• This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn more.

AMD V.S. Intel

E

Eggnima

Guest
#1
Hey guys... I need help and I need it fast... can anyone point out a few sites whereby I can get information about the disadvantages and advantages of the AMD processors and Intel processors... I know that the forums may contain these information but,

1. I'm in a kinda rush here... need to get a report rushed out pronto

2. I'll need to submit a list of website references along with the report

ANY and ALL assistance would be MOST appreciated! Thanks guys...
 
E

Eggnima

Guest
#6
Yeah well... my report homework entails having to do research on Internet Web-sites and submitting them as part of my report. I also have to list sources and references... bah~
:(
 
#8
Well techinically he IS doing research. He does it by accessing the best source of this kind of information he knows, NTFS.org. He'll still need to read through the sites provided for further info.

Right? :)
 
E

Eggnima

Guest
#12
Originally posted by Zedric
Well techinically he IS doing research. He does it by accessing the best source of this kind of information he knows, NTFS.org. He'll still need to read through the sites provided for further info.

Right? :)
Da... summarise and make it concise... but how do ya make a 3 pages of technical jargon concise? Damn...
:confused:
 
E

Eggnima

Guest
#13
Originally posted by jumpy
I guess so, but those kind of links are readily available via google :)

www.google.com ;)
True enough.. Google has some information... but it throws me lots of stuff that I don't really need (i.e. Cyrix V.S. Intel/AMD)... crappy sites galore...
 
#15
try searchin the forums for AMD or Intel, you will find about a thousand threads just like this one will become. Some of them have useful info
 
I

Ice-Freezer

Guest
#17
here sukers xp3000 vs pent4 3.06ghz

AMD Athlon™ XP Processor Performance Benchmark Desktop Overall

click for pic

Office Productivity Overall

click for pic

Digital Media Overall

click for pic

3D Gaming Overall

click for pic

AMD Athlon™ XP Processor Competitive Comparison

http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/ProductInformation/0,,30_118_756_3734^3759,00.html

copy and paste whole url into your browser if it doesnt work


pdf file for benchmarks of xp3000 vs pent4 3.06ghz

http://www.amd.com/us-en/assets/con...ons_and_Report_for_Athlon_XP_3000_-_FINAL.pdf

reviews
http://www.anandtech.com/cpu/showdoc.html?i=1543
http://www.techtv.com/screensavers/products/story/0,24330,3417233,00.html
http://www.hardwareaccelerated.com/content/reviews/athlonxp3000/index.php

http://www.sharkyextreme.com/hardware/cpu/article.php/1363691

want more search your self :p
xp3000 cache l1 = 128 l2 = 512 total 640
pent 4 3.06ghz l1= 12k µop (Trace Cache) + 8KB (Data Cache)
l2 = 512KB (on-chip) total 520KB + 12K µop (on-chip)
remember xp3000 is runing at 2.1ghz imagine this thing at 3.06ghz :)
 
E

Eggnima

Guest
#18
Hey Ice-Freezer... that's a load of info... though my deadline is long up, still, thanks loads for the help... cheers~

A big THANK YOU to all who've helped me out
:happy:
 

j79zlr

Glaanies script monkey
Political User
#20
Check this out: http://www6.tomshardware.com/cpu/20030210/barton-13.html
AMD's website has a certain amount of vested interests in the comparisons they make.

My personal preferences aside:

Intel for Business/Office Applications because of stability and compatibilty (some of the engineering software I use doesn't play well with AMD)

AMD for gaming when tweaked properly(this can be argued to no end I know because I usually am on the other side of the fence) because they are easier to OC but out of box have much less performace than Intel, plus DDR works better with AMD and is cheaper, but RAMBUS RAM makes Intel's fly but is very pricy.
 

Members online

No members online now.

Latest posts

Latest profile posts

Hello, is there anybody in there? Just nod if you can hear me ...
Xie
What a long strange trip it's been. =)

Forum statistics

Threads
61,961
Messages
673,239
Members
89,014
Latest member
sanoravies