Unfortunately with that question you are going to get a fanboy answers. I have run both AMD and Intel in machines and like the both equally. We have 2 machines at work that run AMD's that work fine and several that run Intel. Both my computers at home run Intel C2D, well with a third I just acquired running an Pentium 4 D that I'm not thrilled about. I really don't have any complains with either side. Just depending on when your looking, and how much money you are going to spend, AMD or Intel might have the best in that price bracket.
i havent used an intel cpu since the pentium 2.
intel are too expensive.. i have a 6 core 3.8ghz AMD at the moment and i paid £160 for it...
i could have chosen an intel 6 core 3.3ghz and paid just under £800.
ive used AMD cpus since the thunderbird and ill never use intel again and this is coming from a gamer who demands a good processor.
They both make excellent processors.
At certain price points (especially the low end) AMD has a better price/performance ratio. I don't have any brand loyalty but most of my recent computers are AMD powered though my most recent computer purchase had an Intel Core 2 Duo.
It totally depends on your usage. If you need just a simple PC and can afford Intel then i7 is for you. But you need heavy graphics and are a gamer then go for AMD. It actually depends on your requirement. Which ever you can afford as well.
I prefer intel, I find that you get what you pay for and they last longer. I've had problems with both my previous two computers (pretty soon) due to AMD processors, so I say go for intel, you pay more but it lasts longer.
you know when i said this i thought of the arnie prank calls lol intel are not the best ;)
look its just hit me... we're fanboys lmao
intel is much better
stop what haha