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CPU Benchmarks and Hierarchy 2021: Intel and AMD Processors Ranked

Our CPU benchmarks performance hierarchy ranks all the current and previous generation Intel and AMD processors, including all of the Best CPUs for Gaming, based on performance. Your CPU has a huge effect on overall performance and, to many, is a computer's most important component. CPU benchmarks help us sort out the differences, but when it comes time to buy a CPU for your desktop, you'll find a dizzying collection of model numbers and specs from both Intel and AMD

We've listed the best CPUs for gaming and best processors for workstations in other articles, but if you want to know how each chip stacks up against all the others and how we come to our decisions, this CPU benchmarks hierarchy is for you. If you're looking for a broader view of the current state of the market, head to our AMD vs Intel feature. We also have an article covering CPU performance in Cyberpunk 2077.

AMD's Ryzen 5000G 'Cezanne' APUs have arrived, with the Ryzen 7 5700G and Ryzen 5 5600G leading the charge. These chips' strong integrated graphics could be a godsend to gamers looking to sit out the GPU shortage, provided they keep their expectations in check.

We also recently reviewed the Ryzen 3 5300G that isn't available at retail yet, so you can see how it stacks up in our rankings below. We're not sure if AMD will bring this chip to market in the near future, but there is a chance that we could see it on store shelves. We've included the Cezanne chips in both our standard rankings below and also added a new integrated graphics CPU benchmark ranking so you can see how they stack up relative to prior-gen AMD chips and Intel's lineup.

These new chips build on AMD's resounding success with its Zen 3 architecture. We have the full Ryzen 5000 lineup in our CPU benchmarks, including the Ryzen 5 5600X, Ryzen 9 5950X, 5900X, and Ryzen 7 5800X, along with all of the previous-gen Zen 3, Zen+, and Zen 1 versions of those chips.

Intel's 11th-generation Rocket Lake-S CPUs are in the other corner, led by the Intel Core i9-11900K and Core i5-11600K that have improved Intel's competitive standing. As a result of its solid performance and AMD's continued chip shortages, the Core i5-11600K is now our Best CPU for gaming. The Core i5-11400 is the hidden star of Intel's new lineup. AMD has no response for this chip on the lower-end of its price range – in fact, the Core i5-11400 grapples with the two-year-old Ryzen 5 3600. 

If you want to see Intel and AMD's most important models square off head-to-head in our CPU benchmarks, check out these articles:

At Computex 2020, AMD announced that it will bring new Zen 3-powered Ryzen models to market that will come armed with its new 3D V-Cache tech. This technique stacks L3 cache on top of the compute die, enabling up to a mind-boggling 192MB of cache per chip to provide up to 15% more performance in gaming. The first chips enter production at the end of the year.

We'll explain how we ranked the processors under each table. The game testing ranking is first. We also include an application performance metric in our application score tables, which we've split up into single- and multi-threaded measurements (below gaming table). The most powerful chip gets a 100, and all others are scored relative to it. If you want our recommendations for specific price bands, please check out our Best CPUs for Gaming.

We are on the cusp of Windows 11, which presents new challenges for testing. That means we'll be revisiting all of the Windows 11-compatible processors in our CPU benchmark hierarchy with updated testing to reflect the latest performance trends. 

CPU Benchmarks and Performance Hierarchy Charts

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We rank all the Intel and AMD processors in the tables below, but we don't include overclocked performance or 99th percentile fps rankings. You can see all of those numbers in the charts above. We've also added separate charts for integrated graphics testing.

Bear in mind that the charts above use the raw performance numbers, whereas our CPU benchmarks rankings below use a score to rank the chips relative to one another. Admittedly, the charts are getting a bit packed as we expand our rankings pool, but we'll work to separate this out into different classes as our CPU benchmarks database grows.

Intel and AMD Gaming CPU Benchmarks Hierarchy 

1080p Gaming Score1440p Gaming ScoreCPUCores/ThreadsBase/Boost GHzTDPBuy
AMD Ryzen 9 5900X100%98.5%Zen 312 / 243.7 / 4.8105WRyzen 9 5900X
AMD Ryzen 9 5950X99.94%97.27%Zen 316 / 323.4 / 4.9105WRyzen 9 3950X
Intel Core i9-11900K98.65%100%Rocket Lake8 / 163.5 / 5.3125WCore i9-11900K
AMD Ryzen 7 5800X96.71%96.54%Zen 38 / 163.8 / 4.7105WRyzen 7 5800X
AMD Ryzen 5 5600X96.49%96.23%Zen 36 / 123.7 / 4.665WRyzen 5 5600X
Intel Core i7-11700K92.06%94.60%Rocket Lake8 / 163.6 / 5.0125WCore i7-11700K
Intel Core i9-10900K90.69%94.08%Comet Lake10 / 203.7 / 5.3125WCore i9-9900K
Intel Core i9-10850K90.25%93.64%Comet Lake10 / 203.6 / 5.295WCore i9-10850K
Intel Core i5-11600K89.66%92.98%Rocket Lake6 / 123.9 / 4.9125WCore i5-11600K
Intel Core i5-1140086.37%90.25%Rocket Lake6 / 122.6 / 4.465WCore i5-11400
Intel Core i7-10700K86.04%90.36%Comet Lake8 / 163.8 / 5.1125WCore i7-10700K
Intel Core i9-10980XE83.25%86.41%Cascade Lake-X18 / 363.0 / 4.8165WCore i9-10980XE
Intel W-3175X82.06%84.91%Skylake28 / 563.1 / 4.3225W@Newegg
Ryzen 7 5700G*81.72%85.45%Zen 38 / 163.8 / 4.665WN/A
Intel Core i9-9900KS81.20%87.25%Coffee Lake-R8 / 164.0 / 5.0127W Intel Core i9-9900KS
Intel Core i7-10700/F~~Comet Lake8 / 162.9 / 4.865WIntel Core i7-10700
Intel Core i5-10600K80.45%84.90%Comet Lake6 / 124.1 / 4.8125W@Newegg
Intel Core i7-9700K78.53%%83.41%Coffee Lake-R8 / 83.6 / 4.995W@Amazon
Intel Core i9-9900K / F78.31%83.66%Coffee Lake-R8 / 163.6 / 5.095WCore i9-9900K
AMD Ryzen 9 3950X77.47%80.80%Zen 216 / 323.5 / 4.7105W@Amazon
AMD Threadripper 3970X77.27%80.19%Zen 232 / 643.7 / 4.5280WAMD Threadripper 3970X
AMD Threadripper 3960X76.88%79.30%Zen 224 / 483.8 / 4.5280WAMD Ryzen Threadripper 3960X
AMD Ryzen 7 3800XT76.57%81.51%Zen 28 / 163.9 / 4.7105W@Newegg
AMD Threadripper 3990X76.47%80.14%Zen 264 / 1282.9 / 4.3280WAMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X
AMD Ryzen 9 3900XT76.45%80.77%Zen 212 / 243.8 / 4.7105WRyzen 9 3900XT
AMD Ryzen 9 3900X~~Zen 212 / 243.8 / 4.6105W@Amazon
Intel Core i9-9980XE ~~Skylake18 / 364.4 / 4.5165W@B&HPhoto
AMD Ryzen 9 3900~~Zen 212 / 243.1 / 4.3105WOEM only
AMD Ryzen 7 3700X76.91%81.32%Zen 28 / 163.6 / 4.465W@Newegg
AMD Ryzen 5 5600G76.79%78.92%Zen 36 / 123.9 / 4.465W
AMD Ryzen 7 3800X76.05%80.88%Zen 28 / 163.9 / 4.5105W@Amazon
AMD Ryzen 5 3600XT75.33%79.95%Zen 26 / 123.8 / 4.595W@Newegg
AMD Ryzen 5 360073.21%77.72%Zen 26 / 123.6 / 4.265W@Amazon
Intel Core i9-7960X~~Skylake16 / 322.8 / 4.2165W@Newegg
Intel Core i7-8700K73.04%78.56%Coffee Lake6 / 123.7 / 4.795W@Amazon
AMD Ryzen 5 3600X72.98%77.73%Zen 26 / 123.8 / 4.495W@Newegg
AMD Ryzen 3 3300X71.99%76.70%Zen 24 / 83.8 / 4.365W@Newegg
Intel Core i5-9600K71.54%77.24%Coffee Lake-R6 / 63.7 / 4.695W@Newegg
AMD Threadripper Pro 3995WX70.59%71.24%Zen 264 / 1282.7 / 4.2280WThreadripper Pro 3995WX
Intel Core i5-8600K70.23%75.46%Coffee Lake6 / 63.6 / 4.395W@Newegg
Intel Core i7-870069.95%75.74%Coffee Lake6 / 123.2 / 4.665WCore i7-8700
Intel Core i7-8086K69.39%75.57%Coffee Lake6 / 124.0 / 5.095WCore i7-8086K
Intel Core i5-9400 / i5-9400F69.20%74.12%Coffee Lake6 / 62.9 / 4.165W@Amazon
Intel Core i5-840068.23%74.02%Coffee Lake6 / 62.8 / 4.065W@Newegg
AMD Ryzen 5 3500X~~Zen 26 / 63.6 / 4.165W@Newegg
Core i3-1010066.00%71.03%Comet Lake4 / 83.6 / 4.365WCore i3-10100
AMD Ryzen 7 2700X63.14%68.43%Zen+8 / 163.7 / 4.3105W@Newegg
Ryzen 7 4750G*62.33%68.33%Zen 28 / 163.8 / 4.665WRyzen 7 4750G
AMD Ryzen 3 310061.60%66.02%Zen 24 / 83.8 / 3.965W@Newegg
Intel Core i9-7980XE~~Skylake18 / 362.6 / 4.2165W@Amazon
Intel Core i9-7900X~~Skylake10 / 203.3 / 4.3140W@Newegg
AMD Ryzen 5 2600X61.39%67.17%Zen+6 / 123.6 / 4.295W@Amazon
Intel Core i7-7700K~~Kaby Lake4 / 84.2 / 4.591W@Amazon
AMD Threadripper 2990WX (GM)~~Zen+32 / 643.0 / 4.2250W@Newegg
Intel Core i7-7820X~~Skylake8 / 163.6 / 4.3140W@Amazon
AMD Threadripper 2950X (GM)~~Zen +16 / 323.5 / 4.4180W@Amazon
AMD Threadripper 2970WX~~Zen +24 / 483.0 / 4.2250W@Amazon
AMD Ryzen 7 2700~~Zen+8 / 163.2 / 4.165W@Amazon
AMD Threadripper 1900X (GM)~~Zen8 / 163.8 / 4.0180W@Amazon
Intel Core i7-7700~~Kaby Lake4 / 83.6 / 4.265W@Amazon
AMD Ryzen 5 2600~~Zen+6 / 123.4 / 3.965W@Newegg
Intel Core i7-7800X~~Skylake6 / 123.5 / 4.0140W@Newegg
Intel Core i5-7600K~~Kaby Lake4 / 43.8 / 4.291W@Amazon
AMD Threadripper 1950X (GM)~~Zen16 / 323.4 / 4.0180W@Newegg
AMD Threadripper 1920X (GM)~~Zen12 / 243.5 / 4.0180W@Amazon
Intel Core i3-9350KF60.18%67.03%Coffee Lake4 / 44.0 / 4.691W@Amazon
AMD Ryzen 3 5300G59.24%64.45%Zen 34 / 84.0 / 4.265WOEM Only
AMD Ryzen 7 1800X57.45%62.55%Zen8 / 163.6 / 4.095W@Newegg
Intel Core i5-7600~~Kaby Lake4 / 43.5 / 4.165W@Amazon
Intel Core i3-8100~~Coffee Lake4 / 43.6 / -65W@Amazon
Intel Core i5-7500~~Kaby Lake4 / 43.4 / 3.865W@Amazon
Intel Core i5-7400~~Kaby Lake4 / 43.0 / 3.565W@Amazon
AMD Ryzen 7 1700X~~Zen8 / 163.8 / 3.995W@Amazon
AMD Ryzen 5 1600AF~~Zen +6 / 123.2 / 3.665W@Amazon
AMD Ryzen 7 1700~~Zen8 / 163.0 / 3.865W@Newegg
Intel Core i3-8350K57.44%63.56%Coffee Lake4 / 44.0 / -91WCore i3 i3-8350K
Intel Core i3-910055.43%61.80%Coffee Lake-R4 / 43.6 / 4.265W@Newegg
AMD Ryzen 5 1600X53.32%58.90%Zen6 / 123.6 / 4.095W@Amazon
AMD Ryzen 5 1600~~Zen6 / 123.2 / 3.665W@Amazon
AMD Ryzen 5 3400G52.07%57.31%Zen +4 / 83.7 / 4.265W@Amazon
Intel Core i5-7400~~Kaby Lake4 / 4 3.0 / 3.565W@Newegg
Intel Core i3-810051.66%61.38%Coffee Lake4 / 43.6 / -65W@Amazon
AMD Ryzen 3 3200G49.03%54.48%Zen +4 / 43.6 / 4.065W@Amazon
AMD Ryzen 5 2400G47.83%52.10%Zen+4 / 83.6 / 3.965W@Newegg
AMD Ryzen 5 1500X~~Zen4 / 83.5 / 3.765W@Newegg
Intel Core i3-7350K~~Kaby Lake2 / 44.2 / -60W@Newegg
Intel Pentium G5600~~Coffee Lake2 / 43.9 / -54W@Newegg
AMD Ryzen 3 2200G44.97%49.93%Zen+4 / 43.5 / 3.765W@Amazon
AMD Ryzen 3 1300X~~Zen4 / 43.5 / 3.765W@Amazon
Intel Core i3-7300~~Kaby Lake2 / 44.0 / -51W@BH&Photo
Intel Pentium G560040.03%45.96%Coffee Lake2 / 43.9 / -54W@Intel
Intel Pentium G540039.01%44.53%Coffee Lake2 / 43.7 / -54W@Amazon
Intel Core i3-7100~~Kaby Lake2 / 43.9 / -51W@Amazon
AMD Ryzen 5 1400~~Zen4 / 83.2 / 3.465W@Amazon
Intel Pentium G4620~~Kaby Lake2 / 43.7 / -54W@Newegg
Intel Pentium G4560~~Kaby Lake2 / 43.5 / -54W@Newegg
AMD Athlon 3000G~~Zen+2 / 43.5 / -35W@Amazon
AMD Athlon 240GE~~Zen2 / 43.5 / -35W@Amazon
AMD Athlon 220GE~~Zen2 / 43.4 / -35W@Amazon
AMD Athlon 200GE~~Zen2 / 43.2 / -35W@Amazon
AMD Ryzen 3 1200~~Zen4 / 43.1 / 3.265W@Amazon
Zhaoxin KaiXian KX-U6780A~~LuJiaZui 8 / 82.7 / -70WN/A
AMD A10-9700~~Bristol Ridge4 / 43.5 / 3.865W@Newegg

*indicates an APU tested with a discrete GPU. Note: These types of processors are geared for performance with integrated graphics - please see individual reviews or our section below for those performance rankings.

We've ranked all the consumer Intel 11th, 10th, 9th, 8th, and 7th Gen processors, along with AMD's Ryzen and Threadripper chips from all four generations. We have two rankings for each chip, based on 1080p and 1440p CPU gaming benchmarks, but the chart is aligned sequentially based on the 1080p game results. The 1440p listings aren't listed in sequential order due to the unfortunate limitations with our tables. Pay attention to the 1440p rankings: Some faster chips at 1440p CPU benchmarks may be listed below slower chips simply because of the 1080p results.

We measured performance for the 1080p CPU gaming benchmarks with a geometric mean of Borderlands 3, Hitman 2, Far Cry 5, Project CARS 3, Red Dead Redemption 2, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider. We measured performance for the 1440p CPU gaming benchmarks with a geometric mean of Borderlands 3, Project CARS 3, Far Cry 5, Red Dead Redemption 2, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

As you can see, AMD's Ryzen 9 5950X and Ryzen 9 5900X take the slimmest of leads over Intel's flagship Core i9-11900K in 1080p, but the Core i9-11900K takes the lead at 11440p, meaning these chips are very closely matched. Also, check out those CPU benchmarks performance deltas between the previous-gen Ryzen processors and the 5000 series, and between the 10th-Gen Comet Lake and 11th-Gen Rocket Lake. That's impressive and comes as the byproduct of a heated competition for gaming supremacy. Enthusiasts are surely benefiting.

Most folks overlook the incredible power efficiency of the Zen 3 processors, but that equates to a faster, cooler, and quieter system that doesn't require super-expensive cooling solutions. Take note of the TDP divide in our charts - it's surprising. Check out our review for more in-depth power testing.     

Intel and AMD Integrated Graphics Gaming CPU Benchmarks Hierarchy 

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Ryzen 7 5700G B550-E 100%100%
Ryzen 5 5600G96.3%96%
Ryzen 7 4750G92.9%94.1%
Ryzen 3 5300G85.8%87.2%
Ryzen 5 3400G83.5%84.1%
Ryzen 3 3200G77.1%78.1%
Intel UHD Graphics 750 32 EU (11600K, 11700K)58.3%~48.9%
Intel UHD Graphics 730 24 EU (i5-11400)51.7%42.9%
Intel UHD Graphics 630 24 EU (10600K)36.0%34.4%

Here's our list of gaming performance with integrated graphics on several of the leading APUs available. We've split this into two different price ranges, so be sure to flip through all of the performance charts. For a bit of commentary and analysis of these results, head to our recent Ryzen 7 5700G, Ryzen 5 5600G and Ryzen 3 5300G reviews. 

Intel and AMD Single-Threaded CPU Benchmarks Performance Hierarchy

Single-Threaded App ScoreArchitectureCores/ThreadsBase/Boost GHzTDP
Intel Core i9-11900K (ABT off/on)100% / 99.57%Rocket Lake8 / 163.5 / 5.3125W
AMD Ryzen 9 5950X95.31%Zen 316 / 323.4 / 4.9105W
Core i7-11700K94.29%Rocket Lake8 / 163.6 / 5.095W
AMD Ryzen 9 5900X93.69%Zen 312 / 243.7 / 4.8105W
AMD Ryzen 7 5800X92.84%Zen 38 / 163.8 / 4.7105W
Intel Core i5-11600K92.56%Rocket Lake8 / 163.9 / 4.9125W
AMD Ryzen 5 5600X89.19%Zen 36 / 123.7 / 4.665W
Ryzen 7 5700G88.92%Zen 38 / 163.9 / 4.465W
Intel Core i9-10900K86.68%Comet Lake10 / 203.7 / 5.3125W
AMD Ryzen 5 5600G85.75%Zen 36 / 123.9 / 4.465W
Intel Core i9-10850K84.87%Comet Lake10 / 203.6 / 5.295W
Intel Core i9-9900KS83.13%Coffee Lake-R8 / 164.0 / 5.0127W
Intel Core i5-1140083.09%Rocket Lake6 / 122.6 / 4.465W
Intel Core i9-9900K82.63%Coffee Lake-R8 / 163.6 / 5.095W
Intel Core i7-10700K82.31%Comet Lake8 / 163.8 / 5.1125W
AMD Ryzen 3 5300G81.51%Zen 34 / 8 4.0 / 4.265W
Intel Core i7-9700K80.36%Coffee Lake-R8 / 83.6 / 4.995W
AMD Ryzen 7 3800XT79.75%Zen 28 / 163.9 / 4.7105W
AMD Ryzen 5 3600XT79.11%Zen 26 / 123.8 / 4.595W
AMD Ryzen 9 3900XT78.86%Zen 212 / 243.8 / 4.7105W
Intel Core i5-10600K78.79%Comet Lake6 / 124.1 / 4.125W
AMD Ryzen 7 3800X78.37%Zen 28 / 163.9 / 4.5105W
AMD Ryzen 9 3950X78.18%Zen 216 / 323.5 / 4.7105W
AMD Ryzen 9 3900X77.68%Zen 212 / 243.8 / 4.6105W
Intel Core i7-10700/F~Comet Lake8 / 162.9 / 4.865W
Ryzen 7 4750G77.2%Zen 38 /163.6 / 4.465W
AMD Threadripper 3970X76.52%Zen 232 / 643.7 / 4.5280W
AMD Threadripper 3960X76.42%Zen 224 / 483.8 / 4.5280W
Intel Core i7-8700K76.32%Coffee Lake6 / 123.7 / 4.795W
AMD Ryzen 7 3700X76.29%Zen 28 / 163.6 / 4.465W
Intel Core i7-8086K76.21%Coffee Lake6 / 124.0 / 5.095W
AMD Ryzen 5 3600X75.85%Zen 26 / 123.8 / 4.495W
Intel Core i3-9350KF75.72%Coffee Lake4 / 44.0 / 4.691W
AMD Ryzen 3 3300X75.62%Zen 24 / 83.8 / 4.365W
Intel Core i5-9600K75.41%Coffee Lake-R6 / 63.7 / 4.695W
Intel Core i9-10980XE75.24%Cascade Lake-X18 / 363.0 / 4.8165W
AMD Threadripper 3990X75.10%Zen 264 / 1282.9 / 4.3280W
Intel Core i7-870074.66%Coffee Lake6 / 123.2 / 4.665W
AMD Threadripper Pro 3995WX74.20%Zen 264 / 1282.7 / 4.2280W
AMD Ryzen 5 360073.02%Zen 26 / 123.6 / 4.265W
Intel Core i9-9980XE~Skylake18 / 364.4 / 4.5165W
Intel Core i7-7700K~Kaby Lake4 / 84.2 / 4.591W
Intel Core i5-8600K71.08%Coffee Lake6 / 63.6 / 4.395W
Core i3-1010070.80%Coffee Lake4 / 83.6 / 4.365W
AMD Ryzen 7 2700X69.53%Zen+8 / 163.7 / 4.3105W
Intel Core i3-910069.20%Coffee Lake-R4 / 43.6 / 4.265W
AMD Ryzen 3 310067.74%Zen 24 / 83.8 / 3.965W
Intel Core i5-9400 / -9400F67.67%Coffee Lake6 / 62.9 / 4.165W
Intel Xeon W-3175X67.51%Skylake28 / 563.1 / 3.8225W
AMD Ryzen 5 2600X66.78%Zen+6 / 123.6 / 4.295W
Intel Core i3-8350K / -8350KF66.71%Coffee Lake4 / 44.0 / -91W
Intel Core i5-840066.03%Coffee Lake6 / 62.8 / 4.065W
AMD Ryzen 5 3500X~Zen 26 / 63.6 / 4.165W
AMD Ryzen 9 3900~Zen 212 / 243.1 / 4.365W
Intel Core i3-7100~Kaby Lake2 / 43.9 / -51W
AMD Threadripper 2950X~Zen +16 / 323.5 / 4.4180W
AMD Threadripper 2990WX~Zen+32 / 643.0 / 4.2250W
AMD Threadripper 2970WX~Zen +24 / 483.0 / 4.2250W
AMD Ryzen 5 3400G64.86%Zen +4 / 83.7 / 4.265W
AMD Ryzen 5 1600X63.62%Zen6 / 123.6 / 4.095W
AMD Ryzen 7 1800X61.99%Zen8 / 163.6 / 4.095W
Intel Core i5-7400~Kaby Lake4 / 4 3.0 / 3.565W
AMD Ryzen 3 3200G60.90%Zen +4 / 43.6 / 4.065W
AMD Ryzen 5 2400G60.79%Zen+4 / 83.6 / 3.965W
AMD Ryzen 3 1300X~Zen4 / 43.5 / 3.765W
AMD Ryzen 5 1600AF~Zen6 / 123.2 / 3.665W
Intel Pentium G560060.13%Coffee Lake2 / 43.9 / -54W
Intel Core i3-810060.12%Coffee Lake4 / 43.6 / -65W
AMD Ryzen 3 2200G57.09%Zen4 / 43.5 / 3.765W
Intel Pentium G540056.79%Coffee Lake2 / 43.7 / -54W
AMD Athlon 3000G~Zen+2 / 43.5 / -35W
AMD Athlon 220GE~Zen2 / 43.4 / -35W
Intel Pentium G4560~Kaby Lake2 / 43.5 / -54W
AMD Athlon 200GE~Zen2 / 43.2 / -35W
AMD A10-9700~Bristol Ridge4 / 43.5 / 3.865W
Zhaoxin KaiXian KX-U6780A~LuJiaZui 8 / 82.7 / -70W

We calculate the above single-threaded CPU benchmarks rankings based on a geometric mean of Cinebench, POV-Ray, and LAME. The latter consists of two tests: One short duration test and one extended-duration test to measure performance once Intel's boost duration limits have been exceeded.

Single-threaded performance is often tied directly to the responsiveness and snappiness of your PC in any number of daily applications, like loading an operating system or surfing the web. This metric largely depends upon a mixture of instruction per cycle (IPC) throughput (the number of operations the chip can execute in one clock cycle) and frequency, which is the speed at which the transistors switch between on and off states.

However, a whole host of other considerations, such as cache, architecture, and interconnects (like rings, meshes, and infinity fabric) impact this measure of per-core performance, so these results do not align perfectly based upon clock frequency. Instead, performance varies with each application and how well it is tuned for the respective architectures.

With all that said, the CPU benchmarks delta between Intel's flagship Core i9-10900K and the Ryzen 5000 processors was incredible - at worst, Ryzen 5000 was 10% faster in single-threaded performance. The paradigm has changed, though, as the Core i9-11900K takes a convincing 5% lead over AMD's Ryzen 9 5950X to take the lead in our single-threaded hierarchy. Rocket Lake's Cypress Cove architecture has proven to be beastly in single-threaded work, but we don't see those same gains translate over to gaming performance.

Intel and AMD Multi-Threaded CPU Benchmarks Performance

Multi-Threaded App ScoreArchitectureCores/ThreadsBase/Boost GHzTDP
AMD Threadripper 3990X100.0%Zen 264 / 1282.9 / 4.3280W
AMD Threadripper Pro 3995WX97.59%Zen 264 / 1282.7 / 4.2280W
AMD Threadripper 3970X75.74%Zen 232 / 643.7 / 4.5280W
AMD Threadripper 3960X64.76%Zen 224 / 483.8 / 4.5280W
Intel Xeon W-3175X59.95%Skylake28 / 563.1 / 4.3225W
AMD Ryzen 9 5950X53.58%Zen 316 / 323.4 / 4.9105W
AMD Ryzen 9 3950X47.32%Zen 216 / 323.5 / 4.7105W
AMD Ryzen 9 5900X45.89%Zen 312 / 243.7 / 4.8105W
Intel Core i9-10980XE43.06%Cascade Lake-X18 / 363.0 / 4.8165W
Intel Core i9-9980XE~Skylake18 / 364.4 / 4.5165W
AMD Threadripper 2990WX~Zen+32 / 643.0 / 4.2250W
AMD Ryzen 9 3900X38.69%Zen 212 / 243.8 / 4.6105W
AMD Ryzen 9 3900XT38.66%Zen 212 / 243.8 / 4.7105W
Intel Core i9-11900K (ABT off/on)36.01% / 37.07%Rocket Lake8 / 163.5 / 5.3125W
AMD Threadripper 2970WX~Zen +24 / 483.0 / 4.2250W
Core i7-11700K34.26%Rocket Lake8 / 163.6 / 5.0125W
Intel Core i9-10900K33.79%Comet Lake10 / 203.7 / 5.3125W
AMD Ryzen 7 5800X33.48%Zen 38 / 163.8 / 4.7105W
Intel Core i9-10850K33.38%Comet Lake10 / 203.6 / 5.295W
AMD Threadripper 2950X~Zen +16 / 323.5 / 4.4180W
AMD Ryzen 9 3900~Zen 212 / 243.1 / 4.365W
Ryzen 7 5700G29.73%Zen 38 / 163.8 / 4.665W
Intel Core i9-9900KS29.11%Coffee Lake-R8 / 164.0 / 5.0127W
AMD Ryzen 7 3800XT28.49%Zen 28 / 163.9 / 4.7105W
AMD Ryzen 7 3800X28.25%Zen 28 / 163.9 / 4.5105W
Intel Core i7-10700K28.17%Comet Lake8 / 163.8 / 5.1125W
Intel Core i9-9900K27.78%Coffee Lake-R8 / 163.6 / 5.095W
AMD Ryzen 7 3700X27.47%Zen 28 / 163.6 / 4.465W
Intel Core i5-11600K26.79%Rocket Lake8 / 163.9 / 4.9125W
AMD Ryzen 5 5600X26.15%Zen 36 / 123.7 / 4.665W
AMD Ryzen 7 4750G26.06%Zen 38 / 163.6 / 4.465W
Intel Core i7-10700/F~Comet Lake8 / 162.9 / 4.865W
Intel Core i5-1140024.46%Rocket Lake6 / 122.6 / 4.465W
AMD Ryzen 5 5600G23.33%Zen 36 / 123.9 / 4.465W
Intel Core i7-9700K22.81%Coffee Lake-R8 / 83.6 / 4.995W
AMD Ryzen 5 3600XT22.28%Zen 26 / 123.8 / 4.595W
AMD Ryzen 5 3600X21.76%Zen 26 / 123.8 / 4.495W
AMD Ryzen 5 360021.41%Zen 26 / 123.6 / 4.265W
AMD Ryzen 7 2700X21.59%Zen+8 / 163.7 / 4.3105W
Intel Core i5-10600K20.83%Comet Lake6 / 124.1 / 4.8125W
Intel Core i7-8700K20.23%Coffee Lake6 / 123.7 / 4.795W
Core i7-870020.04%Coffee Lake6 / 123.2 / 4.665W
Core i7-8086K19.30%Coffee Lake6 / 124.0 / 5.095W
AMD Ryzen 7 1800X19.17%Zen8 / 163.6 / 4.095W
AMD Ryzen 5 2600X16.96%Zen+6 / 123.6 / 4.295W
Intel Core i5-9600K16.60%Coffee Lake-R6 / 63.7 / 4.695W
AMD Ryzen 5 3500X~Zen 26 / 63.6 / 4.165W
Intel Core i7-7700K~Kaby Lake4 / 84.2 / 4.591W
Intel Core i5-8600K15.93%Coffee Lake6 / 63.6 / 4.395W
AMD Ryzen 3 5300G15.83%Zen 34 / 84.0 / 4.265W
AMD Ryzen 3 3300X15.55%Zen 24 / 83.8 / 4.365W
AMD Ryzen 5 1600AF~Zen6 / 123.2 / 3.665W
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The 7 Best i7 Processors of 2021

Final Verdict

The unlocked Intel i7-10700K is the best i7 CPU on the market. It's 4K ready, and it has a base clock speed of 3.8 (max 5.1GHz) and tons of power. The locked i7-10700 is a close second, as the i7-10700 comes packaged with a cooling fan where the 10700K does not.

How We Tested

We evaluate CPUs based on their ability to handle productivity, multitasking, and gaming. To test processors, we put them in our custom build, keeping all other components the same. Then we put the processor to the test by running benchmark tests like PCMark, Geekbench 5, Passmark to get objective scores. We also use the processors in our workflow, using them for video rendering and gaming, and other productivity tasks. Finally, we look at price and competitor benchmarks to get an idea of the value proposition and make a final judgment. Lifewire purchases all review products; we do not receive them from manufacturers.

About Our Trusted Experts

Erika Rawes has been writing professionally for more than a decade, and she’s spent the last five years writing about consumer technology. Erika has reviewed roughly 125 gadgets, including computers, peripherals, games, A/V equipment, mobile devices, and smart home gadgets.

Ajay Kumar is Tech Editor at Lifewire. With over seven years of experience, he's previously been published in PCMag and Newsweek where he reviewed thousands of products including PC hardware, monitors, phones, laptops, and other devices. He built his own gaming rig and though he uses a Ryzen 3700X, he has previously used Intel processors.

Alan Bradley is Tech Editor at Lifewire. He has over a decade working in the media industry and has previously been published on PC Gamer and GamesRadar+. With thousands of reviews under his belt, he's also built his own gaming rig and has used and tested various Intel processors.


Is Intel or AMD better?
Both AMD and Intel have some really great offerings, and are highly competitive with one another. The better brand often changes with each generation. The best brand can also change based on exactly what you’re looking for in your chip. One AMD CPU may score much higher in productivity, but not as good as Intel in gaming. It's best to research all available AMD and Intel chips in your price range before making a decision.

Should I buy Ryzen or Intel?

This depends on many factors. When deciding what to buy, first think about your current system. What chipset does your motherboard have, how big is your power supply, and what cooling do you currently have? Next, determine what your budget is, and what level CPU you want to buy, especially considering the main purpose for your CPU (gaming, productivity, content, or a combination). Once you have made these decisions and determined if you’re willing to swap out other parts of your rig to best fit your CPU purchase, you can then narrow down which brand to buy.

Which CPU is best for home use?

Many people like to game at home, so you may want to look at the AMD Ryzen 5800X or the Intel i9-10900K CPUs. If you work at home, you may want something that can handle everything, like our best overall choice: the AMD Ryzen 5900X.

What to Look for When Buying Intel i7 Processors

Multitasking and Usage

What do you use your PC for? Are you spending most of your time surfing the web and word processing, or are you performing heavier tasks like content creation? How much multitasking do you need to do? Higher end i7 processors with more cores and features like multi-threading might help boost your PC’s performance. This is particularly useful for graphic designers, media editors, and other people whose work requires a lot of numbers to be crunched or images to be rendered.


A gaming processor doesn't need to have the top specs in terms of core count, but it should be able to handle heat and it should have fast clock speeds (and overclocking). Overclocking can significantly increase your gaming PC’s capabilities. Processors that are overclockable are marked by having a "K" at the end of their name.


These processors typically cost less than the i9 series, but they still aren’t cheap. You might be able to get away with an even more affordable CPU from Intel’s i5 or i3 lineup. The i3 may be fine for basic browsing and word processing, while the i5 will work for a mix of workflows along with some gaming. Depending on what you plan to do, these or an affordable model from AMD's Ryzen lineup could be better buys.

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2020 CPU Hierarchy - Best Gaming CPUs ranked

Your CPU has a huge effect on overall performance and, to many, is a computer's most important component. But when it comes time to buying a CPU for your desktop, you'll find a dizzying collection of model numbers and specs from both Intel and AMD. We've listed our the best CPUs for gaming and best processors for work in other articles, but if you want to know how each chip stacks up against all the others and how we come to our decisions, this CPU Hierarchy is for you.

Below, we have ranked all the consumer Intel 9th, 8th and 7th Gen processors, along with AMD's Ryzen and Threadripper chips from all three generations. We determined the order in the first table based on a geometric mean of gaming performance in four titles: Grand Theft Auto V, Hitman 2, Final Fantasy XV, and World of Tanks.

We also include an application performance metric in our second application score table, which we've split up into single- and multi-core measurements. We generated the single-threaded metric via a geometric mean of performance in single-threaded LAME, Cinebench, POV-Ray and y-cruncher applications, giving you a good idea of performance in everyday desktop PC applications. The multi-threaded workload column is based on performance in 7zip, Cinebench, POV-ray, vray, Blender, and Handbrake x264 and x265 workloads represent performance in productivity-focused applications that tend to require more compute horsepower.

The most powerful chip gets a 100 and all others are scored relative to it. If you want our recommendations for specific price bands, please check out our Best CPUs for gaming page.

CPU Hierarchy and Ranking of Desktop Gaming CPUs

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Intel PC Processors Ranking 2021

Best Intel processor: Core i3, i5, i7 and i9 explained

What’s the best Intel processor?

If you’ve already sided with Team Blue in the Intel vs AMD debate, then we’ve provided a rundown of all the best Intel processor options here, as well as multiple explanations if you’re not well rehearsed in CPU lingo.

The first thing you need to know is that Intel is now in its 11th Generation for both laptops and desktop chips. 11th Gen laptop CPUs (aka Tiger Lake) have been around for some time now, and are great for someone who wants a slim and light laptop that can do some light gaming.

11th Gen desktop processors (aka Rocket Lake) are much newer, and a mixed bag. The higher-end chipsets disappoint, struggling to compete with AMD Ryzen rivals, and even Intel’s last generation 10th Gen CPUs. 

But what are the best Intel processor options you should buy. Let’s start with a few recommendations for different scenarios. 

A snapshot of recommendations

Best Intel processor for budget gaming desktops: Intel Core i5-11400F

Consider the Intel Core i5-11400F if you want a processor for a gaming PC and have a tight budget. It doesn’t have its own GPU, so needs to be paired with a graphics card. But this saves you a little cash over the standard i5-11400. 

We haven’t reviewed this processor, but the specs suggest that it probably offers the biggest proportional generation jump in performance of the 11th Gen desktop series, and is not a bad pairing even for very high-end cards like the Nvidia RTX 3080 with most games. That’s right, a £150 CPU can be paired with a GPU that costs £649-£2000, depending on timing and luck when you try to buy a graphics card.

Hardcore PC gamers would disagree, not least because the Intel Core i4-11400F is not an unlocked processor, meaning it cannot be overclocked properly. But it’s a good buy for many. 

Best all-rounder performance CPU:
Intel Core i5-10600K

The Intel Core i5-10600K is the Intel CPU I am most likely to recommend to enthusiast system builders who do not have a limitless budget. It’s powerful enough to act as, at most, a mild bottleneck when paired with the most powerful graphics cards. 

Performance per pound is sound, and this is a “K” series card, giving you the option to overclock substantially if you have the cooling to match. And it has baked in UHD 630 graphics. You can use it without a graphics card, handy if you’re waiting for prices to cool down a bit before buying. 

Intel’s most powerful mainstream desktop CPU:
Intel Core i9-11900K

Our Computing Editor, Ryan Jones, is not a huge fan of the Intel Core i9-11900K, with good reason. It’s expensive and doesn’t match its AMD rivals for multi-threaded performance. 

However, its single-core performance is excellent and you need one of these 11th Gen Intel or Ryzen 5000 chips to get PCIe 4.0 support. This is required to max-out the speed of the latest SSDs.

Some of the performance fiends out there should still consider the older Intel Core i9-10900K, though. It’s significantly cheaper and actually outperforms the newer processor in quite a few situations because it has 10 cores, to the Intel Core i9-11900K’s eight. 

Best laptop CPU to look out for:
Intel Core i5-1135G7

I’ve picked the laptop Core i5 as the laptop CPU of choice, but your options are likely to determined in part by the model you choose. Not all laptops come in all varieties of processor. 

However, the i5-1135G7,i7-1165g7, i5-1185g7 and i7-1185g7 mobile processors are the 11th Gen laptop highlights as they have Intel Xe graphics.

These chipsets are better than the integrated GPUs of their respective desktop cousins, and let you play games once thought of as ultra-demanding on a thin and light laptop. I’m talking about titles like Kingdom Come: Deliverance and The Witcher 3, not genuine oldies like Skyrim. 

Intel Rocket Lake

Choosing between an Intel Core i3, i5, i7 and i9

An Intel Core i5 is a sensible place to start whether you plan to buy a laptop or desktop. You can’t really go wrong with an i5, particularly with the 11th generation chipsets. They have enough power for high-end gaming, intensive image editing work and video editing. And they use less power than a Core i7 or i9, which is nice.

The Core i7 is more powerful than the Core i5 series. And the Core i9 chipsets are, you guessed it, more powerful than the i7s.

Intel’s Core i3 CPUs are usually the least-discussed these days, but they still exist and are a great choice for low-cost family PCs and ultra-budget gaming desktops. However, at the time of writing you’d have to buy a 10th Gen i3-10100 as an 11th Gen Core i3 is not available (yet). 

So how do you quantify the differences between an Intel Core i3 and an i9? I’m going to stay away from benchmark results and too much deep tech talk, and stick to two factors: cores and clock speed.

I can use a human analogy here. If you have more cores, you have more workers to do a job. And a higher clock speed means each of these workers can get stuff done at a quicker pace.

Some tasks, like gaming, benefit more from a few fast cores than an increased number of them. But others like video editing love a processor with lots of cores, because the applications are designed to exploit all the available CPU power. Games are, for the most part, miners of graphics card power. 

Here’s a run down of the core counts, base clock speeds and turbo clock speeds of the desktop 11th Gen CPUs, for reference. 

Intel Core i5-11400 6 cores2.6GHz4.4GHz Turbo
Intel Core i5-11600K6 cores3.9GHz4.8GHz Turbo
Intel Core i7-117008 cores2.5GHz4.9GHz Turbo
Intel Core i7-11700K8 cores3.6GHz5GHz Turbo
Intel Core i9-11900K8 cores3.9GHz5.3GHz Turbo
Intel Core i3-10100 (10th Gen)4 cores3.6GHz4.3GHz Turbo

In previous years we would have had to explain another term to get to the root of performance differences, hyperthreading. But all the main 11th Gen have hyperthreading.

This is where you (to torture the metaphor a little more) get to give each of the workers two jobs at at time instead of one. Those folks should unionise.

Looking a little deeper into the upgrades

Higher-end Intel processors also have more cache memory than mid-range and low-end ones. This is very fast storage used to hold the data the CPU cores are about to need. The Intel Core i3-10100 has 6MB, the Intel Core i5-11600K 12MB. 

Top-spec CPUs like the Intel Core i9-11900K and Intel Core i7-11700K have 16MB. However, the last gen i9-10900K has 20MB. Intel can justify this as the newer version has fewer cores, but it’s another reason why some techies look down on the 11th Gen Core i9.

Intel Rocket Lake

How to choose an Intel CPU: What the names mean

Choosing whether to buy a Core i5, i7 or i9 can seem pretty simple. It’s one of those “good, better, best” scenarios. But you also need to pay attention to the letters at the end of a CPU name before you head to the checkout. 

Here’s what they mean. 

Desktop letters

K – This means the CPU is unlocked, which is essential if you plan on overclocking. This is where you manually increase the speed of a processors cored beyond their defaults, for better performance at the cost of more heat. Gamers who pay attention to the cooling in their desktops will always want an unlocked CPU.

F – Processors with an ‘F’at the end do not have an integrated graphics section. This means they absolutely need some form of standalone graphics card, or they won’t even be able to display Windows. Those building a gaming PC should consider one of these, as it saves you a small amount of cash, which can be spent elsewhere. 

T – Most of you probably don’t want a ‘T’CPU. These use lower clock speeds in order to consume less power. Why would you want one? They also create less heat, so are a good fit for cramped mini PCs. 

Laptop letters

G – This means the CPU has its own half-decent graphics section built into the CPU. However, Intel now puts ‘G’in stacks its Core i series laptop, making it next to meaningless without also looking at the number that follows. “G4” means a laptop has an Intel UHD graphics chip, which is pretty poor. “G7” means it has Intel Xe graphics, which are kinda great. They let you play some surprisingly demanding games

H – ‘H’stands for high performance. These processors get you closer to desktop PC power, but also use a lot more of battery and create more heat under strain. They are used in thicker, heavier laptops that can accommodate better cooling systems. But you probably wouldn’t want to carry most of them around every day. 

U – You don’t see the ‘U’in Intel’s 11th Gen laptop CPU names. But it’s an important one to know because it was everywhere beforehand, and older processors will float around for a while. It stands for Ultra Low Voltage — battery-saving, in other words. Intel’s “G” laptop CPUs are in the same mould, made largely for thin and light laptops.

Intel Rocket Lake

Should you go below the Core i series?

There are two rungs below the Intel Core i3 series: Pentium and Celeron. 

Intel Pentium CPUs come in Gold and Silver versions. Pentium Golds are desktop CPUs, and are not a bad fit for a computer that will just be used for Office apps, video streaming and browsing. Or as part of a budget gaming PC with a low-end or lower-mid-range graphics card.

However, they only have two cores and are not close to the recommended Core i5-11600 and Core i5-11400 in performance. The G6605 is the latest Pentium Gold processor. Pentium Silver chipsets, like the N6000, are laptop processors and are only well suited to the basics. If the jump to an 11th Gen Intel Core i3 does not cost too much, make that jump.

Celerons are the weakest Intel processors, and are not recommended in general. Laptops with these processors are usually noticeably slow. You are better off spending a little more on at least a Pentium Gold in a desktop build.

Should you wait for the 12th Gen Intel series?

Intel’s next generation of CPUs will offer more dramatic changes than the 11th Gen. The 12th generation of desktop CPUs is known as Alder Lake, and will use sets of ‘power’ cores and efficiency cores. This arrangement is similar the Apple M1 CPU used in the latest MacBook Air. It’s quite a dramatic change. 

Where today’s Core i9 CPU has eight cores, the next will likely have 16: eight ‘big’cores and eight ‘little’cores. The hope is for a high-end processor that can beat the standard-setting AMD Ryzen 9 5900x/5950X, and make up some of the ground Intel has lost to Apple in the laptop space. 

Intel’s next generation of CPUs will be far more interesting than the 11th. But you’ll also need a new motherboard as they will connect using a different socket. Stick to Trusted Reviews for all of the latest news on Intel’s upcoming processors. 

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Processors ranked i7

Finding the right parts for your gaming PC can be a pleasant but also a somewhat tedious process.

While many hardware enthusiasts enjoy comparing benchmarks and scouring different professional reviews before settling on a final pick, others will have a hard time making sense of all the information if they’re not familiar with the subject matter.

Fortunately, finding the right CPU doesn’t necessarily have to include time-consuming Googling of different models and cross-comparing of different specs, benchmarks, and reviews.

Below you’ll find our gaming CPU hierarchy, with all of the current and last-gen CPUs ranked according to their gaming performance.

Tier 1 – Enthusiast

Intel Core i9 10900K

These first-tier CPUs are the most powerful CPUs currently on the market. They have the highest core and thread counts and they commonly have excellent overclocking potential, although they tend to be more power-hungry, too, not to mention pricey.

Truth be told, these CPUs aren’t really ideal for gaming, and they are usually a best fit for those who intend to use their PCs not only for gaming but also for some CPU-intensive professional software.

Tier 2 – High-End

AMD Ryzen 7 3700X

The processors found in this tier are usually the best pick for those who intend on getting a powerful high-end GPU to go with the CPU. 

Their performance isn’t quite on the level of the more expensive Ryzen 9 and Core i9 models listed above, but they’re still very powerful. They can make the most of the beefiest GPUs currently available and handle professional software well, too.

Tier 3 – Mid-Range

Intel Core i5 10600K

Now, we get to the mid-range, and the CPUs found here are often the most popular picks for gaming PCs, and for a good reason — they tend to offer the best value for your money.

In 2021, mid-range CPUs have higher core and thread counts than ever before, they can handle even the more powerful GPUs without any significant bottleneck, and they usually come with a very approachable price tag attached.

Tier 4 – Budget

AMD Ryzen 3 3300X

Finally, for those who are pinching pennies and can’t quite afford to spend a lot of money on a CPU or the PC as a whole, both Intel and AMD have very viable budget-oriented solutions on offer.

These CPUs don’t offer the high core and thread counts nor the impressive clock speeds and overclocking potential that you’ll find in the more expensive models. Still, they’re quite affordable and would be the best, most cost-efficient pick for many budget or even mid-range gaming PCs. Sadly, though, they’re not very future-proof.

Moreover, it’s worth mentioning that AMD’s APUs (the processors marked with a “G” at the end of their model number) come with Vega integrated graphics that are actually perfectly viable for gaming in 2021.

Of course, they still can’t compete with dedicated GPUs, and you’ll have to drop the resolution and some graphics settings when it comes to the more demanding games. But still, if you’re on a very tight budget, don’t care much about graphics, and/or mainly intend on playing less demanding titles, getting one of these APUs and foregoing the graphics card can save you a good chunk of cash.

The Final Word

And so, that would be it for our gaming CPU hierarchy!

You’ll notice that we didn’t include any of the more expensive AMD Threadripper or Intel Core X models, and that’s because they don’t really make good picks for gaming. They pack way more processing power than what a gaming PC needs, plus they are significantly more expensive than their mainstream counterparts.

Just the same, we didn’t include any of the cheaper entry-level solutions such as AMD’s Athlon APUs or Intel’s Pentium and Celeron lineups, and for a similar reason — they also make bad picks for gaming because they are simply too weak and would inevitably bottleneck the latest GPUs to a significant degree.

Now, something else that we should mention is that, while Intel Core CPUs seem to be the definite choice for gaming, the CPUs were ranked based on gaming performance, without taking into account another important factor: value. 

When we talk about value in this context, we are referring to a CPU’s price-to-performance ratio, and since the prices can vary based on a number of unpredictable factors, it can be difficult to ascertain accurately. 

However, it’s worth noting that, while they lag behind Intel in terms of raw performance, theRyzen CPUs commonly offer much better value for your money. This is because many of them are not only cheaper than the competing Intel models to begin with, but most of them also come with AMD’s excellent Wraith coolers included in the box, thus saving you money in that respect as well.

Moreover, the Ryzen CPUs tend to offer noticeably better multi-threaded performance, too, and the differences in in-game performance between many of the CPUs listed here are quite minimal. You wouldn’t even notice some of them when actually using the CPU in question. 

So, for some more accurate recommendations, we suggest checking out our narrowed-down selection of what we feel are thebest CPUs for gaming in 2021, where we take more factors into account than just gaming performance. 

Finally, if you find that we have failed to include any of the current-gen or last-gen CPUs on the list, feel free to let us know in the comments and we’ll see about fixing the error as soon as possible!


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Quad-Core3,121143162.44$49.98AMD FX-4200 Quad-Core3,134142552.27$59.95*AMD FX-4300 Quad-Core2,940148992.24$31.87AMD FX-43203,1671410NANAAMD FX-43303,24813874.43$733.50*AMD FX-4350 Quad-Core3,266137830.24$108.02AMD FX-6100 Six-Core3,665128687.57$41.85AMD FX-6120 Six-Core3,886123835.98$108.02AMD FX-6130 Six-Core4,3531154NANAAMD FX-6200 Six-Core4,010122013.37$299.95AMD FX-6300 Six-Core4,1361190103.45$39.98AMD FX-6330 Six-Core4,4551137NANAAMD FX-6350 Six-Core4,483113046.22$96.99AMD FX-670K Quad-Core2,8971500NANAAMD FX-7500 APU1,8262001NANAAMD FX-7600P2,3061729NANAAMD FX-7600P APU2,8561520NANAAMD FX-770K Quad-Core2,5781621NANAAMD FX-8100 Eight-Core3,847124527.87$138.02AMD FX-8120 Eight-Core4,541111672.38$62.74AMD FX-8140 Eight-Core4,953105233.27$148.86*AMD FX-8150 Eight-Core5,065103866.68$75.97AMD FX-8300 Eight-Core5,247101580.75$64.98AMD FX-8310 Eight-Core5,16410236.21$831.15*AMD FX-8320 Eight-Core5,38999173.88$72.95AMD FX-8320E Eight-Core4,950105327.81$178.02AMD FX-8350 Eight-Core5,95592146.71$127.48AMD FX-8370 Eight-Core6,13489927.88$219.99AMD FX-8370E Eight-Core5,2371018208.30$25.14*AMD FX-870K Quad Core3,0941439NANAAMD FX-8800P2,7641550NANAAMD FX-9370 Eight-Core5,98091815.33$389.99AMD FX-9590 Eight-Core6,77381719.69$344.04AMD FX-9800P2,2311767NANAAMD FX-9830P3,1741406NANAAMD FX-B4150 Quad-Core3,369135037.57$89.68*AMD G-T40E2633357NANAAMD G-T40R1203554NANAAMD G-T44R1303546NANAAMD G-T48E4163162NANAAMD G-T52R1773479NANAAMD G-T56E4423142NANAAMD G-T56N4733109NANAAMD Geode NX 2400+4003182NANAAMD GX-210JA SOC2483381NANAAMD GX-212JC SOC 5703014NANAAMD GX-217GA SOC7352844NANAAMD GX-218GL SOC7542823NANAAMD GX-222GC SOC1,0382557NANAAMD GX-412HC1,0652536NANAAMD GX-415GA SOC1,3632292NANAAMD GX-420CA SOC1,5972152NANAAMD GX-420MC SOC1,7962018NANAAMD GX-424CC SOC1,7342054NANAAMD Opteron 121259329842.04$290.00*AMD Opteron 121469628767.76$89.71AMD Opteron 1214 HE8062767NANAAMD Opteron 1216781280314.23$54.85*AMD Opteron 1216 HE7272855NANAAMD Opteron 12189102682NANAAMD Opteron 12201,0362559NANAAMD Opteron 12221,0892514NANAAMD Opteron 13521,464222810.76$135.99*AMD Opteron 13541,62021306.81$238.01*AMD Opteron 13561,703207118.92$89.99*AMD Opteron 13811,7972016NANAAMD Opteron 13851,898196142.19$45.00AMD Opteron 13892,0791851NANAAMD Opteron 144316327610.55$29.95*AMD Opteron 14634632409.88$35.00*AMD Opteron 1483923192NANAAMD Opteron 15039331901.11$352.94AMD Opteron 1524283152NANAAMD Opteron 1544573126NANAAMD Opteron 16553130480.97$550.00*AMD Opteron 1706482929NANAAMD Opteron 1756822896NANAAMD Opteron 18074628306.22$119.95AMD Opteron 1856952879NANAAMD Opteron 22181,036255810.75$96.41AMD Opteron 22201,10625001.40$790.43AMD Opteron 2220 SE909268436.35$25.00*AMD Opteron 22221,198242063.08$19.00*AMD Opteron 23541,50922055.29$285.19*AMD Opteron 23561,733205619.26$89.95AMD Opteron 2373 EE1,6352120NANAAMD Opteron 23781,8641978128.65$14.49*AMD Opteron 23842,07418531.60$1,299.00AMD Opteron 2393 SE1,3172329NANAAMD Opteron 2419 EE1,9021958NANAAMD Opteron 24271,995190436.28$55.00*AMD Opteron 24312,9361490117.48$24.99*AMD Opteron 24353,0611450279.52$10.95AMD Opteron 2544513132NANAAMD Opteron 27076128213.04$249.95*AMD Opteron 275839273573.23$11.46AMD Opteron 28076528162.64$289.63AMD Opteron 285956264238.30$24.95*AMD Opteron 29095226447.05$135.00*AMD Opteron 3250 HE2,061186020.82$99.00*AMD Opteron 3260 HE2,2831738NANAAMD Opteron 32803,720127437.95$98.02AMD Opteron 3320 EE1,91819443.50$548.00AMD Opteron 3350 HE2,82515327.59$372.00AMD Opteron 33653,9731230NANAAMD Opteron 33804,13411925.11$809.00*AMD Opteron 4162 EE2,0581863102.97$19.99*AMD Opteron 4170 HE2,382169159.56$39.99AMD Opteron 41842,87215115.76$498.95AMD Opteron 4274 HE5,77694675.02$76.99AMD Opteron 42804,504112547.41$94.99*AMD Opteron 42844,665109944.99$103.70AMD Opteron 4332 HE3,7151276100.44$36.99*AMD Opteron 43343,949123230.39$129.95AMD Opteron 4365 EE3,2631379NANAAMD Opteron 43864,378114818.26$239.70*AMD Opteron 61282,826153110.50$269.00AMD Opteron 6128 HE3,0151458NANAAMD Opteron 61363,38113469.69$349.00AMD Opteron 6164 HE3,4781325NANAAMD Opteron 61722,789154318.02$154.80AMD Opteron 61743,69712820.98$3,781.00AMD Opteron 6176 SE3,564130914.26$249.89*AMD Opteron 62124,0071223200.83$19.95AMD Opteron 62204,7531087386.07$12.31AMD Opteron 62344,07212079.03$450.99AMD Opteron 62385,62596254.24$103.71AMD Opteron 62725,146102949.76$103.41AMD Opteron 62745,28610085.97$885.95AMD Opteron 62766,3518682.09$3,044.00AMD Opteron 62817,279748NANAAMD Opteron 6282 SE6,38586428.58$223.39AMD Opteron 6287 SE6,925795NANAAMD Opteron 63285,24610163.28$1,599.00AMD Opteron 63446,06991016.01$379.00*AMD Opteron 63488,0306724.70$1,708.86AMD Opteron 6366 HE4,858106414.12$343.99*AMD Opteron 63765,57296817.97$310.00AMD Opteron 63785,8899323.44$1,709.96AMD Opteron 63807,3367408.55$857.66*AMD Opteron 6386 SE7,01778451.94$135.09*AMD Opteron 8439 SE2,479165347.67$52.00*AMD Opteron X2170 APU1,9111949NANAAMD Opteron X3216 APU1,6192133NANAAMD Opteron X3418 APU3,1371424NANAAMD Opteron X3421 APU3,2891368NANAAMD Phenom 8250 Triple-Core1,1142498NANAAMD Phenom 8250e Triple-Core1,084252223.08$46.99*AMD Phenom 8400 Triple-Core1,0852520NANAAMD Phenom 8450 Triple-Core1,163245268.43$16.99*AMD Phenom 8450e Triple-Core1,1342479NANAAMD Phenom 8600 Triple-Core1,210241122.84$52.99*AMD Phenom 8600B Triple-Core1,390228092.96$14.95*AMD Phenom 8650 Triple-Core1,205241763.42$19.00*AMD Phenom 8750 Triple-Core1,3432301NANAAMD Phenom 8750B Triple-Core1,1882425NANAAMD Phenom 8850 Triple-Core1,1422469NANAAMD Phenom 8850B Triple-Core1,2812349NANAAMD Phenom 9100e Quad-Core1,279235436.58$34.95AMD Phenom 9150e Quad-Core1,30023385.25$247.50*AMD Phenom 9350e Quad-Core1,50122100.44$3,382.07*AMD Phenom 9450e Quad-Core1,455223013.86$105.00*AMD Phenom 9500 Quad-Core1,480222449.34$29.99*AMD Phenom 9550 Quad-Core1,605214253.53$29.99*AMD Phenom 9600 Quad-Core1,590215839.80$39.95AMD Phenom 9600B Quad-Core1,687208242.23$39.95*AMD Phenom 9650 Quad-Core1,694207742.37$39.99*AMD Phenom 9750 Quad-Core1,804201437.56$48.02*AMD Phenom 9750B Quad-Core1,5202200NANAAMD Phenom 9850 Quad-Core1,680208812.92$129.99*AMD Phenom 9850B Quad-Core1,9461926NANAAMD Phenom 9950 Quad-Core1,859198119.16$97.04*AMD Phenom FX-5000 Quad-Core1,5992148NANAAMD Phenom FX-5200 Quad-Core1,6992075NANAAMD Phenom II N620 Dual-Core9902608248.09$3.99*AMD Phenom II N640 Dual-Core965262617.57$54.95*AMD Phenom II N660 Dual-Core1,065253711.96$89.00AMD Phenom II N830 3+11,7682031NANAAMD Phenom II N830 Triple-Core1,1372476NANAAMD Phenom II N850 Triple-Core1,238238749.51$25.00*AMD Phenom II N870 Triple-Core1,1392473NANAAMD Phenom II N930 Quad-Core1,540218311.85$129.95*AMD Phenom II N950 Quad-Core1,517220213.48$112.60*AMD Phenom II N970 Quad-Core1,625212810.83$149.99*AMD Phenom II P650 Dual-Core933265826.66$35.00*AMD Phenom II P820 Triple-Core1,0682535NANAAMD Phenom II P840 Triple-Core1,1242486NANAAMD Phenom II P860 Triple-Core1,2142407NANAAMD Phenom II P920 Quad-Core1,160245517.85$65.00*AMD Phenom II P940 Quad-Core1,3192328NANAAMD Phenom II P960 Quad-Core1,394227635.62$39.12*AMD Phenom II X2 5111,1632451NANAAMD Phenom II X2 5211,2792353NANAAMD Phenom II X2 5451,204241827.38$43.98*AMD Phenom II X2 5501,166244716.91$68.99AMD Phenom II X2 5551,290234634.91$36.96AMD Phenom II X2 5601,426225559.48$23.98*AMD Phenom II X2 5651,38922818.23$168.87*AMD Phenom II X2 5701,3602294NANAAMD Phenom II X2 B531,1262485NANAAMD Phenom II X2 B551,151246127.40$42.02*AMD Phenom II X2 B571,0992506NANAAMD Phenom II X2 B591,337230627.85$48.02AMD Phenom II X3 700e1,4302252NANAAMD Phenom II X3 705e1,22224028.02$152.34*AMD Phenom II X3 7101,50122098.88$169.00*AMD Phenom II X3 7201,539218523.88$64.45*AMD Phenom II X3 7401,424225616.00$88.99*AMD Phenom II X3 B731,538218720.50$75.00*AMD Phenom II X3 B751,485222029.72$49.95*AMD Phenom II X3 B771,844199482.71$22.29*AMD Phenom II X4 8051,844199210.60$173.99*AMD Phenom II X4 8101,74320488.18$213.00*AMD Phenom II X4 8202,108183872.68$29.00*AMD Phenom II X4 8301,931193566.88$28.88*AMD Phenom II X4 8402,354170694.34$24.95AMD Phenom II X4 840T2,245175733.99$66.04*AMD Phenom II X4 8502,397168536.89$64.99*AMD Phenom II X4 900e1,5052207NANAAMD Phenom II X4 905e1,895196435.11$53.99*AMD Phenom II X4 9101,699207316.99$100.00*AMD Phenom II X4 910e
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