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Originally posted by Josekinuc
I know Intel must be offering great incentives to purchase exculsively their 64 bit processor product. AMD has a good product as well. On independent tests, the AMD 64 bit chip seems to out perform the Intel unit. Of course, this will depend on the tests designs. But, using fair tests that duplicate a home user in Games and Multimedia, the AMD seems to have the edge for now.
Most PC manufacturers have started offering AMD as well as Intel PC machines. I have noticed Dell has ignored the use of AMD Processors in its line up. So does Dell have a vendetta against AMD?
Maybe this is one of the reasons AMD has brought an anti-trust suit charging Intel with unfair trade practices. In the past, every lawsuit AMD has persude against Intel, from what I recall, AMD has won. So, if AMD keeps on with the same historical trend, AMD should win this suit with Intel as well. But, will this open the tight Intel market to AMD and its 64 bit processor for competition?