With the “new” Ryzen 5000 U-series hitting the shelves, inside many laptops, we had to see what the fuss about rebranded older chips was about. While we are against rebranding old stuff and selling it as new, we understand AMD’s perspective: they have them in stock, so why not use them.
Also with the chip shortage that is happening right now, people will eat these processors, as they are still capable performers, despite being more than a year old at this point.
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