AMD is gaining more and more ground in the CPU segment. The brand was chosen by our readers as the best processor manufacturer, and many users, particularly in the gaming world, have chosen this brand over Intel.
And now a recent review reveals that the Zen 3 architecture of AMD processors manages to be 89% higher than its first generation.
AMD is increasingly becoming a priority in consumer choices. Its products prove to be powerful equipment, especially with regard to processors and graphics cards.
And everything indicates that its new Zen 3 processor architecture has put this reality even more in evidence.
Analysis says AMD's Zen 3 is 89% higher than the first generation
A recent analysis considers that AMD is definitely on the rise, in the sense that the results obtained by the new Zen 3 architecture have been very good, both for the company itself and for its customers.
According to the data, the current Zen 3 architecture manages to perform 89% higher compared to its first generation.
The analysis was made by the German website Golem.de and compares AMD's Zen, Zen +, Zen 2 and Zen 3 architectures. For this, the respective Ryzen 7 1800X, Ryzen 7 2700X, Ryzen 7 3800X and Ryzen 7 5800X processors are used.
According to the details, AMD CPUs show an improvement of about 20% from generation to generation.
However, when comparing the Ryzen 7 5800X, with Zen 3 architecture, to the Ryzen 1800X, with Zen architecture, at the level of overall performance in apps, the 5800 X is 89% higher. In the gaming segment, this processor achieves a performance 84% higher than the CPU with first generation Zen architecture.
So if you are thinking of purchasing a new computer, perhaps equipment equipped with an AMD processor is now a good bet.