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AMD Ryzen Steals the Show from Intel Kalby Lake, Hints 6-Core Processor Variant, Release Date

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Ryzen, AMD's upcoming desktop processor is taking higher flight as the first brand-new AMD architecture in over five years. This majestic processor is nearing its highly anticipated release date and a rumored 6-inch core variant remains a possibility. Get your details below:

AMD Ryzen vs Intel Kalby Lake

AMD Ryzen digs a massive manhole for Intel Kalby Lake with its cutting-edge feature and powerful performance at very good price for the processor. 2017 may be AMD's year to take the lead for its arch-rival in CPU processing and making. The unexpected rise of smartphone technology has given a leeway to AMD and make a resurgence to PC Gaming market, PC Advisor reported.

AMD Ryzen is the best choice for PC gaming support. Its lesser price does not mean that it performs lesser but it is an advantageous game card.

AMD Ryzen 6-Core Processor

According to IO Tech, the 6-Core rumor is actually possible. Aside from its leaked online images, the source claimed that splitting the 8-core chip is possible by disabling each CPU core with a dedicated L2 cache which in turn will not affect the L3 cache. Meaning, AMD may have prepared several variants of CPUs including the 6-inch kicker packed with various configurations.

AMD Ryzen, AMD Vega Release Date

AMD's strong Q4 demand and supply performance are a good assurance that Ryzen and Vega release dates are coming very soon. The AMD is in high demand among console markets which played by bigger players like Microsoft and Sony.

Looking back, CEO Lisa Su has disclosed the release date question when she left remarks through a call conference that AMD's Ryzen and Vega could come in early March. Meanwhile, if you have extra information about the AMD Ryzen (and Vega) release and specs, let us hear you in the comment section below.

 

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