Intel Completes AMD's Journey

Intel processors are like our childhood pal. Who does not know about Intel having a laptop or desktop

Intel Completes AMD's Journey

Intel Completes AMD's Journey


Intel processors are like our childhood pal. Who does not know about Intel having a laptop or desktop? Now a day when we go to build a desktop with our own choice, we choose the AMD processor before Intel. For its budget range and an excellent performance against a low budget. Today we will know about the journey of this AMD processor, which is complete with Intel at this time.

Although it was established in1969, they have not started building processors since. They first created the Register and such as counter Product, and in 1972 they began as a public company. In the year of 1975, AMD released its first microprocessor AM9080. By doing reverse engineering of Intel's processor, they figure it out. After that, an agreement established between Intel and AMD - AMD will be able to manufacture Intel's designed processor. As it gains benefits from the business side, it also benefits from the technical side. After the long term, Intel licensed its x86 architecture to AMD. Therefore AMD started making its design and manufacturing processor for the IBM Company.

Despite getting a license, Intel was far ahead of AMD in terms of their special prominence. In the year of 1996, AMD released their own designed K5 processor, which competes with Intel's first-generation Pentium. The following year, they released the k6 processor, which brought them fame to the processor world. One of the features of these processor series was the floating-point capability, which was an important feature to increase the capacity of the processor. AMD also kept their processor prices lower than Intel's to compete with Intel, which led to AMD's K6-2 chip competing with Intel's Pentium 2 and 3, occupying more than 70 percent of the market.  In 1999, AMD released its Athlon series, which could work faster than Intel's Pentium 3. Although AMD remained silent in the years that followed, they made a breakthrough in the processor world in 2003.

64-bit architecture; they publish it by the Athlon 64 processor. They beat Intel and became the first 64-bit desktop processor maker. This time the old incident repeated; only this time, Intel took their licenses for 64-bit architecture from AMD. Which was never a happy moment for Intel. That is why Intel's need to use i386 for 32-bit and amd64 for 64-bit terms for both companies. But at present, AMD's name is more used to increase the range of 64-bit processor.

In the year of 2005, AMD processors again spread their fame with new technology in the world. With the Athlon X2 processor, they create new possibilities for multi-core, that is, more than one chip, whose current popularity is skyrocketing. Then their business turned over to the down. AMD failed to compete with Intel this time. Intel is quick to move because of their intelligence and marketing, but AMD lags because of wrong their decisions. Like Intel, AMD also had its manufacturing lab. But because of their bad business, it was no longer possible to monitor them, so they sold the labs. Currently, they do not have a lab. AMD's goal was to return to the market by producing more core-based processors, but Intel continued to push ahead with single-core and multi-core performance. AMD's PhenomX4 and FX series gained some popularity. In the meantime, AMD released their completely redesigned Zen architecture, which opens new doors for the company's future and puts Intel on hold. Again, AMD comes to its position to compete with Intel. And in this time someone like to AMD chipset someone like to Intel chipset. In past times people's favorite was only Intel, but now AMD is here to compete.

AMD is progressing day by day. They are highly trying to create value in the market. So every year they come with a new processor and chipset. Here is a list of some popular AMD chipset in this time,

1. AMD Ryzen 9 3900x

This chipset has 12 cores, 24 threads, Base-clock 3.7GHz and boosts clock 4.6GHz, price US$419.99

2. AMD Ryzen 5 3600x

This chipset has  cores, 12 threads, Base-clock 3.8GHz and boosts clock 4.4GHz, price US$199.99

3. AMD Ryzen 3 2200G

6 Cores 4, 4 threads, Base-clock 3.5GHz and expand clock 3.7GHz, price US$91.95

4. AMD Ryzen 9 3950x

Cores 16, threads 32, Base-clock 3.5GHz and boost clock 4.7GHz, price US$749.99

5. AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX

Cores 32, 64 threads, Base-clock 3.0GHz and increase clock 4.2GHz, price US$1489.32