AMD’s Ryzen 9 4900H and Ryzen 9 4900HS are intended to kick Intel’s 9th-gen Core i9 chips in the teeth—and maybe their 10th-gen successors, too.
There’s bad news, and there’s real bad news for Intel if you believe AMD’s tests.
First, the bad news: AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 7 4000-series CPUs can outperform Intel’s Core i9 in multi-threaded tasks. The real bad news? AMD is also announcing two, even more potent Ryzen 9 4000 CPUs today:
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