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AMD's Ryzen 5000 wins Product of the Year nomination at the 2021 European Hardware Awards

June 11, 2021


AMD's Ryzen 5000 wins Product of the Year nomination at the 2021 European Hardware Awards

The European Hardware Association (EHA) has announced the devices or components that have won its organization's awards for 2021.

AMD has gone big in various categories: Best CPU, with AMD Ryzen 9 5950X, Best AMD Based Graphics Card in the form of new AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT (Reference), Best New Technology with AMD Zen 3 Architecture. Furthermore, the group has chosen AMD Ryzen 5000 as a Produce of the Year 2021. These awards have been announced online due to public health crisis second year in the row.

The nature of the EHA Awards is truly unique. Over 100 of Europe’s top technology journalists come together to make their choices for the very best hardware on sale across the continent in 2021.

Founded seven years ago, the member publications of the European Hardware Association have together produced over half a million articles. The individual tests required to create those features number in the millions. It’s that wealth of experience that makes the EHA uniquely qualified to judge the vest best hardware on sale in Europe and to develop intuitive, large-scale research campaigns that yield genuine insight into the market.

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