May 11, 2017 06:29 AM EDT
Since its official advent, AMD Ryzen 5 has witnessed a tremendous level of popularity among its users. And as the picture turns out to be clearer, it seems to knock down its closest rival: Intel's Kabylake i5 processors on every possible term. The magnetic processor family based on AMD's newest Zen architecture has been able to score the highest runs in a potential survey evolved by trustworthy popularity benchmarking organization well known as 3DCentre.
According to TweakTown, the result driven by this survey was amazingly surprising. The report pointed that AMD Ryzen 5 processor family staked to be most popular among all the other chipsets while accounted from the beginning of 2010 till now. In the survey, 83.9% of the participants and users of various chipsets marked AMD Ryzen 5 processors as "positive' in their reviews. 9.4% of the total voters placed AMD latest chipset family as "indifferent' to all other existing processing units. And only a nominal 6.7% of the participants nominated AMD Ryzen 5 processors as "negative' players among all chipsets till date. The scores were much better in comparison to the similar accounts of Intel i5 processors.
While the public survey points Intel Kabylake processing units to be lesser productive than AMD Ryzen 5 chipsets, in terms of technicalities and pricing, AMD Ryzen 5 family also seems to rise taller than Intel Kabylake processors, according to Ars Technica. Leaving up the high-end quotients in this count, if the comparison is just focused upon the entry-level variant than one would see that AMD Ryzen 5 1400 CPU, holding 4 cores and 8 threads and overclocking feature for better multitasking status, comes with a price tag of $169. Whereas it's similar rival: Intel i5-7400, having no overclocking capacity, costs $189.
After this, if taken on the higher stake, the top-end player among AMD Ryzen 5 family secures 6 cores and 12 threads at the similar price of Intel's i5 Kabylake processors having highest 4 core and 8 threads support. Therefore, the comparison points AMD Ryzen 5 chipsets as the clear winner over Intel's fifth generation Kabylake processor family.
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