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AMD Takes Jab at Intel Over LGA1700 Platform Longevity

new blog post (opens in new tab), AMD compares the company’s latest AM5 platform with Intel’s LGA1700 platform in terms of cost, longevity, and value. However, the Red Team didn’t miss an opportunity to take a jab in the competition, stating that the Intel platform is limited to his 1st or 2nd generation processors.

Motherboards are one of the most expensive components in a system. So it makes sense that consumers want to get the most out of their investment. With AM4, AMD proved that one socket is more than enough to deliver generation-to-generation performance gains. The chipmaker introduced his AM4 in 2016 and the platform has had several generations of his Ryzen processors since its inception. As a result, AMD provided an example of how a consumer who brought his Ryzen 3 1300 in 2017 can safely upgrade to one of his best CPUs in 2022, the Ryzen 7 5800X3D. .

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