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Old 07-10-2004, 11:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Amd vs. Intel

The never ending battle of who makes a beter CPU. What do you think...
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Like I said in another thread, AMD gives you way more processor for the money. I like what I see with the Intel Pentium 4 EE, but its just way too expensive when it doesn't perform much better than a much cheaper Athlon 64. Plus, when 64-bit OS and software hits, who will want 32 bit anymore?
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Another one of these threads...

Depends what you need them for? The Xeon is a very good processor, and the P4 Extreme Edition is very fast if you have the money.

AMD gives good performance in games but not much else.

Intel

Better performance if I had the money.
Faster for video/sound/graphics editing.

AMD

Best performance:value for money ratio.
Great performance for gaming.
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How many times do we have to have these topics and then eventually have them locked

I agree with what Kangaroo said
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lol AMDRULEZZZ
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I am starting to get bored of these kind of threads.
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How many times do we have to have these topics and then eventually have them locked

I agree with what Kangaroo said
Yes, i agree too.
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Old 07-10-2004, 04:54 PM   #9 (permalink)
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So basically... AMD is better for games but Intel is better for everything else?

Im not much of a gamer and was gonna go with an AMD when I build my system this fall but now I guess im gonna go with an Intel.
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YEEEAAAAAA............go Intel!!!!
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