There's no point on continuing this discussion with you, you just don't get it.
AMD has never been sued either, you're right.
I guess you missed this part of my post right?
There are 21 Intel CPU's before we see any signs of AMD processors showing up in the charts.
I am PRO performance, and right now AMD is NOT it. Otherwise I would have an AMD rig RIGHT NOW.
I agree, AMD offers best bang for buck, but they are forced to price their products accordingly due to THEIR performance.
And a simple history lesson showed you that when they did have the fastest DUAL CORE processor, it was priced at $1000. If AMD cared about you so much, they would've priced it at say $300? But they didn't, and that's the POINT. I further proved that claim with their graphics cards practices as well, they are the same company, with the same business practices, they are a company in it to make money, period, just like Intel is.
Both companies will create products that will net them the most profits, sadly Intel just does a better job at it, and the proof is in the pudding.
Yes, Intel had shady business practices, and paid AMD $1.25 Billion for it, which is less than 1% of their overall net worth, but to AMD, that accounted for 20% of their net worth. Big difference isn't it?
I guess you didn't take Economics in University did you?