AMD’s new RYZEN 3 series completes the consumer to gamer processor roadmap complementing its 5 and 7 series – it now covers everything from low power draw notebooks to high-performance e-sports desktops.
Qualcomm’s latest mid-range 450 processor promises “significant improvements in battery life, graphics and compute performance, imaging and LTE connectivity” to the previous 435 chip.
AMD has released four new AMD Ryzen 5 models and claims the Ryzen 5, 1600X provides 87% more performance than a comparable Intel 7th generation Core i5-7600k processor.
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