What is the best CPU for a gaming computer?
Should I go for the latest AMD with 6 cores or should I get an Intel i7 quad core?
Since we have been in the internet gaming business for almost 8 years already, I can say that Intel is the best.
It's been years since I planned out my dream "gaming pc" (overall about a $10,000 build). While I have used AMD in the past without any problems, for a pure gaming computer I would stick with Intel.
It depends. You can use a system with two AMD/ATI video cards (connected together) that are designed to work with an AMD chipset/CPU. This type of setup is very powerful and could possibly out-perform an Intel setup with certain games. Most high-end games are capable of exploiting a crossfire/AMD setup. I would suggest a 3.6Ghz Phenom II--stay away from Bulldozer.
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