It does not suprise me one bit that Intel would bribe reviewers to make it seem like Ryzen would not match up to their top of the line chip.
After all, They did pay Dell for years to not use AMD chips when AMD was in the same town as Dell and Dell was making desktops.
Intel is worried since they have been to top Dog yet have way overpriced chips that really are not that fantastic. That's why most normal
Gamers went with AMD for the Price and performance per dollar spent. Intell will gladly bribe reviewers, What I saw at the launch says
that AMD just kicked them in the nuts and went PFFT at them. I am already in the planning stages of getting my Ryzen chip and build
a new desktop.
I dont think this is the first time this happened in buisness. Im sure AMD is cherry picking there chips so they beat intel in the test we have seen.
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At least one editor-in-chief of a high profile US based technology publication has in so far confirmed to Wccftech that he has in fact been approached by Intel. He went on to confirm that this is not new, but rather a standard practice by Intel to tell its side of the story.
Another edit-in-chief of one of the very top technology publications in the US confirmed that Intel has not made contact but reiterated in a similar vein that he wouldn’t be surprised if it did as it’s been a standard practice by the company