Intel has today accused AMD laptops of seeing a significant performance drop when operating on battery power.
Intel called a press briefing last Friday to show journalists research that suggests laptops using Ryzen 4000 processors see up to a 48% performance drop when unplugged from the mains.
It is of course typical for laptops to see a weaker performance when unplugged from a power source, but Intel also claims 11th Gen Intel Core notebooks “provide great performance when plugged in AND when unplugged, away from AC power” with a noticeably less performance drop in similar testing conditions.
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