Reply 100 of 181, by awgamer
For several generations AMD on paper should match or beat intel/nvidia counterparts but always come up short, like having way more bandwidth and units but nvidia still performing better, they need to recalibrate, lead the target and take their less optimized results into account. A lot of the youtube tech channels are claiming AMD is trouncing Intel with their latest even in games while their benchmarks show otherwise, Intel is still top dog. I don't think they're paid off, more like hyperbole to get views. From what news I've seen ryzen 4000 should get closer to parity but still falling short here and there, while the news about upcoming intel is that they're claiming a big ipc jump to keep AMD from taking the crown. I'm all for intel finally doing a non incremental speed increase but they need to fix/remove all their security bugs/deliberate back doors. Other things I'd like to see from AMD, fix their multi monitor power usage, they fixed it with the radeon vii then broke it again with 5700 series back to pulling 30-40watts(wtf,) upgrade their cpu memory connection so it isn't crippled to just DDR4 3200(again, wtf, only reasonable excuse is rush to market) or even better bring quad channel to mainstream desktop, not just server/workstation.