AMD Vs INTEL : Please Read 1st

Discussion in 'CPU / Motherboards' started by speedyguy, Jun 7, 2006.

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AMD Athlon or INTEL Pentium 4

  1. AMD Athlon X2 (or whichever latest)

    9 vote(s)
    81.8%
  2. INTEL Pentium 4 HT EMT 64 (or latest)

    2 vote(s)
    18.2%
  3. None: I may go with something else.

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  1. speedyguy

    speedyguy Active Member

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    Ok i know theres already been lotsa post fighting these two...but this is something which is always new...i mean last post was a different time...now we r into dual-cores.

    Last time we saw amd edged out its opponent in every dept but now intel's dual core tech do hv an edge wit their ht tech at multi-tasking. But amd still rule regarding their 64bit tech...so lets check our opinions as per the current generation of cpu's. Whom wud u give now...amd or intel.

    cheers
     
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    wrong place to post such topic.....

    btw frm abov list x2 is fast..btw conroe...next generation of intel..launching in july will beat x2 ......
     
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    ON a limited budget i would go for PD 805/820.....
    But if money was not a concern I would go for the latest AMD X2
     
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    modz if this is really d wrong place then i apologise for that. In that case plz move this post to its appropriate section or lemme know.
    thanx

    if not...let the war go on

    cheers
     
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