Intel has accused AMD of misleading customers by using its older Zen 2 architecture in its new Ryzen 7000 series mobile processors. AMD’s naming scheme suggests that the CPUs are based on the latest architecture, but in reality, the Ryzen 5 7520U is based on an older architecture.
Intel criticized AMD’s naming as misleading and compared it to selling snake oil. This is a brazen attack on AMD, but some of the points Intel raises are valid. However, Intel conveniently ignores its own history of confusing naming and architectures.
Intel’s attack comes after the launch of its own processors that were criticized for not being a significant update from the previous generation and its own history of confusing naming. The presentation mysteriously disappeared from Intel’s website, but is still accessible on web archives.
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