Which processor is better Athlon or Intel??

@grudge (299)
India
February 10, 2007 11:26am CST
As now both Athlon & Intel has only a little diff. in there price. So which one is better among the 2. ppl said that Athlon is good than Intel i am using 64 Bit Athlon 3000+ with 1 GB Ram & my friend is using Intel core duo with 1GB Ram i experienced that his PC is much faster than mine...
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@zugedanit (1958)
• Philippines
10 Feb 07
For me, Intel processor is the best. It is durable and compatible to any pc parts. It is also faster than athlon processor. And it will give me a lot of good feature.
@grudge (299)
• India
10 Feb 07
ok well is there any other processsor other than these two..
@hamith (6)
• India
10 Nov 07
Intel is best proecessor compared to other processor. If you use dual core processor it would be great..
@hi_gourab (242)
• India
15 Feb 07
In my opinion, Intel is better than Athlon. Now new Intel processor has using 64 bit. So Its graphical Interface,Processing time quick access anything that time consuming is really good. ppl say bcoz of Athlon graphics is better than older Intel processor.It is true but Now Intel is the best.
• India
13 Feb 07
Of all the reviews that i hve read on the net..i found that in 99% of them amd has beaten intel in all aspects....so i guess we all knw who the winner is....i currently own a p4 and am thinking of upgrading to a amd athlon x2 or a athlon 64 3200+...ne recommendations??
@lameran (1148)
• Indonesia
11 Feb 07
hmm I don't think amd64 and intel core2duo have only a little price gab between them, it still have a pretty large gap price between them, even if its compare between amd x2 and intel core2duo, still intel more expensive pretty much than amd based processor, but intel core2duo expecially e6600 have faster and overclock ability power than the other amd processor in same class (dual core), thats why I'm still choosing amd based processor for my system, since I'm a type of person that consider value for perfomance than perfomance only.
• United States
10 Feb 07
That's kind of like asking what's better Coke or Pepsi. As long as you are comparing comparable processors, there really isn't going to be much of a difference. If you look at the Intel Duo dual core or the AMD 64 X2, the technology in most cases is almost identical. They are close rivals and often copy each other's technology. Consequently, they are very similar as long as you are buying comparable processors. It's just a matter of preference. Some of your friends will tell you they like Mitsubishi TVs and others will swear Panasonic is the best. It just comes down to good and bad experiences by the users and the company's quality track record.
• India
10 Feb 07
The series as per increasing levels of performance is as follows-: Intel Uniprocessor
@verbose (87)
• United States
10 Feb 07
There is no real difference but looking at two computers you mention the dual core is a newer processor than the 1 you are useing.Dual and the quad core are server processors with a bigger on chip cache.
@miryam (6507)
• Italy
10 Feb 07
I think that a differences are not to be searched in the processor but the gathered computer. In fact it is possible to find configurations very powerful both with a processor and the other one. Bye