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The only processors I've worked with were from AMD. Not a fanboy though, My budget is just too low to ever go intel.
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The only processors I've worked with were from AMD. Not a fanboy though, My budget is just too low to ever go intel.
Me too.
But after many years I actually bought an intel chip myself. It was a cheap 140$ Q1230 quadcore I3(considering that quadcore intel chips cost 200+ $).
Before I only bought an used E2180 (25$) for my grandpa to replace celeron D.
And a funny story about intel fanboy:
My friend decided to upgrade his old e5800. After some research he said "will go with g2020". I said "better go with Quadcore Phenom II than buying g2020".
Friend:"I will post on forum to see what are other people thoughts"
Me:"OK"
Friend " People say that g2020 is better due to lower TDP and power consumption"
Me:" You can just strongly undervolt phenom to make it cooler and less power hungry"
Then I saw this thread.A fanboy posted something like this:
Lowering Vcore lowers performance.It just like with a light bulb when you lower the voltage the light will be weaker.
My reaction:
lachen.gif
Then other fanboy:
Intel have cheaper boards.
Me post in this thread:
"For a bit more you can buy High-end Crosshair III formula instead of low-end intel board or a mid-end modern Am3+ board with nice power section."
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I work with both, and more,
I'm in IT (lower level) and I use what i can get from upper management. sometimes it's AMD most times it's Intel and rarely SPARC (oracle sun systems),
I have a wide access to get myself core2Due when i was thinking of building a cheap system but I went with amd, guess what, AMD hold their values more,
check ebay.

Most Dell optiplex computers (what most company using) have these chips so when they upgrade, all these PCs will be on sale, what makes Intel chips lose their values faster,
we are already getting rid of our optiplex 760 desktops and soon I will replace over 90 desktop with the newer 790 or 7010 with i5s


image from 790

and I'm willing to bet you sandy bridge, processors will lose their value soon just like Core2Due did.
Edited by El-Fuego - 6/8/13 at 7:40am
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El-Fuego , I think Sandy Bridge (Sandy Bridge-E in particular) will remain relevant unlike Core2Duo/Core2Quad. The jump from Core2 to Intel i (Nehalem) was huge. Sandy Bridge then shattered that again when i5-2500ks were pushing ahead i7-920 in single thread. Ivy bridge/Haswell were mainly power and technological improvements that make little difference to the end user.

Phenom II has a good image unlike Bulldozer (and to a lesser extent, Piledriver but that's only because of going against Ivy Bridge).

AMD's AM3+ stuff won't hold out much longer, it's pretty much all phased out for FM2 or Fm2+ APUs.
Edited by AlphaC - 6/8/13 at 9:12am
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AMD about to launch something new at E3?

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