Ok is Intel liek ever gona make any CPU that will beat AMD's ? I mean thier losing really badly ... for gamers, thier losing againstthe AMD FX-57 and for Dual Core thier losing against the AMD X2 4800+
Anyone know of any new aces they might have? or have they completely given up ?
I heard of the 65nm new intel's but ..............................................
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I agree with Double A. Where you been Supreet? Intel is taking a whipping at AMDs hands. Now, I'm under the belief that Intel will spring form the quicksand, just not yet. But the last time I checked, the X2 4800 was slaughtering the dual card market while the FX 57 was smacking up the single core field. Then when you add the awesome Vinice and San Diego Athlon 64 cores for the mainstream, BANG!!! The whole thing explodes and we all wake up with onboard memory interfaces poping out of our heads (wha???) lol.
Now I know someone will try to argue that Intel still hauls serious ass, which is true. ANY rig sporting a 3.0ghz level CPU, 1 gig DDR400 and a 256mb 6800GT level videocard will be able to do almost anything. Heck, strip it down even more: 2.4ghz P4, 1 gig DDR266 and GF 6600GT level card should be able to game.
I really don't want this to turn into a flame/pi**ing war, but it will (as will every other AMD vs. Intel thread) until the AMDnuts can turn their pride down a few notches, and the Intelcultists can admit they have been beaten, for the time being.
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AMD is ahead @ least 18 months in Technology & Innovation right now. AMD also took market share away from Intel finally
Now, like I said several times, "Right Now" AMD is the better buy, the better price/performance & at least you are buying something NEW when buying an A64.
But who knows what will happen in the near future. Intel talks about there new bus technology called CSI Technology with there 65nm CPU's. I think it's something like Dual Link Interface or something. It will obviously be better than the crap they've been using for a wile now.
But it goes back & forth, because AMD talks about Hyper Transport 2 which is a lot faster than HT 1. AMD is also talking about some new weird integrated memory controller, probably just as weird as ATI's phenomenal but interesting 512-Bit Ring Bus Controller.
It will go on & on & on. By the way, Intel does not rule encoding anymore. A64's are slicing that all up everyday
"...AMD is ahead @ least 18 months in Technology & Innovation right now. AMD also took market share away from Intel finally..."
Do not even think about saying that. AMD is ahead right now, and given that they K9 AND the K10 projects have both been cancelled, AMD's lead is going to last not 18 months, but closer to FIVE months. Six or seven months of waiting, and we are finally able to bite back at AMD. It's nigh to Intel's era to bite back, and it's going to be all the more satisfying with official snobfests released by AMD, such as the "dual-core duel," or the "We're two years ahead of Intel," claim. Or so they say, revenge is a dish best served cold.
Intel is rolling out with thier 65nm processors a good six months before AMD will even begin manufacturing theirs, and that in turn adds another month before AMD can actually put them out en masse to the market.
Intel will also be coming out with a dual-core solution of laptops, a good three, maybe four months ahead of the dual-core Turion solution. To add to this, AMD still hasn't released a dual-core solution with a shared cache, something that Yonah will be incorporating. With the tweaks and fixes the Pentium M architecture will be receiving, I will confidently say I look forward to a 2.33 GHz Yonah trouncing a 2.4 GHz Athlon64 X2, while running cooler and consuming less power. I'm interested on what basis, exactly, does AMD place this supposed 18 month lead on?
People calm down. It isn't out yet so stop saying it will be better when you don't know what is going to happen. It's like ANYTHING, a swinging pendulum back and forth. I mean look at Nvidia and ATI same with AMD and Intel, same with politics. Just let it go that things change. I'm tired of people starting threads like this. It isn't helping anyone or converting anyone. AMD does have the edge right now, it isn't a big deal, intel will have the edge next year then it will repeat.
"and we are finally able to bite back at AMD" So when is YOU & Intel one? LOL, and who is a freaking Fan Boy
There is nothing wrong with AMD's K10. Why, because they are moving to K11, 65nm Process. I did not say that Intel will stink in the future, all I am saying is that AMD right now is leading in innovation & price/performance & performance period. "Right Now" so as of "Right Now" they are in the lead of about 18 months.
Who knows, maybe in 2 weeks Intel may come back & that 18 month lead is now down to say a 2 month lead. Get my drift.
Let AMD have there glory, they well deserve it. Not like that Monopolizing & ripping off company Intel