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Intel Makes Unfair Comparison with AMD

Today’s processor giant Intel did not equal the capabilities of the computers used in the COMPARISON of AMD’s competitor processor. The company has installed a video card that offers lower performance to the computer where AMD is being tested.
Today, Intel and AMDare in a fierce struggle in terms of computer hardware. Both companies are trying to uncover the best they can to be the leader of the industry. Companies also compare their products with other company products to promote their products.

One of these comparisons was shared by a Twitter user named ‘_rogame’. According to the image shared by twitter user and allegedly taken from Intel, Intel made a bold comparison to AMD, but intel’s comparison drew the reaction of many users for some reason.

Intel’s unfair comparison:

By visual, Intel is the only one who can see it. He compared the performance of laptops with a Core i7-H series processor to computers with similar mobile processors, but laptops in the company’s comparison had different video cards.

Intel’s comparison included an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 (Max-Q mobile) on one computer, while the other had an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Max-P graphics card. These video cards did not have a similar performance at all, according to comparisons.

The Max-P graphics card on the second computer offered more than the Max-Q graphics card offered. The letter P in the name of the video card was the first letter of the word’Performance’. So the video card was called Max-Performance and offered the highest possible performance.

On the other hand, the Max-Q graphics card on the first computer had a lower performance limit. This video card didn’t deliver as good performance as the Max-P and only could deliver performance to the highest available performance. Max-Q graphics cards were usually a video card found on computers that should be thinner and lighter.

As shown in the visuals, Intel is the 10th president of the World War. The next core processor said it delivers 18-23% better performance in games than AMD’s Ryzen 4000 Renoir processor, but the AMD processor computer used by the company for comparison had an RTX 2060 Max-Q graphics card with 65W power. So computers were not equal..

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