Why you chose AMD or Intel

Vexy

Well-Known Member
I chose AMD because of price to performance (Even though I bought my 1800x full price ;() and because at the time it was performing with the top CPU's for half the price. I've also always had AMD in my desktops for some reason haha.
 

Conceal

Member
I don't really understand the difference between them, I haven't done much research regarding the topic although I've always used Intel.
 

Theo

Well-Known Member
I'm pretty much stuck with Intel as long as I keep sending my money off to Apple. But oh well. :rolleyes:

#Intel
 

KingBreadYT

Member
I think Intel has more performance but is also way more expensive than AMD, you get like a pentium G4400 for €60 which is a dual-core clokced at 2.8 GhZ, For the same price you can get a AMD Athlon X-4 950 which is a quad-core and clocked at 3.5 GhZ, so pretty much at everything AMD wins, but at integrated graphics Intel definetly wins!
 

Ally

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but at integrated graphics Intel definetly wins!
God, no it doesn't. I run with integrated graphics with Intel and they absolutely suck.

so pretty much at everything AMD wins,
Price : Performance ratio, but Intel generally has better processors even if they have a massive price tag to match them. But you can expect after a processor has been released that the prices drop significantly after a few years.
 

Ally

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Also, I go with Intel given the large majority of my experience is with them (plus I'm running an Intel i7 which is nice).
 

Mark

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The processors use different architectures. This means that they fit into different processor sockets and, as a result, require different motherboards. In addition, Intel's architecture and production process is better, which is why modern Intel processors are generally quicker.
 
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