AMD Ryzen processors will be on the market before the end of the second quarter of 2017. These processors are on the same level as Intel’s 7th generation processors. As for the new processor, the players are turning their heads towards AMD Ryzen. Because there is no sound on the Intel ceph. At least he did not exist. Because Intel held an Investor Day event last week, Intel announced its 8th generation processors. The successful technology brand that announces these 8th generation processors, known as Coffee Lake, announced that these processors will be in the market by the end of the second quarter of 2017, just like AMD Ryzen. So we’d better start getting ready to see a new competition between Intel and AMD.
According to the statement, the new 8th generation Coffee Lake processors will work with 14nm processing and deliver 15% more performance than the 7th generation Kaby Lake processors. For now, we do not know exactly what the 8th generation processors will be. But we can expect a team that can appeal to the entire player market. From single-core processors to 8-core processors. While AMD Ryzen is preparing to compete with 7th generation processors, it is apparent that Coffee Lake processors will still be at the top of the market as performance. But remember, AMD Ryzen can go on the market at fairly low prices, rumors are in that direction. If AMD is going to market the AMD Ryzen processors at the prices they really say, the Coffee Lake processors can be hard work.