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User Info: Marikhen

Marikhen
4 years ago#31
DARQ MX posted...
Waits for the AMD v.s Intel one next.


Doubt it'll happen. AMD's GPUs trump Intel's GPUs. Even when you look at integrated gaming options in games where frame rates are traditionally CPU-locked to a large degree you can see AMD pulling ahead because of how limiting even the newest Intel GPUs are.
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User Info: DV8ingSources

DV8ingSources
4 years ago#32
Marikhen posted...
DARQ MX posted...
Waits for the AMD v.s Intel one next.


Doubt it'll happen. AMD's GPUs trump Intel's GPUs. Even when you look at integrated gaming options in games where frame rates are traditionally CPU-locked to a large degree you can see AMD pulling ahead because of how limiting even the newest Intel GPUs are.


He was referring to the constant flag toting intel/AMD fanboys do on these forums. In that comparison, it'd be CPU's being compared.
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User Info: mccue166

mccue166
4 years ago#33
AMD, because I've had an nVidia card tell me it wasn't compatible with Windows anymore.
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User Info: WyzeGye

WyzeGye
4 years ago#34
I prefer AMD because the price/performance is second to none.


nothing against intel. but i'm a cheapskate.
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WyzeGye
4 years ago#35
...errr, i meant nvidia... but the same is also true for intel.
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User Info: LostHisHardcore

LostHisHardcore
4 years ago#36
AMD for a couple of reasons. The first being that they're currently cheapest, the other because I'm British so I always go for the underdog lol
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User Info: reincarnator07

reincarnator07
4 years ago#37
Nvidia. AMD is still good, but they always seem to be playing catch up to Nvidia.
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User Info: Moose_Of_Woe

Moose_Of_Woe
4 years ago#38
Nvidia. More expensive in general, but can't beat the execution their cards deliver.

User Info: Iskander72

Iskander72
4 years ago#39
I've used both and don't really have problems with either. I had to RMA an AMD card once but that's the only major problem I had with either. I've owned more AMD though because of price.

User Info: Aebleskiver

Aebleskiver
4 years ago#40
I picked Nvidia but I would buy AMD if there was a good sale and I was looking for a new card.
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