AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D Falls Short in Speed Compared to Intel i9 13900K and i9 13900KS

The release of AMD’s Ryzen 9 7950X3D CPU has been all over the tech headlines recently due to its anticipated superiority to rivals like the Intel i9 13900K. However, popular Twitter user and tech aficionado Moshe Asg claims the Ryzen 9 7950X3D falls short of his high standards.

Asg expressed his dissatisfaction with the new CPU on Twitter, saying that it was slower than the i9 13900KS (which costs the same as the new processor) and not quicker than the i9 13900K. He then went on to imply that the results may have been skewed in AMD’s favor because they had previously tested the Ryzen using a quicker RAM arrangement than the Intel i9.

Fans of the AMD brand who were anticipating the debut of this new chip are bound to be disappointed by this news. AMD has not yet responded to Asg’s allegations, but the company’s revenues and reputation may suffer as a result.

What remains to be seen is whether or not AMD will optimize the Ryzen 9 7950X3D’s performance or target a specific demographic in its marketing efforts. Fans of cutting-edge technology and average people alike will be following the progress of this story as new details emerge.

Dibbyyan Nath

Dibbyyan Nath

Dibbyyan is a tech-enthusiast, strategist and a writer who has mentored professionals, entrepreneurs for self and career growth while his owned organization Inteliqo Research and Services have fulfilled different technical projects of renowned global brands.After obtaining degrees and certifications from various national and international reputed institutes such as IIT Delhi, Indian Council of Technical Research and Development, UC San Diego and many more, he has realized that knowledge is incomparable and can definitely make a positive impact on society. His passion towards writing influenced him to engage into different ventures being driven by writing and research which includes the foundation of The Readers Time

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