AMD's Threadripper 2 series barrels into the high end desktop with the record-setting 32-core 64-thread Threadripper 2 2990WX.
Intel's Coffee Lake Pentium Gold processors land with friendly price points for budget builds. But AMD has a potent challenger in its Ryzen 3 2200G.
Intel pays homage to the 40th anniversary of the 8086, the first x86 processor, with the limited-edition Core i7-8086K.
AMD's Ryzen 5 2600X comes with all of the goodness of AMD's new Zen+ architecture, let's see how it stacks up against Intel's finest.
AMD claims the Ryzen 7 2700X brings up to a 20% productivity boost, and is near-equivalent in gaming to Intel's Coffee Lake chips. Does it live up to the hype?
We were fans of Ryzen 5 2400G at $170. So what do we think of Ryzen 3 2200G? After all, it still sports four cores and 512 Stream processors for competent 720p gaming!
AMD designed its new Ryzen processors with Vega graphics to play AAA games at 1080p with low-quality settings. Does the flagship Ryzen 5 2400G deliver on those promises?
Intel's Core i3-8100 comes with four cores at a low price point. But can it fend off AMD's multiplier-unlocked Ryzen competition?
Intel improved its Core i3 family by arming it with four physical cores. Let's see if the unlocked Core i3-8350K can usurp the competition from AMD.
Intel's Core i5-8400 is the cheapest modern six-core CPU out there. Can Coffee Lake on a budget hold its own against the mighty Ryzen 5?
Ryzen Threadripper 1900X brings eight cores and 16 threads to AMD's high-end desktop platform. But can it stand out from the popular Ryzen 7 1800X?
Intel's Core i7-8700K sports the same high frequencies as previous-gen mainstream flagships, but incorporates two more cores to challenge AMD's Ryzen CPUs.
Intel's Core i9-7960X sports 16 cores, just like AMD's Threadripper 1950X. But it also costs 70% more. Does Skylake-X serve up enough performance to justify that premium?
Threadripper 1920X sports 12 fed by 38MB of cache, quad-channel memory, and 64 PCIe lanes - all for $800, compared to Intel’s $1000 Core i9-7900X.
Ryzen Threadripper is here to attack Intel's high-end desktop stronghold with 60% more cores, 36% more PCIe lanes & 68% more cache than Core i9 Skylake-X models.
Fresh from the introduction of Ryzen 7 and Ryzen 5, AMD is ready to battle Core i3 and Pentium with its Ryzen 3 1300X and 1200 processors.