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Old 02-01-2004, 07:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question amd, intel, or exeon board?

whats the differences between amd, intel, and exeon motherboards? and should i stick to one kind?
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Old 02-01-2004, 08:49 AM   #2 (permalink)
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amd and intel are the two manufacturers and are each others close competitors in processors and mother boards

i will say i myself quite a fan of intel but amd is just as good
only thing i have felt is it heats quite easily as compared to intel
now exeon is used for servers and the previous ones are commonly used in home computers

rest is upto you u have to look for the correct one according to ur need

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ah cool ok thanks, i might go for AMD
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good choice psycho and also just confirm about playing certain games as you might have to install a separate card in the computer

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how do you mean?
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are you on msn messenger scorpank? if not pls pls could i have your email address lol
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YEah go amd 64 bit if u can if not then go 2500+
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AMd is the best go amd
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Definitely go for AMD, their much cheaper for their quality... Probably a 64bit, they're fast as hell
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The sales line I use is that AMD give you more "BANG for your buck".
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