Klopsik206 wrote:Altough my old C2Q6600 rig (with only a few minor upgades) is doing surprisingly well after almost 10 years I am starting considering all new desktop which will hopefully keep working for the next couple of years.
I while think I understand pros and cons going Ryzen (more cores, better value) or Intel i7 (better single thread performance) I wonder if apart of CPU itself, are there any other significant differences between both Intel and AMD plaforms I should be aware of. Things like:
- Stability: Is Ryzen less 'mature' in any way? Is there higher risk of dirvers problems, etc.?
Klopsik206 wrote:- Compability: Is there greater risk Ryzen it will not be supported by future software (e.g. Windows, apps) than Intel? How about hardware?
Klopsik206 wrote:- Should Ryzen choice imply Radeon GPU over nVidia?
Klopsik206 wrote:- How about things like: M2 SSDs, USB 3.1 compability and performace? No difference?
Klopsik206 wrote:My gut feeling is Intel is slighly safer choice from this point of view, but maybe I am just under Intel branding influence.
What do you say?