Intel called out its rival this morning, claiming that AMDs Ryzen 4000 mobile CPUs suffer major performance penalties when running on battery. The company said its testing found that multiple Ryzen laptops experienced as much as a 48 percent performance drop when running on battery as opposed to being plugged into the wall. Unsurprisingly, laptops using Intels own 11th gen Tiger Lake showed far less of a hit, the company said. While youre likely extremely skeptical of Intels claims—which are...

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