AMD had plenty to offer during 2020, with the release of fresh Ryzen desktop CPUs based on an entirely new Zen 3 architecture – with major performance benefits therein – and the launch of Big Navi graphics cards.Both of those new ranges caused quite a stir, although in the case of RX 6000 GPUs, not always for the right reasons. At any rate, let’s look in-depth at those crucial launches, as well as some of the other impressive technical innovations AMD had up its sleeve this year, before casting a glance at what could be in store for 2021 from Lisa Su’s firm.We’ll show you how to build a PCThese are the best gaming laptopsCheck out all the best gaming PCsAMD Ryzen 5000: blowing away Intel (again)The highlight of AMD’s year was the launch of Ryzen 5000 desktop processors based on new Zen 3 architecture which delivered a chunky performance uplift for these CPUs. The IPC (instructions per clock) increase over Ryzen 3000 was pegged at 19% by AMD’s own launch figures, with some games feeling the benefit by up to almost 40% in performance terms.As we observed in our Ryzen 7 5800X review, where the chip scored full marks, this is… Read full this story
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