Published on 13th December 2007 by
Originally Posted by mclean007Quick typo - final page - "What exasperates these fears is the potential" - exacerbates??
Originally Posted by pumpmanYou said it yourself in the article that it is a total flip from the P4 -AMD64 days , people still bought intel chips then
Having said that apart from encoding I see no huge margins in performance between the two and doing everyday things, Im suprised at the number of people who have admitted going from x2 to c2d and saying they don.t really notice a difference.
Total aside but I'm about to go from an Athlon XP2200+ to a C2Q6600 (another AMD -> Intel convert among the enthusiast community...). I think I'll notice a slight difference
Originally Posted by RotoSequenceIntel: Nom Nom Nom
Originally Posted by BindibadgiMcLean has it in a (large) nutshell ;)
On your upgrade: you'll see 3 more cores for starters. :p
Originally Posted by AmonHow well do these Phenom fold? For some people, it could be worth buying just for that.
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