The new Intel Core 10000 will be worse than the current AMD Ryzen! – Although it was surprising to see Intel being overtaken by AMD in the race that is the processor market… It's no big news that the former leader is now chasing the loss. All this, thanks to the success of the still very recent Ryzen 3000!
In fact, Intel itself has already made public that it was not expecting this impact on the market. And apparently it will be a while before the blue giant can regain consumer confidence.
Interestingly, even the new generation of Intel Core (10000) products will fall short of what would be expected! With the Ryzen 3000 laughing at the whole situation
Therefore, in recent days have reached the Internet some GeekBench results of the Intel Core i9-10920X processor. That despite being part of the new Cascade Lake range, still can not surpass the offer of AMD already present in the market.
Thus, according to benchmark results, the Intel HEDT (High End Desktop) processor achieved 44046 points in the multi-core test, while the Ryzen 9 3900X which is neither a HEDT processor nor the most well-equipped Ryzen 9… Earned 44160 points in the same test!
While it's true that the results are pretty much the same, if they happen to be confirmed as real, Intel really is in a world of trouble!
After all, we are talking about a HEDT processor, which are developed only and only for the high performance computers of the professional world. Being absurdly more expensive than versions designed for the traditional consumer market.
That said, these products are expected to have outstanding performance… Far above consumer products like the Ryzen 9 3900X! Incidentally, on Intel's latest generation HEDT, the Core i9-9920X cost anything like ~ 1200 $. This, while the Ryzen 9 3900X costs about ~ 500 $. It's a pretty significant difference between two products with virtually the same performance.
And once again… The 3900X isn't even the most powerful processor in the Ryzen 9 range! The Ryzen 9 3950X with 16 cores and 32 threads arrives next month.
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