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well, i know there are a lot of factors that determine speed. however, my point wasn't to make a chart that flatout says intel is faster than AMD or the other way around.

I wanted to make a chart so that people can see where each processor falls on a hierarchy, to an extent. perhaps i can make price a factor, as well. this is going to be an estimate, obviously.
I would simply leave price out for your own sanity. People can decide that on their own. Just give some absolute comparisons of equality. Price is going to throw things into the horrific land of subjectivity, and this will turn into a fanboi bash-fest.
    
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I would simply leave price out for your own sanity. People can decide that on their own. Just give some absolute comparisons of equality. Price is going to throw things into the horrific land of subjectivity, and this will turn into a fanboi bash-fest.
good point. i will leave the prices out
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The intel i5 750 outperforms x4 965 in most cases and atm costs less than the 965..however of course the 750 would lose in cases where it lacks HT. In terms of gaming i'd say the i5 is better for price-performance than the 965 but in cases of video editing etc the 965 would be ahead by a bit but then again if your profession/hobby involves video stuff you'd probably be interested in top performing processors such as the 920/930 or extreme processors.

http://anandtech.com/cpuchipsets/sho...px?i=3763&p=12
some benchmarks on the top processors for ya.
The intel platform is generally much more expensive than AMD.

If u pay 500$ for a intel mainboard and i5 cpu,
compared to 300$ for an AMD board and phII 965...
well, it must be about 40% faster to balance it.

My point is: Price is the key factor here, especially for overclockers.

Price/performance.

Getting a direct overall performance chart is virtually impossible:/
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The intel platform is generally much more expensive than AMD.

If u pay 500$ for a intel mainboard and i5 cpu,
compared to 300$ for an AMD board and phII 965...
well, it must be about 40% faster to balance it.

My point is: Price is the key factor here, especially for overclockers.

Price/performance.

Getting a direct overall performance chart is virtually impossible:/
Which is exactly why price must be left out. Price is a personal choice. An i7 920 outperforming a PII 975 is fact. You leave it to the people reading the chart to decide if the price difference is worth it.
    
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here is tom's heirarchy chart, puts em side by side
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...pu,2570-7.html

well for gaming at least, also, article gives you best cpu for $ as well. They update this monthly.
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http://www.cpubenchmark.net/

Best chart of them all... muahahahah
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Which is exactly why price must be left out. Price is a personal choice. An i7 920 outperforming a PII 975 is fact. You leave it to the people reading the chart to decide if the price difference is worth it.
975?? thats out?
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