What’s the best gaming PC for modern gamers?
A new research study suggests that while many modern PCs are good enough for some games, it’s the gaming PCs with the latest Intel chipsets that are most likely to give you the best bang for your buck.
Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have found that the best performing modern gaming PC is the AMD Ryzen 7 1700.
Using two methods, the researchers used a computer with a Ryzen 7 1800X CPU and a GeForce GTX 1080 GPU, and then looked at how well the AMD CPUs performed.
Using the first method, the results showed that the Ryzen 7 Ryzen 7 1770 (7th Gen Core) outperformed the Ryzen 5 1600X, the Ryzen 6 1700 (5th Gen) beat the Ryzen 3 1200X, and the Ryzen 1700 (4th Gen), Ryzen 3 1600X and Ryzen 7 1600 beat the AMD processors.
The Ryzen 5 1700 outperformed all of these processors except the Ryzen 4 1500X and the Intel Core i7-5960X.
This is especially true when comparing these two processors against each other, as Intel is selling the Ryzen CPUs at a very competitive price point.
The Intel CPUs are also quite powerful, and they offer a significant boost to overall performance.
Using the second method, however, the AMD chipsets performed better than the Ryzen processors, although the Ryzen chipsets were more expensive.
The research shows that when comparing the Ryzen systems to Intel CPUs, AMD Ryzen systems outperform Intel CPUs by a substantial margin.
AMD Ryzen CPUs outperform the Intel processors by a huge margin.
The researchers believe this is due to their improved CPU cores, higher clock speeds, and higher clock rates than Intel CPUs.
In addition, AMD’s chipsets have been designed with gaming in mind, which means they offer better performance at lower clocks, as well as better overclocking headroom.
Intel is offering the Ryzen 7700 with a price tag of $649, while AMD is offering their Ryzen 7 CPUs at $699 for the base Ryzen 7 16nm and $549 for the 17nm and Ryzen 5.
The Core i5-7200U is priced at $229 for the 16nm Ryzen 5 processor, and $249 for the Ryzen 17nm processor.
Both AMD and Intel are pushing the Ryzen architecture in different directions.
Intel wants to use the chip to improve graphics performance in laptops, while Nvidia is aiming to use it to accelerate high-end mobile performance.
The results of the research were released to the public last week.