AMD and Intel are known for their high-end CPUs. It takes basic understanding for one to build or fix a PC. One thing that remains clarified is the fact that the system’s processor holds most importance. Experts describe a system’s Cpu as its brains. It is important for individuals to choose the right brain for their computers/laptops. The market is currently witnessing a competition between AMD and Intel. It can difficult to settle on any one processor when it comes to these two as both deliver impeccable products. This year, intense rivalry between Intel’s (7th and 8th generation) Kaby Lake processors is being waged against AMD’s Ryzen chipsets.

Fortune reported that, "the heightened competition among the chipmakers is certain to be good for consumers, who are seeing more rapid improvements and lower prices in some cases."


Consumers must get over the misconception that costlier products comprise better quality. According to a report by Tech Radar, Intel’s products are currently ruling the budget CPU space. Its Pentium G4560 processor costs roughly $97. The processors boast of speedy and reliable performance in comparison to AMD’s A12-9800 system – which costs roughly $94. The Tech Radar report points to the fact that AMD’s refusal to ditch their heavy architecture is probably running in the company’s favor. Both companies have their own share of high-end products too.

Take, for example, Intel’s Core i7-7700K which comes at a price of $300. At the same time, its competitor AMD Ryzen 7 1800X comes in at $499.


Intel has consistently maintained a reputation for delivering the best performance in the CPU space. This can be accredited to their decision to stick to the process of hyper-threading.

This procedure helps the system make optimum use of all the cores. At the same time, AMD has essentially focused on quantity over quality. If observed carefully, the firm has gradually increased the number of cores that appear on their CPUs. Technically speaking, AMD’s chipsets are much faster than the ones offered by Intel.

However, problems such as overheating and dysfunction among other things, have better chances of recurring in AMD’s products.


Gamers and professionals look for the quality of graphics that any CPU offers. If fans are more in favor of playing high-end games like “Middle Earth: Shadow of War,” then they need to make use of discrete graphics cards. Less demanding games such as “Overwatch,” do not necessarily require the assistance of a dedicated graphics card.