which kind of CPU is better ,inter or amd ?

March 10, 2008 9:00am CST
Which kind of CPU is better ,INTER or AMD ? What do you think ?
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11 responses
@bayernfan (1430)
• Canada
11 Mar 08
You can look at the CPU performance comparison charts at Tom's Hardware here: http://www23.tomshardware.com/cpu_2007.html Both Intel and AMD are solid companies that make solid processors. The trick is to find the best performing CPU in your price range at the cheapest price. If you are into overclocking your parts, stick to Intel. Intel CPUs run at cooler temperatures, so they have a tendency to OC well even while using stock cooling.
@Taskr36 (13923)
• United States
11 Mar 08
Those charts are always helpful and Tom's Hardware is good at keeping up to date. Unfortunately, those charts don't include the lowly Intel Celeron. Some uneducated folk buy cheap Celeron computers and think they are good just because the processor is made by Intel.
@chunter (1761)
• Singapore
10 Mar 08
Intel is definitely better. Their chips performs better and runs much cooler and silent compared to AMD.. AMD has a lot of catching up to do on the processors end and I doubt they can make it as they don't have any ground breaking new technologies and they are facing a huge loss in revenue...
@Taskr36 (13923)
• United States
11 Mar 08
Current Intel and AMD processors run at exactly the same temperatures. Neither processor makes any noise as they have no moving parts. The noise in your computer comes from fans and your hard drives.
@chumin (38)
• China
6 May 08
Inter cpu is better.AMD's price is ok.
5 May 08
i think intel is best as this product get more rating than AMD. Majority of people vote for Intel, so its better to be with majority.
@luoxpeng (23)
• China
12 Mar 08
I donot think there is a big difference between these two CPU. AMD is also good
@mnsrwt123 (2058)
• India
11 Mar 08
I think AMD is my CPU and its the affordable for all. And its speed is also good as compare to intel prices. Almost AMD have half the price of the same configuration of INTEL cpu.
@Taskr36 (13923)
• United States
11 Mar 08
It depends on how much money you are spending. If you are counting price vs performance, AMD wins in value by a little bit. If you just want to know who makes the most powerful processor you can buy, the answer is Intel. I'll do what I usually do when these questions are asked and give you a simple list of best to worst. Intel Core 2 Quad AMD Phenom Intel Core 2 Duo AMD Athlon64 X2 Intel Pentium Dual Core AMD Athlon64 Intel Pentium4 AMD Sempron64 (Semprons are better for gaming than Pentium 4s, but not as good at other tasks) Intel Celeron VIA processors (these only come in the crappiest cheapo machines)
@logaritse (388)
• Indonesia
11 Mar 08
for servers, i prefer intel processor based. but for desktop AMD, is also good and cheap.
• China
11 Mar 08
If you are not care of price, maybe intel is your choice. Otherwise, pay more attention to AMD, it has good C/P Ratio.
@amitavroy (4823)
• India
10 Mar 08
In the race of processors definitely Intel is threatened by the new company AMD and they are gaining popularity day by day not only because of their good performance but also of the cheap rate. I have two computers on my office and one of them is AMD and the other one is Intel. Both have almost sink processing speed but I have noticed that when it comes to processing Intel is overpowered by its competitor and also AMD gives a very stable performance overall was to it doesn't have any eating problem as well which I faced in its previous versions when it was newly launched. All in all I would say I'm very happy with this company and the eye in planning to stick with them. My laptop is even having a process of the same company and I am very satisfied with the performance of the same. They have no overtaking they compete teachers in almost all the segments of processor performance and that of the best thing about them. The price is not also very high which is a good thing. But the only problem that you may face is that when you buy an AMD processor the motherboard companies are very less and if the getting a defect it is very hard to get spare parts for the same.
@shekher (272)
• India
10 Mar 08
hi, i am using intel so i wud say u to go for intel. i never used AMD so i cant say more about this