Lenovo Desktop H50 Intel, AMD PC Build Comparisons: Which Is Better? [VIDEO]By Christian Pepito, UniversityHerald Reporter
Intel and AMD have always tried to outdo each other for many years now by releasing new chipsets, processors, graphic card units, and ultimately the PC builds. Here are two Lenovo Desktop PC H50 builds with two different processors.
Lenovo H50 Desktop Intel version
According to the official website of Best Buy, this Lenovo H50 Desktop has a fourth Gen Intel Core, which is the i3-4170 processor. It has a Microsoft Windows 10 operating system pre-installed already to make it less of a hassle for the interested buyer. It also has 4GB RAM system memory, 500GB hard drive storage, two USB 3.0 ports, four USB 2.0 ports, and an on board wireless connection with a wired Gigabit Ethernet LAN port plugs.
This PC build can produce 5.1 channel surround sound, HDMI ports, built-in media reader, and a DVD and CD burner. Interested buyers can purchase this for only $359.99 at Best Buy. It currently has a 4.1 over 5 overall customer rating and 91 percent of those customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Lenovo H50-55 Dekstop AMD version
According to the official website of Blinq, this version of the Lenovo H50-55 Desktop is powered by the AMD A10-7800 3.5 GHz processor. In this desktop version, it has the lesser operating system version, which is Windows 8.1 64-Bit. It also has a 12GB DDR3 RAM, 2TB hard drive storage, the AMD Radeon R7 video card, and a regular Ethernet LAN port plugs.
This PC build has a Bluetooth 4.0 feature, front panel ports for USB slot installation, a card reader for easy media transfer, HDMI ports, expansion PCI slots for video, audio, and LAN cards, and a DVD reader and writer combo. Interested buyers can purchase this for only $414.69 at Blinq.
Which has better features
The Intel version of the Lenovo H50 PC desktop has some of the better features compared to the AMD version. It has a higher processing power, which was 3.7 GHz for the Intel version compared to the 3.5 GHz AMD version, a higher version of the Windows OS, and a pre-installed wireless internet connection. The AMD version also had some better specifications like bigger hard drive storage of 2TB, and a higher video card, which was the AMD Radeon R7 compared to the Intel version, which was only the integrated version.
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