AMD processors are the heart of desktop or laptop computers. They are multicore processors whose speed can handle the ever-increasing demands of programming, multimedia, and other programs. The AMD CPU in the Ryzen series, which is the current iteration, contains up to 16 processor cores.
The names of the AMD processors, which are composed of letters and numbers, indicate the kind of computer for which the AMD CPU is appropriate as well as its clock frequency. For instance, gaming PCs can benefit from the FX series. The integrated graphics unit (GPU) of the A series makes it ideal for graphic design and multimedia applications.
The various Ryzen series also vary from one another in terms of microarchitecture, including the existence of a graphics unit, number of cores in the AMD CPU, and clock speed. We will go into more depth about these for you below.