Amid the sea of companies debuting exciting new technology at CES 2019 was an eddy of announcements from chip giants Intel and AMD. Those two staunch competitors came out swinging, launching major new product lines, making us hotly excited for what they will deliver over the next 12 months. But who did it better? Here’s a breakdown of the two company’s announcements — and who came out on top. Smaller CPUs Both Intel and AMD officially announced their long-rumored and hotly anticipated next-generation CPUs at CES this year. Both were big die shrinks that should bring about great gains in efficiency, performance, and features. But there were drastic differences between the pair, most notably in time frame for eventual release. AMD kicked off its CES 2019 announcements before the show had even started by debuting its very first Ryzen 3000 processors. These mobile APUs are built on the 12nm Zen+ architecture at the core of AMD’s Ryzen 2000 desktop CPUs, paired up with Vega graphics cores on the same die. That should make them capable competitors for Intel’s 9th-generation CPUs in the laptop space. Those chips are available right now, and a number of AMD partners including Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Huawei, and… Read full this story
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