AMD vs Intel

Discussion in 'CPU / Motherboards' started by ichirag, Sep 23, 2004.

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  1. ichirag

    ichirag New Member

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    AMD vs Intel
    Which is better and why
    if u are having any relative comparisons please report me
    If any references report me

    Is intel above to 64 bit architecture or not


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    plz do not post intel vs amd threads cause they cause a lotta nuisance.there r other threads on the same topic.plz refer to them
     
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    I am in full aggreament with that.
    But hey Achirag,
    Welcome to the forum yaar.
    U ve joined our community just today so
    dont feel bad about it cos maybe this was your first
    post. So for starters why dont u read the forum rules first
    so that yll get an idea bout what s allowed n whats not on the forum.
    Cos ur now a part of a huge community.
    Use the search function n search for the relevent topic u need info on
    if it exists then post it there.
    N if not then make a new post.
    I think there quite some threads on the intel/amd topic.
    Check the hardware diss. section mate.
    Anyway welcome to the forum n have fun n learn.
    BBBye.

    PS:Admins lock this thread imm.
     
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    If U Need raw processing power for games and home entertainment, use an Intel Pentium 4 EE processor.

    If you need power to run huge databases , networks, an AMD Athlon 64 FX should do AMD however has compatibility issues over its registers...
     
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