves in the processor market, the next few years may be crucial.
The contest between AMD and Intel has been a bit of a back and forth. However, this year will be an interesting period for both businesses and consumers. As the global COVID19 pandemic affects the wallets of manufacturing plants and consumers, this may bring huge changes to both companies. The
report shows that although Intel may have a hard time in 2020, they may perform strongly in the first quarter. As hardware manufacturers buy chips to prepare large orders, this has led to a slight increase in Intel's revenue. Of course, this will slow down because people don't have that much money to play, but it hopes that neither company will be affected too much.
Barron reported that Intel may face revenue losses in the second quarter, with revenue falling to $16.8 billion. Although this may still be a lot, forecasts indicate that by the end of 2020, Intel's earnings may fall by 5-10%.
When it comes to AMD's earnings, they are likely to see a similar trend. However, this is after the initial surge in interest and purchases after the launch of the new Ryzen 4000 series and the new 10th generation Intel processors. As more and more people need a rugged laptop to work from home, as shopping increases, this quarter could have had a good start. However, as we respond to the impact of COVID19, this situation may slow down quickly for the rest of the year.
Intel has launched a 14nm processor series, which will be based on Comet Lake H architecture high-end gaming laptops.
At present, Intel’s flagship is the 8-core 16-thread Core i910980HK processor. It is equivalent to the recently released AMD Ryzen 9 4900H. The
i910980HK has 54 more stars than the Core i710750H, with a basic frequency of 2.4GHz and a core frequency of up to 5.3GHz.
AMD has been working hard to gain some control in the mobile market through the 4000 series, and the recently released version looks very promising. However, with Intel breaking the 5 GHz barrier for laptops, Intel seems not ready to give up the battle.
Judging from the number of options provided, Intel still occupies a dominant position in the market. With Intel mobile CPUs, you can choose from 8th, 9th and 10th generation CPUs in a variety of different laptops.
In this regard, AMD is still a bit behind, but they are quickly catching up with various processors. Ryzen 5, 7 and 9 are currently available in different models and variants.
This is not to say that Intel has nothing to worry about. AMD's progress means that they are beginning to regain some of the market share previously held by Intel.
Intel is also trying to maintain a leadership position in the market for desktop processors and other companies.
However, AMD has recently conquered the market with its Threadripper series of processors. Compared to Intel's products, these not only proved to have a large number of cores, but their prices were also significantly lower. The Intel Comet Lake
CPU will replace current 9th generation processors and will choose to use Hyper-Threading to compete with AMD products. Hyper-threading will allow these processors to make better use of each CPU core for better performance.
Although Intel chips may not have the advanced cores that AMD chips have (like the impressive 64-core Ryzen 9 3990X), hyper-processing is expected to make up for some of the shortcomings.
With AMD using the 7nm process node in its CPUs, Intel decided to stick with the 14nm process for its processors, although this is a highly optimized version. It will be interesting to see when Intel decides to adopt this process or if they will try to further optimize the 14nm process. An open letter from Intel
CEO Bob Swan spoke about his ideas in terms of nodes, stating that 10 nanometers "won't be as powerful as people expect from 14 nanometers," and they know they won't reach it in 2019. Expectations.
This may mean that they won't fight too much on the 10nm node, but they will try to compete with AMD on the 7nm node in the future. However, this is all speculation, and only time will test Intel's plans for the future.
Intel's entry into the graphics card market will be an interesting event worthy of attention, especially since Intel has already competed with AMD in the CPU market.
Intel plans to use its Intel Xe graphics to compete with AMD and Nvidia in the GPU market. However, not much is known about these graphics cards. They appear
In 2020, it is still standing after seeing a recent epidemic.
Recently, Intel launched the graphic stubizing software, and it may be possible to prepare to create a GPU GAMINGEADY market way immediately. These graphic cards include rumors with ray tracking support that will put these cards in market spread. However, it seems that it is a path behind AMD and NVIDIA in that regard.
The battle between AMD and Intel seemed to be dead at any time. In the new processor line of the Ryzen 4000 series, competition is simply hot.
But Intel is now a hand that does not switch on its market share. Although AMD takes time to be able to cry in the market, I have a wonderful start until now.
In the current situation, 2020 is seen as 2020, which two companies wanted. I wish, things will begin to return to normal delays later, but otherwise we could see 2021 before we saw some important changes.