Edited by user Tuesday, December 23, 2014 1:29:20 PM(UTC)
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I don't think that's true... I think AMD is having problems with their manufacturing while Intel is ahead of the curve. AMD's are usually good for gaming but when it comes to processing, they are poor; AMD's latest processor aims to fix this but we really need someone to be competitive with Intel because the high prices Intel is charging is ridiculous.
I miss the days of the Athlon 64FX. Now that was an awesome processor.
I can agree. I have seen that AMD processors also get quite hot. Now if you are into a Gaming rig that is only for gaming and can double as a space heater for far less money than Intel, go for AMD. If you want something nice, cool, and quick, go for Intel, though your wallet/purse will take a hit.
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You may be in luck, I hear AMD's new 14nm processor will be the return they're looking for. As long as Intel has a curve, they can introduce expensive processors that while perform better, provide what is basically a monopoly.
Once you do the research, you'll find the decrease in seconds it takes to process noticeable; Life is short and people want their work done now. Intel has the edge when it comes to this, AMD is good for gaming but not so good on the processing part.
I really want AMD to compete with Intel; it's been a long time since Intel had any real competition.
In some cases the cost difference is only $20-$30 between the CPUs but the performance difference is greater.