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Intel Responds To AMD's Ryzen Onslaught With Core i7 And i5 Updates

Feb 13, 2017 03:19 AM EST

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(Photo : RAVEENDRAN/AFP/Getty Images) Advance micro device (AMD) is an American Multinational semiconductor company which is back to reckoning with its Ryzen processors

Advanced microdevice (AMD) is an American Multinational semiconductor company which is the biggest competitor of Intel in CPU market and as well as one of the best GPU maker. This time AMD is launching their new specimen of Ryzen CPUs, based on the architecture of AMD's next family of desktop CPUs.

AMD confirmed that a host of new CPUs will be releasing ranging from quad-core versions with four threads up to octa-core versions with 16 threads. AMD new CPUs have been forced to Intel to reduce their prices and gear up their performance as well.

Now Intel focuses on their Seventh generation or Kaby lake architecture which is already rolling out and focused on more efficiency than outright performance. However, Intel is not standing still in the face of Ryzen impending release according to Hexus report.

A French publication Canard PC reported that Intel is planning to both adjust Kaby Lake pricing and push out some new versions directly in response to Ryzen.Both the processor of Intel Core i7 and Core i5 Kaby lake could be unlocked their new version with some extraordinary features as such:

Intel Core i7-7740K version has 4.3GHz clock speed with turbo boost up to 4.6GHz and it has a thermal design power rating of 100w with 8 MB of L3 cache. Intel Core i5-7640K, version has 4.0GHz clock speed with TDP of 100W or more, 6MB of L3 cache, and support for hyper threading.

Though AMD has not yet announced pricing for its Ryzen CPUs that will be declared later now they are looking towards to Intel that how they adjust their own prices of the Kaby Lake line. On the same time again Intel will be focusing on their new generation Cannonlake Architecture. In the meantime, it appears that Intel it will be somewhat limited in the ability to respond to Ryzen.

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