What do you processor do you prefer, Intel or AMD?
• Davao, Philippines
22 Oct 09
I have already used Intel for a couple of times in the past. And I am currently using AMD in the present and an Intel with my desktop computer for the rest of the family. I much prefer AMD since Intel tend to slow down over a time... As for some of the disadvantage of AMD...I'm not yet sure since I've only used this for almost a year...
21 Oct 09
Well Like to use AMD because for playing big games AMD processor is proper utilised while Intel processor is not according to my oponion. And on same frequecy of processor the AMD processor are quite chepaer to intel processor. In many of site the comparison of these two processor company i viewed that AMD much better than Intel.
21 Oct 09
I think it depends for what purpose you are use your computer if you use computer for graphical work for that I prefer AMD and for other application I prefer Intel. On money point of you AMD is mush cheaper then Intel. AMD has some heating problem but if you are in cold place then this point is not matter.
18 Oct 09
it depends upon your usage of computer. though I prefer Intel more.. as Intel are the best in the processors but when you are going through some complex structure of computer architecture at that time AMD is more powerful than Intel like in complex circuits of industrial machines. else for normal use Intel is the best..
18 Oct 09
Now, kling there already put the topic in clean plates, and that's really no different from what I see it. Personally, I prefer Intel. Less power consumption therefore less heat, less heat to deal with means more reliability and longer lifer expectancy out of the component and to top it off a lower power bill. A while back (And this is a good while back), AMD was crap. Not so much because of general terms, because let's face it -- Their CPUs are cheap and just as efficient as Intel's if not more in given cases -- but they always had a greater power consumption and generated more heat than a microwave set at full power which was a small problem left to the end user to deal with, but the worst of it was how there wasn't a shutdown trigger and one too many people ended up with fried CPUs. These days that's no longer a problem so at worst case you'll have an unstable system, but you can counter that by acquiring a proper heat-sink and cooler, making the two CPUs again par-to-par, or perhaps giving the slight edge to AMD. Their CPUs are still in general cheaper... reason why I only keep using Intel it's because it's what I've relied upon my whole life, so I'm not going to bother and change unless there's a largely use reason for it.