If Intel loses its gaming supremacy, there’s not much more for it to do.
With AMD now proclaiming its Zen 3-based Ryzen 9 to be the “world’s best gaming CPU,” you’re probably wondering just how bad the situation is for Intel’s consumer desktop CPUs. Our answer is: grim, really grim.
We say that having watched no fewer than 12 brutal rounds of a heavyweight boxing match between AMD and Intel, waged since the first Ryzen 7 1800X made its debut in 2017.
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