AMD or INTEL

@cnetboss (2477)
Philippines
November 24, 2006 10:43pm CST
AMD is cheaper and faster Which do you prefer?
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20 responses
@rubygrace (649)
• Philippines
1 Aug 07
Ill go for AMD this is the one im using faster and cheaper but my friend tell me that intel is also good quality.
@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
2 Aug 07
thanks for the response.
@rubygrace (649)
• Philippines
1 Aug 07
I'LL go for AMD YOUR RIGHT CHEAPER AND FASTER
@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
2 Aug 07
Thanks for the response.
• India
12 Jun 07
i prefer intel as i have been using it since long time and have not yet tried amd processor so far..... do you have any feedback about amd?
@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
24 Jun 07
Thanks for the response.
@Serjas (2328)
• India
24 Jan 07
i prefer AMD since i am using one.I use AMD because --comparatively cheap --high performance --high stabilty --greater support for gaming i recommned AMD FX 64 bit computing.It has many advantage over intel pentium 4 processors.but i heard that intel pentium duo core2 is much better than other precedures and a like performance with AMD 64.so i f you are going to buy a new computer either you go for AMD FX 64 or Pentium 4 Duo core 2. thank you!
@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
12 Jun 07
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@aelyus (634)
• Romania
21 Jan 07
i think AMD WAS cheapwer and faster. Now Intel Cpu are not so expensive,e specially D series, Even Core 2 Duo technology is not so expensive.
@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
12 Jun 07
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@suren2k6cse (2625)
• India
21 Jan 07
i prefer intel is good.
@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
12 Jun 07
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@Lemo1987 (48)
• Romania
21 Jan 07
I would defenetly go for an Intel..more precisasly A Core2 Duo..they are the new Intel procesors and it includes a new core, wich is more faster and more powerful than a Pentium 4 or any of the other AMD procesors...And they are not that expensive since Intel lowered prices last year ! I didn't had the chance to experince one myself, but I have seen test and benchmarks...ant it roks :D
@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
12 Jun 07
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• India
21 Jan 07
amd is much better than intel they are better i performance they are cheaper in price so i guess there is no room of doubt to give intel priority
@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
12 Jun 07
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• India
21 Jan 07
even though AMD is cheaper and faster i prefer intel because of its reliability and its brand
@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
12 Jun 07
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@susana25 (341)
• Philippines
12 Jan 07
I have a internet cafe and i prefer to use AMD for gaming AMD is more good and more cheaper and faster like what you have said. But I have also Intel I like Intel it has a good quality...
@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
12 Jun 07
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• India
8 Jan 07
I would prefer Intel since it generates less heat.
@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
12 Jun 07
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• United States
2 Jan 07
My desktop has an AMD and I prefer it to Intel
@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
12 Jun 07
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@paki143 (793)
• Pakistan
2 Jan 07
i prefer intel
@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
12 Jun 07
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@aesopm (306)
• Indonesia
13 Aug 07
If you choose for GREATEST NAME please choose INTEL. But If you want greater performance, more speed, and lower price please choose AMD. So I choose AMD.
• Philippines
13 Aug 07
intel pentium
• Philippines
13 Aug 07
i prefer intel
• Philippines
8 Aug 07
AMD still best, price and performance, no to mention game speed...
• Philippines
6 Aug 07
Ya, you are right. . .AMD is more affordable than Intel. . .I am using AMD Simpron now 2600+ processor and it is cool.
• India
4 Aug 07
I agree AMD is cheaper than Intel but i would prefer quality than quantity. I will always prefer Intel because it has many features, like multi tasking, multi threading, etc. AMD need some good atmoshpere, but Intel can run in any atmosphere. Intel is the best.
@arunpatal (627)
• Germany
25 Nov 06
intel_inside - intel_inside P4
INTEL and only INTEL