Ryzen 9 3900X: The Beast
Way back in July 2019, AMD took the processing world by storm when it launched it’s much-awaited “Ryzen 9 3900X”. It started as a 12-core processor with 24 threads. As a result of which, it fired the Geek bench score exceeding even 12k.
It set the benchmark for its direct competitors like Intel to surpass and come up with a more powerful chipset. It’s been one of the chipsets available for gamers as it is an excellent example of a gaming-centric processor available in its price range.
Intel Core i9-10900K: A Response To AMD
In response to AMD, Intel is coming up with its 10th gen processors soon. As a result of which, its one of the most potent chipset, i.e., “Intel Core i9-10900K”, has created hype. It has been confirmed in slides of the official site of Intel, that it will be a 10-core and 20 threads processor.
Also, This will compete directly with AMD Ryzen’s 3000 series and other premium processors. In recent years, it’s noticed that AMD Ryzen chipsets are more of a better gaming-centric processor than its rival Intel. So it “ll be interesting to see where this lands and will live up to its hype or not.
Intel Core i9-10900K Vs Ryzen 9 3900X
Nothing can be told about anything until it reaches the market. But a few days back, a Geek bench score revealed indicating scores of Core i9-10900K. It showed a score of about 11100 for the multi-core performance of the chipset. It may look good on paper, but when compared to its rival Ryzen 9 3900X, the hype once created fails. Compared to much older Ryzen chipset, core i9 has a lower hand as the Geek bench score of Ryzen chipset surpassed 12k. That’s not even close.
But in single-core performance, Intel has the upper hand slightly but that too by only 7-8%. So if the same results continue, then maybe Intel loses here as in the price of a Ryzen 9 3900X is around an 8th gen Intel processor, and it may even lag behind the race for the best gaming processor.
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