We have two processors that each introduced a new feature for their company. First, there is the AMD Ryzen 5 4500U which along with a couple of its Ryzen 4000U friends brought the 7nm ULV computing to the laptop world. Then, there is the Core i5-1035G4, which marked a revolution for Intel, bringing 10nm chips, an entirely new architecture, and a better integrated graphics compared to the older Intel processors.
And although Intel has dominated the laptop market for the past 2000 years, AMD has risen its game and is capturing the world as we speak. Let’s get some more information about these units, and get straight up to the benchmarks to see who wins in a straight battle.
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