AMD is growing in number of sales since it launched microprocessors based on the Zen microarchitecture after the failure of the Fusion era. Intel and its problems with 10nm manufacturing technology and shortages are also contributing to the rise of AMD. For the first time in a long time, Intel has been seen at Computex 2019 trying to optimize its benchmarks to the maximum for fear of AMD ...
AMD competes with a microarchitecture with huge improvements in performance and efficiency, but at extremely low prices compared to Intel. In fact, this July AMD outsold Intel, achieving a market share of 50.5% in the BCN Ranking and Intel falls to 49.5% share, something unusual considering that it has always had shares above 70%. You didn't see such good figures since K7 and K8 for AMD.
And that's not all, after Zen and Zen + Now comes the 3rd Generation of Zen, that is, Zen 2, with major improvements. The teams are already beginning to assemble them, so it is expected that this summer AMD's sales will continue to increase with these new chips. Well, if you want a Linux PC with this microarchitecture, you should know that you can get it soon for teams with AMD Ryzen of the 3xxx series.
The Spanish Slimbook is starting to build chips into its Slimbook Kymera computers. You will soon find them on the website of the Valencian firm. Therefore, if you are thinking of upgrading your computer, this is a good opportunity to switch to powerful hardware with your favorite GNU / Linux distribution installed on it. Also, remember that they are quality teams and at very reasonable prices.
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