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AMD or Nvidia? or Intel? Which one do you have/prefer?

  1. Tonyx35 profile image60
    Tonyx35posted 5 years ago

    AMD or Nvidia? or Intel? Which one do you have/prefer?

    This is a question for the PC Gamers, Home Theater PC and general PC users. I like to ask on every forum and Social Network. I personally could go for either on a Desktop.  Intel for the notebooks are fine .

  2. Sapper profile image70
    Sapperposted 5 years ago

    I usually prefer AMD for both CPU and GPU, but I think this will be my last AMD CPU. I do a fair amount of gaming, and AMD is just falling too far behind for that. But, unless something changes, I'll stick with them for GPU's.

    1. Tonyx35 profile image60
      Tonyx35posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Sad, but true, AMD is no longer trying to compete with Intel at the High-End CPU market. At least the GPU division is still competing with Nvidia.

  3. kschang profile image90
    kschangposted 5 years ago

    For CPU, Intel is ahead of AMD. The Bulldozer platform haven't quite worked out for AMD.

    For GPU, AMD(ATI) is slightly ahead of NVIDIA by a hair, IMHO. You can compare stats all day and go back and forth and you won't find a clear-cut winner. You really can't go wrong with either company.

    1. Tonyx35 profile image60
      Tonyx35posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Either for GPUs and Intel for processors huh? That seems to be the standard these days.  Maybe I should give AMD (Graphics) another shot. Have had some bad experiences when the graphics were still called ATI.

  4. AlphaTechWV profile image63
    AlphaTechWVposted 5 years ago

    I have always ran Intel Processors with Nvidia GPU. This comes from years ago when ATI was having severe driver problems that made it a nightmare to play games with one. Currently both are good for gaming on the GPU front, but Intel still seems to offer more bang for your buck for a CPU. If your Intel question was in relation to the integrated Intel HD 3000 and HD 4000 they are decent enough for casual gamers. My laptop has the HD 3000 and plays Diablo 3 and Borderlands just fine on mid-level settings. I have heard really good reviews on the HD 4000 as far as integrated graphics are concerned.