This would put their CPUs performing similarly to Haswell CPUs, which will be within about 10-15% of the single-core performance of Intel’s current chips. On top of that, the mainstream Zen chips will have more cores than the mainstream Intel chips. Depending on how AMD prices their release, it’s looking like we’ll have similar CPUs to the 5960X that cost more like the mainstream performance chips now (such as 4790K).
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