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Both are reliable. It just depends on how much you overclock it. As it's always been, Intel for performance, AMD for price.


\\\\ Although SB's are pretty cheap
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post #3 of 19
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which is more reliable intel or amd
Are you asking which one is better right now?
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I wouldn't say either is more reliable than the other. CPUs never really have reliablity issues (not unheard of but rare)

I'd definitely go with an Intel CPU if I was building a PC these days (and I did) since you can get a 2500k for $180 and a 2600k for $280.
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if i am not overclocking then,

and what is the average life of both
    
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if i am not overclocking then,

and what is the average life of both
Probably 10+ years.
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if i am not overclocking then,

and what is the average life of both
Running at stock speeds, it will probably outlive you.

Other components (motherboard capacitors etc) will fail before a CPU will.

Some people will throw in electromigration, but that is only over long periods of time and becomes more of a problem with higher potential differences...oh and faster switching speeds
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post #8 of 19
CPUs seriously last a long time. I have an Athlon that ran at 72c for 6 years (max operating temp was supposed to be 65c) and it still works.
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post #10 of 19
They both are good but Intel performs better right now.
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