AMD PC Bundles
AMD currently produces four different types of processor family for you to choose from, three of which share the AM4 socket. The entry-level family is Athlon which includes a range of quad-core processors using the Bristol Ridge architecture core that are ideal for cheap gaming PCs if you add a graphics card. Next up is the A-series of APUs which all include onboard Radeon graphics for basic gaming, multimedia and office applications. This range includes dual and quad-core models from the A6, A8, A10 and A12 families. The high-end Ryzen processor family uses the Socket AM4 and includes CPUs with up to 16 cores and support for multiple graphics cards in SLI or CrossFire. Finally there is the ultra-high-end Ryzen Threadripper processor family with up to 32 cores and quad-channel memory for the ultimate performance in heavily multithreaded applications. Ryzen Threadripper CPUs use the TR4X Socket.