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Ive always preferred intel. The days of the cheaper have gone away.
When you get down to the nit and the grit, it always comes down to
money vs performance,,and heat. My money stays with intel.
Just my humble opinion...Im not a sheep, but I will need alot more
coaxing before I make the jump to amd...
 

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I hear amd had slow bus speeds but can be overcloaked higher....whats a bus speed ._.?
 

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Which is "better" is really a matter of preference.
I prefer Intel and that's all I will build in my shop.
 

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Personally, I've yet to see a failed CPU of either brand that wasn't caused by some other hardware failing. Particularly low quality PSU's.
 

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I find I get more bang for the buck with AMD . . my client base is very little gameing but big on value. I can build an mid range AMD system for about 30% less than an equivelent Intel system
 

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