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Thread: AMD in Trouble!!!




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    I still like Intel, for right now anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aznx
    athlon64 has sse2..
    yeah, that's why this is going to be so intresting for us SSE2 users. Who will perform better, the new 800 mhz fsb Hyper Thread P4's or this new amd..:?:

    Either way it's gonna be a rough game for sure.. :hammer:

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    You bet it is going to be a rough game and I intend to watch it play out. These two competitors are going to have a lot of fun.

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    well, whatever happens, im sticking with AMD for good

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    800mhz fsb doesnt help, they just needa higher clock, say 4 ghz

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    there comes a point were no matter what the clock speed is or how mutch ram or what your fsb is that you will not notice a difference. if you are just looking for frame rate or 3d mark numbers then you are falling into the game of advertizing works. i mean really do you think that the body by jake pro workout gym will really firm up your buttissimo.
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    Yeah I agree. I think that the majority of people with stick with what they've got. I can't really see games utilising all of resources they will have availble when these new chips come out. BTW I would love to see what the games are going to be like prolly super detail.

    I think its all moving a bit to fast. Ok great we're progressing technology wise but the brand new chips that come out this month for example will probably be completely out dated by next year. The thing is how many users will bother buying a new pc just because its last years processor?

    AMD or P4 I love them both. Altough I only got to see my AMD system in action for about 5 minutes. :laugh: .............. :cry:

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    go forth and build what you want, spend what you can, use what you think is best because in the long run the only one that you have to satisfy is you.
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    What are the details on the Hypertransport technology that AMD has developed, will it be able to match the Dual DDR400 and FSB800 achieved by Intel?

    None of the current chipsets for AMD matches the Memory Bandwidth of the Intels, nForce2 has dual DDR but how effective it really is? Does it actually give twice the bandwidth of a PC2100 ram on a KT400 chipset.
    if anyone has any benchmark results for nForce2, Sandra 2003 would really be nice to check out.
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    this discussion, truth is non of them will go anywhere, look how many people "swearing to buy AMD" and thats just on this forum now think of that world wide...amd will stick around just as intel will.

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