Ryzen 5 1600 brings six cores and twelve threads to the lowest price point in the desktop market, an example of the inherent value of its unlocked multipliers.
AMD's Ryzen 5 1500X challenges the Intel Core i5 family for quad-core supremacy. Can Ryzen overtake the latest Kaby Lake-based models in the $200 range?
The Ryzen 5 series tackles the gaming market head on with four- and six-core models with SMT technology and low price points.
AMD brings its hotly-anticipated eight-core sixteen-thread Ryzen 7 1800X to market with an impressive IPC boost and SMT technology.
Intel blurs the lines between the i3 and i5 series with the Core i3-7350K, which marks the return of an unlocked dual core processor with Hyper-Threading.
Intel rolls out is new Xeon E5-2600 v4 CPUs that offer more cores, cache and a bump in IPC performance.
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