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I would like to know who you think scored more profit from 2000-2003 Intel or AMD, and how much more?

I'll give the answer (and a link) after their has been significant voting?
 

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intel sells large amounts of CPU's too companies and such, so im going with them. AMD is more supported by gamers, which isnt even close the number of number cruncher intel people out there.
 

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Ok... here we go:

Intel

2003 Total
Revenue - $30.1 billion
Profit - $5.6 billion

2002 Total
Revenue - $26.8 billion
Profit - $3.1 billion

2001 Total
Revenue - $26.5 billion
Profit - $1.3 billion

2000 Total
Revenue - $33.7 billion
Profit - $10.5 billion

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AMD

AMD 2003 Total
Revenue - $3.5 billion
Loss - $274 million

AMD 2002 Total
Revenue - $2.7 billion
Loss - $1.3 billion (Ouch!)

AMD 2001 Total
Revenue - $3.9 billion
Profit - $29 million ($61 million loss when including restructuring costs)

AMD 2000 Total (last good year)
Revenue - $4.6 billion
Profit - $983 million (Excellent!)

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I'm amazed as to why AMD's still around, from 2000-2003 Intel made $20.5 billion dollars ($117.1 billion in revenue) and AMD lost $562 million dollars ($14.7 billion in revenue).
 

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i'll jus' post them here:

Intel

Q1 2004
Revenue - $8.1 Billion
Profit - $1.7 Billion

Q2 2004
Revenue: $8.05 billion
Profit: $1.8 billion

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AMD

AMD Q1 2004
Revenue - $1.236 billion
Profit - $45 million

AMD Q2 2004
Revenue - $1.262 billion
Profit - $32 million
 

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Last I read, AMD and Intel nearly broke even in end user microprocessor sales, i.e Athlon 64s are giving Intel a run for their money in the end user market. Intel will always win because there's like 0 major OEMs that use AMD parts, although I've read recently Dell might start using AMD64 chips. Both Intel and AMD make more than processors, Intel does just about everything from microprocessors to netowrking; AMD makes flash memory and some other stuff as well.
 

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Originally Posted by YiffyGriffy

Last I read, AMD and Intel nearly broke even in end user microprocessor sales, i.e Athlon 64s are giving Intel a run for their money in the end user market. Intel will always win because there's like 0 major OEMs that use AMD parts, although I've read recently Dell might start using AMD64 chips. Both Intel and AMD make more than processors, Intel does just about everything from microprocessors to netowrking; AMD makes flash memory and some other stuff as well.

You're right, I voted for Tied, cause I would guess more and more people are switching over to AMD cause of low prices and AMD64.. but I completely forgot the weight of OEM companies who use Intel and not AMD..
 
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