In recent years, WITH the steady performance of the Ryzen series, AMD has turned the game around, and some of its products are even better than Intel chips in the same price range. So what's the student party's choice between AMD and Intel laptops?
In fact, the choice of notebook computer, mainly depends on your demand and pre-sale, if you usually just watch TV, deal with some simple document work, and the pre-sale is limited, then, equipped with AMD or Intel mid-end notebook can, the comprehensive experience is not very different.
But if you're looking for high performance and play a lot of big AAA games, go for a high processor model within your budget. It's worth noting, however, that the latest generation of Intel Core 12 and AMD Ryzen 6000 processors are different in terms of performance and features, or the main direction.
Among them, Intel Core 12 generation processors focus on high performance, in single-core and multi-core performance, better than AMD's Rayon 6000 processor. AMD is superior to Intel in core performance and battery life. In addition, according to the recently updated CPU ladder, Intel single processor performance and overall performance, are better than AMD. Therefore, if you are looking for high performance and stability, I suggest you get an Intel laptop, such as the Lenovo Deliverer R7000P, which is a good choice.