If you're looking for a new processor, AMD's range of Ryzen CPUs are perfect for everything from day to day tasks through to high performance gaming, and data manipulation.
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AMD's Ryzen CPUs are split into the 3, 5, 7, and 9 series, with each increase in series number indicating improved performance and feature sets. For day to day tasks, the Ryzen 3 and Ryzen 5 CPUs offer solid performance and multi-core processing.
Once you move into Ryzen 5 and above processors, you also get improved performance when multitasking, with support for simultaneous multithreading. This lets each physical core split its power across multiple tasks more efficiently, making the Ryzen 5 ideal for users who need to work across multiple intensive applications or play demanding games.
AMD's Ryzen 7 & 9 processors offer more physical CPU cores, from 8 up to 16 in the 3950X. Coupled with improved architecture and boost clocks, these CPUs offer performance only surpassed by AMD's Threadripper CPUs.
Which series of AMD computer is best for gaming?
Most Ryzen 5 processors are capable of decent gaming performance, but if you're looking for something high-end and future proof, go for the Ryzen 9..
What AMD processor is equivalent to the i7?
If you're looking for an alternative to the Intel Core i7 series, the AMD Ryzen 7 series is the most directly comparable. Currently, the top end AMD's Ryzen 7 processors can even be said to have the upper hand in multi-tasking on Intel's Core i7-9700, due to the Radeon's use of simultaneous multithreading, which the i7 doesn't support.
What is an AMD 4 processor?
AMD 4 refers to their A4 series of processors - affordable, entry level processors which also include a built-in GPU. They're entry level chips so they're affordable, designed for browsing the web and other day to day tasks.