Originally posted by Trifid
Well the home user is quite a small market compared to all the schools and buisnesses there are, who all use Intel. My school has about 400 computers in that all have intel CPU's.
Intels are better at applications as well.
Don't even joke. The home market is HUGE. Your school may have 400 computers, but I'm guessing atleast 2000 kids attend the school. Thats 2000 computers at home for every 400 at school. And that isn't even a good example.
If it wasn't for Dell/HP/Compaq, etc, AMD would be on top of the market for sure. Infact, MOST performance enthusiasts use AMD processors. Its by and far the home and commercial market that keeps Intel on top. Like was said before, Intel pratically hands out their processors.
I want to see the BS that will go on in a uneducated user's head when they see Intel's new ~2.0GHz processors.