Ryzen 3000 vs Intel 10th Gen: What to buy

/blog/upload/3200G.webp Now that Intel has released their new processors and their market price is a bit more stable and AMD released their B550 boards, it’s time to review those offers. When should you buy which processor? Did Intel manage to establish valid competition to the Ryzen processors? I’d say they did, but in a limited way. The lowest possible budget: AMD Ryzen 3 3200G or Athlon 3000G If you want an office …

Why you should buy a B550 board! And why not.

/blog/upload/amd_zen_roadmap_tiny.jpg It took a long time, but now they are finally available: Motherboards with a B550 chipset. Those AM4 boards are the newest option to run Ryzen 3000 processors. A cheaper alternative to X570 that als…

One more locked processor arrives: Intel Core i3-10100

/blog/upload/i3_10100_screenshot.jpg In the last entry I wrote that the Intel Core i7-10700K would be the last new processor for a while. I was mistaken, the locked i3 arrived earlier than I expected and even the fitting boards for tho…

A new 9900K: The Intel Core i7-10700K

The Intel Core i7-10700K has 8 cores, 16 threads and a high turbo clock. Sounds a lot like the fastest gaming processor of the last generation: The Intel Core i9-9990K. Indeed the new 10th Gen proce…

Rating the Intel Core i5-10400F

/blog/upload/i5_10400F.jpg One of the new 10th Gen processors, the Intel Core i5-10400F saw its first reviews. 6 cores, 12 threads and a competitive turbo clock result in good performance, especially in games. The locked i5 …