In the AMD vs. Intel battle, the former has proven anew that it reigns supreme in the processor race. The Ryzen 9 3950X has outperformed the Core i9-10980XE in the newest test. \n \nIn terms of choosing the right processor, particularly among gamers, two names have always emerged as the top options. \n \nThe Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) and Intel Corporation have been popular choices. This is no longer a surprise. Both brands have already proven the quality of their products over and over again. However, it appears that AMD has come ahead of the competition because of its newest product. \n \n \n \nThe Ryzen 9 3950X came out faster than the Core i9-10980XE based on the 3D Mark Fire Strike benchmark. Apisak revealed in his Twitter account that the AMD-manufactured chip performs faster than the Intel-produced processor. \n \nThis may have disappointed the Intel fans. The Core i9-10980XE is the company’s flagship high-end desktop platform or HEDT. Therefore, coming in second could be a huge blow for its users. \n \nOn the other hand, the Ryzen 9 3950X is what AMD considers as its topnotch high-core-count chip. In short, anyone expects it to deliver the company’s goal of staying on top of the game. \n \nThe latest addition to the Ryzen lineup is set for release in November. With less than a month left before its launch, the leaked information only fanned the interest of the consumers. \n \nThe Ryzen 9 39350X boasts of a core architecture of 7nm Zen 2 while running at 3.5 GHz base frequency. In terms of speed, it can be as fast as 4.7 GHz, the highest point so far in the Ryzen 3000 lineup. \n \nApart from these features, it is also packed with other jaw-dropping specifications. Its motherboard is a Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite, while its graphics card is MSI’s GeForce RTX 2080 Ti. For memory, it has a 16 GB Kingston DDR4-3200. \n \nIn the meantime, the Core i9-10980XE takes pride in its specs that include 36 threads and 18 cores. It is also clocked at 3.0 GHz that can go as high as 4.6 GHz. The motherboard is the Asus WS X299 Sage\/10G, with a memory of 32 GB Samsung DDR4-2666 Samsung DDR4-2666. When it comes to the graphics card, the Intel product is using the Asus GeForce RTX 2070. \n \nThe result of the benchmark test with Ryzen 9 3950X could have put Intel in a bad light somehow. Amid this development, it could be worth noting that this does not mean defeat for Intel yet. The California-based firm intends to face the competition head-on, and consumers will ultimately benefit from the innovation.