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Which is better AMD or Intex

Discussion in Hardware Hangout started by Vikas, Sep 10, 2013

  1. Sep 9, 2013
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    AMD or Intex

    Guys, I am going to change my Laptop, I have two things in my mind, whether latest version by AMD or Intex. As far as I think, for computer gaming experience AMD is the best for his best graphic ability (but during games produces too much heat at the bottom near between fan and processor) and on the other hand Intex has the best processors and no- one can compete their processing speeds ( but lacks in graphic).

    You guys, tell me which one is better because I want both Best Gaming Graphics as well as fast speed of the processor with their reliability.
  2. Jul 14, 2010
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    Intel* :O

    Intel is usually faster and more optimized for games, but it's more costly. AMD is cheap and wins price vs performance, but Intel and Nvidia have the best performance but are more expensive.

    Not gonna start the desktop vs laptop debate, but if you can do without portability always get a desktop. If you must stick with laptop I'm sure someone here can help you pick out a good one if you need more than just brand name to choose.
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    • Jan 21, 2011
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      NOT! Amd graphics cards perform the same for cheaper.

      Intel processors are the fastest so you get better performance.
    • Dec 6, 2011
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      Not sure where you got AMD for graphics/Intel for whatever, but if you're saying CPUs, then it's plain and simple: AMD for low-budget, Intel for Gaming/high-budget, if you want the best gaming experience. If you're talking GPUs, Intel doesn't really work like that, it'd be Nvidia vs. AMD. For integrated CPU graphics, AMD's APUs (CPU + GPU) are pretty decent but I don't follow them as much and not sure about their reliability + compatibility in laptops. Intel Integrated 4000 graphics got quite an upgrade from the 3000, so it's going to be pretty decent performance wise, but obviously not even close to a dedicated GPU on it.

      Also, speed of the processor doesn't really tell you anything in black and white, such as a 2500k running @ 3.3GHz would still beat out a FX8150 or something running at 4.2GHz or whatever ridiculous clocks they run on.
    • Apr 9, 2012
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      AMD for processor, I just laughed my balls of. Intel is the only corridor you should be walking
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      • Aug 2, 2010
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        I prefer Intex Cowdozer CPUs.

        Seriously, Intel if you're not on a budget. I still prefer AMD over Nvidia for GPUs.
      • Sep 6, 2010
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        Never heard of Intex lol but Intel is good :grin:
      • Mar 12, 2008
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        AMD all the way
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        • Jun 23, 2010
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          Well Intel if you have money to spend, but if you're on a budget, AMD. Its all comes down to what you will need it for, how you're gonna use it (Overclock or not, etc.) and personal preference.

          But I prefer AMD over Intel, same as the GPU.
        • Dec 6, 2011
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          AMD is currently dominating Nvidia in the GPU scene. A $300 card outperforms their $450 cards, as well as 2 years of work on Sea Islands GPUs. But you have to remember, one is never always on top.
        • Jun 23, 2010
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          And The Never Settle game bundle. Big deal!
        • Dec 6, 2011
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          BUT CUDA CORES AND PHYSX, WOW, SO PERFORMANCE, SO AMAZE
        • Jun 11, 2012
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          WOW, SUCH POWER, SO STRONG, BF5 RUNS AMAZIN, WOW
        • Sep 9, 2013
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          OK, I decided to buy Intel with Nvidia Graphics Card. Because i am going to use it in laptop, So, i want reliability and performance both.
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          • Apr 9, 2012
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            Disagree party?

            I ment that for CPU's, I don't believe AMD is anything good for a strong PC case, I mean I couldn't even convince myself taking one. You should be taking the Hashwell CPU's from Intel if you are on a big budget. AMD for GPU is what I prefer, NVIDIA is just more expensive, and not always better.
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            • Aug 2, 2010
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              Never said one is always better. I just said I prefer AMD.

              Please refer to my sig.
            • Jul 1, 2010
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              I just disagree. In standard gaming I don't feel that you are really going to notice that much, if any, difference between what is considered the top of the line affordable Intel and the top of the line affordable AMD, at least not enough that I would consider buying Intel. Intel may be more powerful overall, and benchmarks better, but what matters is what the end user actually detects. I personally think that AMD provides more bang for the buck, and I'm still even using a 965 Black Box edition that is years old and is still doing perfectly fine on new games maxed out.

              If you want to say that you have the more powerful processor, and you have the money, go Intel as Intel might outlast an AMD as far as performance-meets-game. I personally tend to upgrade before either would actually meet their bottleneck (with this 965 being the exception, which still really hasn't).
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                Dharkk, Sep 11, 2013 Last edited by Dharkk, Sep 11, 2013