This page compares Intel-brand processors and AMD-brand processors.
last edit:20:13, 23 May 2005 (not up to date,for new processors)
- Good for video editing
- Good for business and running several programs requiring high processing
- Celeron processors are good to be used in budget machines
- Higher speeds
- The high-quality graphics games will work with any good Intel processor.
- Pentiums produce less heat
- The newer Intels are more expensive
- Costs less
- Longer lasting
- Better for high performance applications
- Runs smoother than an Intel
- Already has a line for 64-bit operating systems
- You need the best AMD processor possible to render high-quality graphics
AMD is generally the better buy, unless you are an extreme multitasker.