Discussion in 'Computers' started by gambit3rd, Mar 22, 2004.
In the middle of the battle between AMD and INTEL, on what side are you?
AMD rocks faster than Intel, is cheaper and runs just as well. I use a Pentium 3 which is not cutting edge (1ghz) on Win 98 SE with 512 MB and it works well. Also have in the home network Athlon and Duron 1.4Ghz and they rock faster far better and they all have the same Op sys and Memory.
I think overall it will be AMD from now on as the Pentium 4 etc are overpriced including the boards they run on. Moving up to DDR memory this summer with a new board and Athlon XP3200!
AMD. Their processors run much better than Intel. As far as I have seen, nothing these days really compares to the Athlon AMD FX processor.. Beautiful piece of hardware, that processor is.
AMD roxors my boxors.
Intel because of the higher floating point.
Amd is slightly faster in gaming bc of the shorter threads while Intel have longer threads which makes them faster with other applications. Many new Intel cpus have hyperthreading which allows them to do more work. So it really depends on what you're mainly using your computer for, although similar spec computers with different cpus have about the same performace multiple uses.
i like pentium 4's as Amd processors heat up more than the pentium 4's do and i use a pentium 4 2.66ghz processor
i voted for amd because i believe atm they are the fastest? correct me if im wrong...
amd is the best
I prefer AMD for their stable processors, both of my Intel processers got fried.
Intel always work well for me I have had 4 lasted for years
i personally am for whichever one i can get the most bang for the buck! (ie cheapest) =X atm that is amd....
amd nicer for gaming..
Playing a game with Intel is like a marathon runner running a race, oblivious to the rest of the world.
Playing a game with Amd is like a marathon runner drinking a cup of coffee, talkin on the phone, jerkin off... you get my point.
AMD performs much better when trying to complete multiple tasks.
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