Discussion in 'Technology News' started by AuDioFreaK39, Jul 14, 2009.
Core i7 870, 850 and Core i5 750 coming soon
Upcoming LGA 1156 Lynnfield desktop SKUs
well they better put up decent prices for these or amd's gonna run away with phenom2
Intel comes up with great products although they price it out of reach. Hence, I've always found the AMD platform to provide a much better price-to-performance ratio. The value that an AMD proc gives is complemented by its affordable chipsets and mind-blowing but at the same time aggressively priced graphics cards.
Intel might have great processors in the high-end, but they never were, at least whenever i ventured out to buy,competitively priced in the mid-end or the low-end.
So, considering the entire platform whether it be the bleeding edge, entry-level or the mid-end, AMD makes more sense.
Here's a comparison on Tom's hardware on this:
Please post in Intel/ATI news channel and don't create separate posts. This news is already posted BTW.
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