Originally Posted by jtom320
I specifically said AMD didn't have their own fabs. What's up with the collective victim syndrome with AMD fans on this site? I thought Nvidia fans with their superiority complexes were the worst but you guys take the cake. No one can post an opinion without being blasted here.
Anyway I do in fact think that what AMD doing overall with their relatively tiny budget is pretty impressive. But putting all that aside I really think AMD's biggest problem is their production capabilities. As I said earlier whether it's right or wrong they've lost before they even jump out of the gate no matter what they do.
I know you did, my comments were not directed at you. I just used your quote. I agree with you.
AMD no longer has production problems. All that has moved fully over to GF.
Go here to find out exactly what AMD has done and where they are headed since most of you intel fans have no idea:
This article explains it all and there shouldn't have to be anymore arguments about it. Why these people just hate AMD is beyond me. If it wasnt for AMD we'd still be working with 800Mhz Single core processors. Personally I find it kind of hard to support a company (intel) that makes $10-15 billion every three months. That doesnt mean that I dont use more Intel processors for my builds. Id just rather support the underdog and always will because it reflects a better cheaper product in the long run for the end user. Why people are constantly raving how much better intel is than AMD is beyond me. Everyone in the world knows this so whats the point of repeating and repeating it over and over again. Intel is better than AMD - fact (as of right now). Does this make you guys feel better hearing it. We all know intel is better so stop trying to prove it. There is no need. But you got to give AMD some credit for hanging with a such a huge multi-billion dollar company for so many years. They deserve the credit. They have been through a lot more hard times than Intel has and thats why I support them more than Intel but overall I do support the both of them because they do provide us with leading-edge technology for the future.
It really boggles my mind that you guys rant and rave about how a multi-billion dollar company is so much better than a multi-million dollar company. Some of these posts have to be a part of some kind of big joke or something. To sit there and actually get your rocks off about that is pathetic.