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  • impulse9266 impulse9266 May 9, 2011 11:58 AM Flag

    Why is Intel's so PATHETIC when compared to AMD's tech.

    They have to run Black Ops in below HD resolutions to get to run properly. LMAO.

    While AMD's CPU + GPU can run it in FULL HD 1080P with all the bells and whistles cranked to the MAX.

    Intel has to run it in 1990's resolution. We are living in 2011 Intel clowns where we do things in FULL HD 1080P. So, why is Intel's tech is 11 years behind AMD's?

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    • Is there's something wrong with your eyes? I guess that's what happens when you look at Intel's sub-HD crappy tech.

    • "Wow, you made enough money to buy a graphics card. That's impressive."
      That's only portion of the money that I made that can be used to buy a Graphics Card. At least AMD's has a graphics card unlike Stupid Intel with their 1990's GPU's LOL.
      "Anything else and it's Intel all the way"

      You mean running powerpoint, Excel, Word, Firefox. Wopedy doo. That's quite an accomplishment you can run load firefox 1 second faster. You would have to be in idiot to waste money on Intel's crap where for the same price you could get a AMD discrete GPU and AMD CPU that will absolutely MURDER stupid Intel's CPU + GPU.

      "But AMD has huge problems going forward. Years behind in fabrication and technology,"

      Years behind? Please Stop, your clueless about AMD's tech. AMD's Llano, is using 32 nm same as Sandy Bridge. And AMD's Llano trashes Sandy Bridge in performance.

    • Uh..that's only SOME of the money I made. How much did you make with your lame Intel stocks?

    • Wow, you made enough money to buy a graphics card. That's impressive.

      But hey if I'm looking for a discrete graphics card, I'd prolly buy AMD. If I'm looking for a low end system I might buy AMD. That's the area where they excel.

      Anything else and it's Intel all the way.

      But AMD has huge problems going forward. Years behind in fabrication and technology, no management team, no workable business concept. I hope they find enough graphics and low end business to survive...

    • Glad you made sooo much money.

    • I did back up the truck. Just like last time. Which I used the profits to acquire AMD HD 6950 which I BIOS flashed to a HD 6970. Too bad Intel I mean craptel doesn't have tech that can compete with a HD 6970. Come back when your company isn't stuck in the 90's.

    • Shouldn't you be backing up the AMD truck? It is down large again today.

    • One question? Can any of Intel's tech run computationally intensive applications in FULL HD 1080P no it can't. AMD's Radeon GPU's can on the other hand. So how is Intel's GPU's not crappy when they suck this bad that they have to run applications in below-HD resolution in 2011 to get it to work.

    • "Walli I am not going to argue with you further about how crappy Intel's tech is. The fact of the matter is Intel tech SUCKS when it comes to graphics. It would choke running applications in full hd 1080p when compared to AMD's Radeon GPUs."

      ***

      Argument? What argument? It's not an argument when one person uses words constantly like "crappy" and "SUCKS". One has to use those kinds of words when one doesn't have anything else. They are just signs that you either don't have an argument or that your verbal skills are insufficient to express it.

      In your case, both appear to be true...

    • Walli I am not going to argue with you further about how crappy Intel's tech is. The fact of the matter is Intel tech SUCKS when it comes to graphics. It would choke running applications in full hd 1080p when compared to AMD's Radeon GPUs.

      Secondly, I would like to apologize for bringing your mom into our previous conversation. I think that crossed the line so I apologize.

      Have a good day.

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