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AMD processors
Intel Processors
Are AMD processors as good as Intel processors?

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This is a personal question because it all depends on what you are
building, a gaming system or a working desktop or a system that will deal with a lot of animation, and what type of
benchmarks you are striving for.  So, look at what you want to do with
your system and then from there, start researching the hardware that
best suites the job.

Also, something else you may consider.  If
you have the money, but not all of it at once, but the top of the line
motherboard that you want, but, buy a cheaper CPU that will work with it and when you have the
money, then go for the top CPU that the motherboard can handle.  It may
save you money in the long run, especially if the first chip you buy
works great for your current projects.  Then, as your projects get more elaborate, go for the better hardware.

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  • TomLiotta
    Some are better. Some aren't. It depends on which processors, what the workload is, what specific peripheral processors (e.g., graphics, I/O) and chip sets are available and other factors. -- Tom
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  • jinteik
    some goes towards preference and also budget. like everyone say, it depends on what your work you are actually trying to do
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  • mooday766
    Explain system processora
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  • CharlieBrowne
    @ mooday766           

    Before we would want to give an answer to this, we would like to know do you have a business case for asking this question or is it a homework question.

    If you have a good business case for it, please let us know. It is really not right for us to be doing homework for people. It deprives them of the extra knowledge they get when doing the research themselves.

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  • ToddN2000
    I know this post is old but here are some benchmarks on the two

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  • Subhendu Sen
    @mooday766, you can see Wikipedia and get some fruitful hints and can complete your home work. 
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  • bhannah
    There are two issues that I have with the AMD processors. One they have a tendency to run hotter than Intel Processors, and the 2nd one is some of the 65 Bit AMD Processors will not run Windows O/S past Win 7. Beyond that, I have no issues with AMD Processors.
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  • ToddN2000
    personally I still prefer the Intel brand. I have had a few AMD over the years and have noticed little difference. Occasionally I had issues try to run a program on an AMD. 
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  • Subhendu Sen
    As far as my knowledge, intel is better than amd, while intel has some mechanism that can long lasting than amd and also more compatible.
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