Intel's Core i5-8600K races to market with 50% more cores and impressive performance.
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.
Intel's Core i7-7820X lands on the X299 platform with eight cores, 16 threads, and a $600 price. Let's see if it can match Ryzen 7's strong value proposition.
Kaby Lake-X brings Intel's latest microrchitecture to the X299 platform with a very Core i7-7700K-like experience.
Intel's new Platinum 8176 Scalable Processor lands in our labs with 28 cores and 56 threads and a plethora of new features.
Intel’s new Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X CPUs span the Core i5, i7, and i9 families. They all drop into the same LGA 2066 interface, supported by the X299 chipset.
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.