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Before Monday's E3 Keynote, Jon, Vice President of Intel MarketingI heard that three-letter rivals will come up with so-called game processors this week. Intel believes that the golden standard for evaluating good or bad is real game performance, and that AMD can't beat it.
Of the five three-generation Rilong processors that have been released, the highest-end is the 12-core, 24-thread Ryzen 9 3900X, and the entry-level is the 6-core 12-thread Ryzen 53600, which says the frequency of the new processor is 10 percent higher than that of the 12nm "Zen." IPC increased by 15% and took the lead in supporting the PCIe 4.0 standard. It has been reported that AMD may come up with higher consumer-level CPU, such as 16 cores and 32 threads at E3 events.
Obviously,Intel is a little anxious to hear about the trend of AMD. They are anxious to get ahead of time.“education” Consumers should not be fooled by specifications, core or even Cinebench R15/20, but by the actual performance of the game.At the Taipei Computer Show, Intel released i9-9900KS, which only increased the frequency to 4.0/5.0GHz, a change that disappointed players.
In addition, regarding the support of three generations of Ruilong for PCIe 4.0, Intel also argues that for graphics cards, there is no need for such high bandwidth now and in the near future.