AMD’s new Ryzen 5 CPUs have been out for a few months now and it has been a big hit with gamers. With the introduction of AMD’s newest line, many people are wondering if they should go with an i7 or wait until Ryzen 7 is released. In this blog post we’ll be going over what sets these chips apart from each other so you can make your decision on which one to buy.
The first thing that sets them apart is the number of cores and threads per core type. The Ryzen 5 lineup consists of two four-core models, one six-core model, and one eight-core model while Intel offers three six-core models as well as an 8th gen i7 that only has four cores but hyper.
When it comes to choosing a processor for your computer, there are many options to choose from. Depending on your needs, you might opt for an i7 or Ryzen 5 processor. But which one is better? In this blog post, we’ll compare these two processors in terms of performance and price. We’ll also give you our recommendation on which one to choose. So, if you’re trying to decide between an i7 or Ryzen 5 processor, read on!