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" This thread is all about showing that AMD Rocks at gaming. "
main page first sentence.
cherry or strawberry ...it doesn't matter .

Hang on a minute. You don't even OWN bulldozer and you claim it 'rocks'??
 
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...will stick with AMD no matter what the competition has to offer...

That is the definition of being a fanboy.
Lets say AMD is behind Intel for the next 25 years, getting progressively worse for all purposes. Would you still not buy an Intel? That's just silly.

I'm sorry, but Brand Loyalty IMO is ridiculous, both brands are great and I've had an AMD processor for the past few years and I'm loving my new Intel. If it were the other way around, I wouldn't be the least bit upset. All I want is good performance and I've got it, it just happens that when the time came and I wanted an upgrade, Intel was on top and I went with them.

I'm glad AMD is doing good with their APUs for gaming and It's nice to see that one company found a way to make use of the integrated graphics on their chips for all consumers, but just remember a random CPU + random GPU Compared to a specific APU + specific GPU isn't very "fair" if you know what I mean. AMD makes both CPUs and GPUs while Intel strictly makes CPUs, obviously they're going to have pros and cons with that setup.
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post #153 of 293
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bla bla bla...
http://static.techspot.com/articles-info/448/bench/CPU_02.png

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And you can run 1090/1100 on 3600 on stock voltage, probably makes it top those lists biggrin.gif
BD only achieved one thing and that's making me a proud thuban owner biggrin.gif Now I know why they won't release a 32nm 8core Thuban because it would be best AMD chip to date. Even thou i think they had to have a 32nm Thuban first then move to BDin 2012. They rushed BD even thou it was already late loool.
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post #154 of 293
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That is the definition of being a fanboy.
Lets say AMD is behind Intel for the next 25 years, getting progressively worse for all purposes. Would you still not buy an Intel? That's just silly.
I'm sorry, but Brand Loyalty IMO is ridiculous, both brands are great and I've had an AMD processor for the past few years and I'm loving my new Intel. If it were the other way around, I wouldn't be the least bit upset. All I want is good performance and I've got it, it just happens that when the time came and I wanted an upgrade, Intel was on top and I went with them.
I'm glad AMD is doing good with their APUs for gaming and It's nice to see that one company found a way to make use of the integrated graphics on their chips for all consumers, but just remember a random CPU + random GPU Compared to a specific APU + specific GPU isn't very "fair" if you know what I mean. AMD makes both CPUs and GPUs while Intel strictly makes CPUs, obviously they're going to have pros and cons with that setup.

What about the majority of laptops out there with INTEL Graphics ? What about the graphics card in Ivy Bridge?
 
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Hang on a minute. You don't even OWN bulldozer and you claim it 'rocks'??

haha that's what im talking about......learn to read...this is not about BD its about all the AMD cpus....so why exactly i need to own BD ?
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hey wake up its not about BD here...
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That is the definition of being a fanboy.
Lets say AMD is behind Intel for the next 25 years, getting progressively worse for all purposes. Would you still not buy an Intel? That's just silly.
I'm sorry, but Brand Loyalty IMO is ridiculous, both brands are great and I've had an AMD processor for the past few years and I'm loving my new Intel. If it were the other way around, I wouldn't be the least bit upset. All I want is good performance and I've got it, it just happens that when the time came and I wanted an upgrade, Intel was on top and I went with them.
I'm glad AMD is doing good with their APUs for gaming and It's nice to see that one company found a way to make use of the integrated graphics on their chips for all consumers, but just remember a random CPU + random GPU Compared to a specific APU + specific GPU isn't very "fair" if you know what I mean. AMD makes both CPUs and GPUs while Intel strictly makes CPUs, obviously they're going to have pros and cons with that setup.

Intel is the worlds largest manufacturer of GPU's. Fact.

Oh, and both AMD and Intel CPU's work very well with Nvidia GPU's, so that sort of throws your 'fair' argument out of the window.

If anything, this thread serves to inform people of how little the CPU really matters in modern gaming - its all about the GPU.
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Intel is the worlds largest manufacturer of GPU's. Fact.
Oh, and both AMD and Intel CPU's work very well with Nvidia GPU's, so that sort of throws your 'fair' argument out of the window.
If anything, this thread serves to inform people of how little the CPU really matters in modern gaming - its all about the GPU.

Except for some games from Moronic Blizzard.
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If BD was awesome it would be in my rig. Waited and waited with my E6750 til the day it came out and the day after I picked up my 2500k. Why am I going to buy a CPU that can't keep up with a high end Core 2 Quad in gaming?

My 64FX was awesome and truth be told I'd rather have an AMD build then an Intel build but AMD is making it difficult to buy their chips. For gaming at least AMD is three years behind.
    
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