Product manager Travis Kirsch of AMD said: "I don't think there is any reason for people to buy Intel chips after we release this new product."
This is indeed a somewhat arrogant statement, but AMD has a good base to believe that it will beat Intel giants for the first time in years. That's because AMD is about to launch its latest 3rd generation Ryzen CPU line.
At AMD's Next Horizon Gaming event on the sidelines of the E3 2019, AMD went on to introduce the Ryzen 3000 product line, which was first launched at Computex 2019 two weeks ago. AMD is confident that these new 7nm processors are not only cheaper, more energy-efficient, but also more powerful in some tasks thanks to additional cores and better gaming performance than Intel chips.
AMD also emphasized livestream ability when playing games. When Intel and AMD processors can play games with similar performance, only the new AMD processor allows you to livestream with extremely high image quality to viewers on Twitch or YouTube.
And even more interesting, is that users will not have to spend money to buy new motherboards. Because Ryzen 3000 chips based on AMD's 7nm architecture will still support socket AM4. AMD said it will continue to support backward compatibility until 2020, so users can comfortably upgrade the CPU without purchasing a new motherboard.
High-end Ryzen 7 and 9 chips will be sold with the Wraith Prism LED radiator fan, Razer Chroma lighting support can synchronize with the gaming mouse and keyboard colors.
While AMD is making strong strides, Intel has only designed 10nm chips. Therefore, consumers and especially gamers are having more reasons to choose AMD chips instead of Intel.