Intel and AMD are going head to head in a fierce battle for market share. As device growth continues per person and per country, Intel and AMD are after an ever growing space. AMD has really pushed Intel hard over the last couple of years with their Zen 3 based processors. They have continued to eat at Intel’s market share at the consumer and datacenter level.
We can see Intel is fighting back. We’ve put together a lot of systems with the latest Intel Alder Lake and we can see over a 10% performance increase compared to AMD Ryzen 5000 line. One of our systems with the latest Intel Alder Lake i9-12900KS is here: https://www.icc-usa.com/products/overclocked-servers/vega-r116i/
We know AMD is also fighting back. AMD’s CEO has told the public that the next AMD Zen 4 based CPUs (Ryzen 7000 line) will come to the market in the fall of 2022. This was mentioned at. You can see our Ryzen server information here: https://www.icc-usa.com/products/ryzen-servers/
We’re excited about AMD’s upcoming release and as a partner of AMD, we’ll have access the moment they come out.
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