Which processor is better for programming and compiling? Is there really that much of a difference between AMD Ryzen 7 4800H and Intel i7-10750H?
There’s no straight this or that answer to this. It really depends upon the type of programming you intend to do–high level or low level. If high level, then check which compiler you’re running and whether it’s optimized to run on a specific CPU. While AMD may have a higher number of cores and threads, Intel is known for its strong single-core performance and higher Turbo boost clock speed.
So more than CPU, it’s the system configuration that matters while programming. I would suggest going for a laptop with a decent configuration like the HP Probook 450 G7. It’s a business laptop with Intel Core i7-10510U processor, Intel UHD Graphics 620, 8 GB SDRAM and 2 GB DDR5 NVIDIA GeForce MX250 dedicated GPU.
The thin and light laptop comes offers long battery life so that if you’re doing serious programming, power cuts don’t spoil it. Moreover, it’s more secure with BIOS-level security protection.
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