After months of anticipation, AMD has released its first three Ryzen processors. Can the company’s fresh look at architecture beat Intel, or is the underdog forced to continue nipping at the giant’s heels?
The new Ryzen 7 Series chips aren’t bargain processors from AMD. We tested the Ryzen 7 1800x which rings in at $500. It may be more than most people are willing to pay for a CPU, but for tasks like photo and video editing it outpaces Intel’s most popular i7 chips.
Our Hands on review takes a look at gaming performance benchmarks, processor intensive tasks like video rendering, overclocking, and of course value.
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