Choosing a CPU can be tricky. Because you must match your CPU with the chip architecture your computer’s motherboard uses, you must decide on the processor before you do anything else. Your entire gaming and computer life ride on this decision. Your choice of motherboard and GPU also are linked to what CPU you decide to buy.
Even with the choice down to just two, technology enthusiasts debated the benefits and faults of both for decades. Intel CPUs tend to lead the market, but AMD recently became strong challengers, especially when paired with the better AMD motherboards.
For average use there may not be much difference at all and price could be the decider but when it comes to serious number crunching and high end gaming then the differences could be very important. So it all depends on what you intend to use your computer for. For a gaming rig, the CPU must work well with the GPU, as the two will work together to give you your gaming experience. However, Intel and Ryzen CPU inter react with GPUs in different ways.
It's an interesting read at https://www.coolest-gadgets.com/ryzen-vs-intel/
but don't get swayed early on about the Intel and the picture changes more towards AMD nearer the end. With AMD's newest advances any serious gamer really wants to do a bit of research... or do you just "stick with IBM" as being the safest option being Intel?
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Whether for gaming or data crunching, you need a computer running on a powerful CPU, As the heart and brain, the CPU controls everything your computer does, but which CPU should you get?