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That assumes you've got Microcenter nearby and you live in the US of A.

I, for example, don't. Either of the above.

For example i dont live in USA as well, and the FX-83xx is by far cheaper than any of the competetive Intel products.
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I have a feeling you don't know how this works.

Let's have a look at AMD and Nvidia stock over the last 6 months, from Feb 12 - Aug 11 2016:
AMD: +4,72 = 253,76% increase in value
Nvidia: +34,4 = 135,97% increase in value

So actually, AMD was the better stock to invest into.

Actually your the one that doesn't know how it works. You have the numbers right in front of you and you still don't get it.

Lets break down.

A- If you bought 1 share of AMD 6 months ago you would have $4.72 more.

B- If you bought 1 share of Nvidia 6 months ago you would have $34.40 more.

Increased value means nothing if the company wasn't worth anything to being with.

Case and point 6 months ago AMD was worth $1.66, Nvidia 20.28.
I don't know were you got your numbers. Nvidia is closing @ $61.94 as we speak = $41.66 a share profit. Or aprox 10X the amount of AMD.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/stockdetails/fi-126.1.NVDA.NAS?symbol=NVDA&form=PRHPSQ&ocid=edgsp
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post #23 of 27
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Actually your the one that doesn't know how it works. You have the numbers right in front of you and you still don't get it.

Lets break down.

A- If you bought 1 share of AMD 6 months ago you would have $4.72 more.

B- If you bought 1 share of Nvidia 6 months ago you would have $34.40 more.

Increased value means nothing if the company wasn't worth anything to being with.

Case and point 6 months ago AMD was worth $1.66, Nvidia 20.28.
I don't know were you got your numbers. Nvidia is closing @ $61.94 as we speak = $41.66 a share profit. Or aprox 10X the amount of AMD.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/stockdetails/fi-126.1.NVDA.NAS?symbol=NVDA&form=PRHPSQ&ocid=edgsp

Quoting for lols.

You need to use the same investment amount, not amount of shares. IE invest $20.28 would got you 1 Nvidia share and for $20.28 you'd get 12 AMD shares. So while now with the Nvidia share you'd have $34.40 more, with the AMD you'd have $56.64 more.
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thats why nvidia got the nx deal thumb.gif

 

Nvidia got the NX deal because AMD doesn't make ARM SOCs.

post #25 of 27
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Originally Posted by DrFPS View Post

Actually your the one that doesn't know how it works. You have the numbers right in front of you and you still don't get it.

Lets break down.

A- If you bought 1 share of AMD 6 months ago you would have $4.72 more.

B- If you bought 1 share of Nvidia 6 months ago you would have $34.40 more.

Increased value means nothing if the company wasn't worth anything to being with.

Case and point 6 months ago AMD was worth $1.66, Nvidia 20.28.
I don't know were you got your numbers. Nvidia is closing @ $61.94 as we speak = $41.66 a share profit. Or aprox 10X the amount of AMD.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/stockdetails/fi-126.1.NVDA.NAS?symbol=NVDA&form=PRHPSQ&ocid=edgsp

Quoting for lols.

You need to use the same investment amount, not amount of shares. IE invest $20.28 would got you 1 Nvidia share and for $20.28 you'd get 12 AMD shares. So while now with the Nvidia share you'd have $34.40 more, with the AMD you'd have $56.64 more.

Please cut my pizza in six slices because if you cut it in twelve there is no way I can eat that many slices.
Edited by fragamemnon - 8/12/16 at 10:32pm
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post #26 of 27
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Please cut my pizza in six slices because if you cut it in twelve there is no way I can eat that many slices.

Hey thats pretty good.
post #27 of 27
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A FX isn't competitive at all, in any metric.

Except if you're so strapped for cash you can't spend more than a hundred bucks on a processor. And in that case you're still better off with an i3 because the power consumption differences are so immense that even if you just browse the internet a few hours a day the differences will have been absorbed in a few months' worth of usage.

you realise the chips don't draw their max tdp while browsing internet, and even if you ran prime 95 24/7 this wouldnt be true.

lets say we compare a 65w tdp to a 125w tdp. also lets say the 125 costs $100 while the other one costs $65 more.

would take almost an year of both chips running 100% of their tdp to equal the price difference where i live. (thats running 24/7 100% tdp)

your misinformation is strong, and if you need me to i can show the math on it. Even if we said the other chip only cost $30 more that would still need both running max tdp for 6 months of 24/7 use to even out.
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