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AMD's Ryzen 3000 wins big at the 2020 European Hardware Awards

AMD scores big at the 2020 EHA Awards. (Source: EHA)
AMD scores big at the 2020 EHA Awards. (Source: EHA)
The European Hardware Association (EHA) has announced the devices or components that have won its organization's awards for 2020. This list contains some potentially easy predictions, such as the Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 for the Best Gaming Notebook. However, it is the Ryzen 3000 platform that has really cleaned up.

The European Hardware Association (EHA) has released details on its yearly awards and their winners. AMD has attracted a number of these gongs in various categories: for example, its Navi 10 has won Best GPU in the form of the Radeon RX 5700 XT; accordingly, the best AMD-based card has been found to be the Sapphire Nitro+ based on the same.

Similarly, the Renoir-powered Zephyrus G14 is now the EHA's Best Gaming Notebook for 2020. However, it is the third generation of Ryzen processors that has gained the most titles here. For example, the 5 3600 has won the EHA 2020 Best Gaming Product award. The 3 3300, on the other hand, is Best for Overclocking in the same year.

The series as a whole is now the EHA 2020 Product of the Year; of these, the Ryzen 9 3950X has been judged the Best CPU. Furthermore, the group has decided that Team Red's chiplet design for the same APUs is the year's Best New Technology. These new honors were, thanks to the public health crisis, announced online and are based on votes, testing and analysis conducted for or by members of the association in question.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-06-27 (Update: 2020-06-28)
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