Originally Posted by Erick Silver
Please for the love of God close this thread. It has gotten way out of hand IMO. Intel and AMD users are never going to agree. And this thread only perpetuates the battle and trolling we do to each other.
I have been on both sides of the coin in this debate. Personally I don't give a rats butt either way. As long as the hardware I get does the job that I need it to do at the price that I can afford. Which, in this case, is not Intel. Intel is too expensive for me so I have AMD. I had Intel in the past. It worked for me then. I have AMD now. It works for me now.
As I said before. I have been on both side of this debate. I can honestly say that, in my experience, I have never seen AMD users troll Intel threads as much as Intel users troll the AMD threads.
It needs to stop. Please, if you have nothing helpful to add to an AMD related situation they stay the heck out of it and don't troll the thread with the "Intel Superiority" babble I have seen so much of. Please stop it. We don't need it. Intel is superior performance wise in a majority of the cases. But when on a budget that does not allow Intel pricing then its pointless to point Intel out.
In the same regard, any AMD Trolling in the Intel threads also needs to stop. We know that AMD is less expensive than Intel and that depending on the budget and needs of the end user that it can be a viable option.
Stop the cross thread trolling.
Please shut this thread down.
I guess you haven't been reading the news section when a new CPU is released from either side, nor have you read the general processor subforum on an average day. It is just as much trolling from both sides on both of those subforums.
And here is also where you don't get it. There is a heck of a difference between trolling, and a discussion where people are actually trying to use evidence (not talking out of their rears, like some people in this thread who are ACTUALLY trolling).
You and others are all entitled to your opinion, but this is a forum where people Google search something about PC hardware, and is one of the top forums to show up in searches (besides Toms, unfortunately). There is a difference between trying to pass off your opinion as fact, and misleading that person who came here to learn, than actually posting and arguing your facts, and teaching someone something new.
Some people in this thread are just being fanboys/girls (which I hate), and some are actually trying to argue facts. Which is a huge difference.