AMD versus INTEL?

India
September 25, 2006 5:26am CST
I am an AMD buff!I am mad about the stuff.AMDs got power, performance, efficency and a lot more than Intel.
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18 responses
@kstanley7 (1172)
25 Sep 06
I also used to be into Intel, but turned towards AMD especially since I bought the AMD64 Dual Core 4400, integrated into my dual 7900GTs running SLI, ASUS A8N SLI Deluxe, Creative Xi-Fi soundcard, 1.5gig memory and 1.5TB hard drive storage space. I've never looked back to Intel, and don't plan on doing so :)
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• India
29 Dec 06
you have an awesome configuration man!! keep it up!!. others please also share your configuration with us
• India
25 Sep 06
Well the AND has lots of 64bit processors out on the market right now and they are some what cheap too but the reason why they are cheap r because they have low cache memories ,but unfortunately this also affects their perfomance
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• India
29 Dec 06
amd are sure cheap but they are definitely give more performance than the intel you can get for the same price. So the price to performance ratio has always favoured AMD. I have been using AMD 64 3200+ and it can still take on some of the best of the Intel still out there
@Aali311 (6125)
• United States
28 Sep 06
I guess AMD must be better then, I never really looked into it.
@unnigec (246)
• India
26 Sep 06
You cannot really decide forever as to which company really has the best processors. They are basically playing one upmanship. Intel overtakes AMD, AMD overtakes Intel and so on..So there is really no point in becoming a fanboy of either of these companies. Only people who stand to gain from this fanboyism are These companies. If some one is planning to build a system, read all unbiased reviews on the net and go with the better one be it AMD or Intel. Ok it may be difficult to judge whether a review is biased or not. In that case go with the majority opinion.
@blessonje (1652)
• India
25 Sep 06
when it comes to perfomance it is intel the best ..but amd is worth for the money u are paying
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25 Sep 06
I think the recent Intel processors can rival AMD, especially the 'M' processors primarily found int Laptops
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@babray06 (1787)
• India
25 Sep 06
I have not used AMD, but I wish I could. I have only heard about the performance of AMD.
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@Schubler (1530)
• Romania
1 Oct 06
I have AMD procesor on my desktop and an M Intel procesor on my laptop... my laptop goes twice faster at 1,73 ghz than the AMD at 2800+... sorry... but after seeing this happen after I bought my laptop... can`t say I`m the AMD big fan I was not so long ago...
• India
7 Oct 06
The AMD you have has how many pins????
@Serjas (2328)
• India
26 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!
• Romania
29 Dec 06
amd of course...this is bettet than intel..you feel the difference if you compare thats one
@diju03 (535)
10 Oct 06
power riht, perforance right efficiency, i dont think so
• India
7 Oct 06
a lot can be said about this. i am an AMD fan myself but we have got to agree that presently intel is ahead with their core2duo range. sadly it outperforms AMD on all counts. but AMD is not sitting still. they have their K8L architecture coming up which works on a quad core platform. then we'll see where things go.
@netizen (534)
• India
29 Sep 06
AMD never beat Intel in terms of performance and stability! I am always prefer Intel inside and Microsoft outside! (I mean Intel as a processor and Microsoft as OS)
• New Zealand
29 Sep 06
Well personally, i think amd are better, due to the fact that they do run alot cooler the newer ones compared to intel socket 775. which helps alot when overclocking ;). They do more work per clock cycle, They are reasonably cheap... The only down side that they have is the cache size. But still you will find out of a processor of the same price in either brand amd will come out tops. Good things about intel are, it is easy to determine clock speed, fsb speed cache size etc, cause it is all included in the titles. Which is a time saver when shopping. Amds different grade eg 4400 range in clock speed between processors one might run at 2.5Ghz and another at 2.4Ghz.
@XuryaZ (479)
• India
29 Sep 06
Have u heard of Intel quarocore processor? I think not.
• India
29 Sep 06
Intel !!!
• India
26 Sep 06
It's not only AMD OR INTEL DOES EVERY THING FOR ALL OF US,It's more than what u see. example:Intel old processor i.e,p4 478 pin socket is quit good than p4 775 pin socket processor,it's true.. If u want check for u'r self
@gotOBX (764)
• United States
25 Sep 06
I have only owned AMD in my laptops and I have had nothing but trouble with them. I'll stick with the reliability Intel offers. AMD runs too hot and in the long run in my opinion prove less reliable.