What's your opinion on which is better, AMD or Intel?
Total: 164 votes (52 blank votes)
spentshells said:I've been using ati cards since 2002 when I switched from Nvidia and now Im back to nvidia because they are so much better at um something or I other I don't quite remember but yeah NVIDIA FTW
How can they be better?
Also people said the 8120 runs a lot smoother (real users not people who benchmark them) then the 2700k.
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Something no one here probably knows - http://global.oce.com/products/varioprint6320ultra/spec... < this printer, 320 A4 PPM or 314 Letter PPM (or 1 tree per hour), has about 6 or so AMD cpu's controlling it, one controls each option. I dont know the exact model number, but i think its a custom type chip. So AMD is better...... at controlling printers.
sunnk said:what about a pizza love it!but my mom is making it for me.xD
i vote for sempron!
(scream!!!aaaaaa!!!!i want a pizza!!aaa!!give it to me!!!)
i m going to order now!!!
i m using now a amd cpu but i also love intel cpu i will get whichever cpu is less in price and much more in performance
AMD + Pizzarolls + involuntary Playmates = Mr. Plinkett
amuffin said:I vote for the P4!
Though I do like the larger area the oven has....
C'mon, admit it - you and Spentshells actually own EasyBake Ovens ...
My 5-yr-old son said he wanted one for Christmas, until I pointed out to him that it was for girls and no boys were in the TV ad . So now he denies he ever wanted one..
fazers_on_stun said:Heh, if you read the fine print, that Playmate was Pam Anderson back in 1990. So eating too much pizza will turn you from this:
to look like this
that wasn't pizza she was eating but tommy lee's . . . . well you know if you've seen the movie.
Anonymous said:that wasn't pizza she was eating but tommy lee's . . . . well you know if you've seen the movie.
Heard she caught some disease or something from tommy lee.....Anyways that's fine I think I'll still take the pizza and save the rest later, might use my phenom processor to heat it up if it goes cold