06-24-2016, 02:15 PM
At present, INTEL and AMD are two brands that dominate the market for processors. This first is a multinational company which manufactures microprocessors and integrated circuits, specialist, auxiliary integrated circuits for computer motherboards and other electronic devices. Currently is the most demanded in the market, well ahead of AMD, which is not to say that this is most backward, on the contrary, the Californian brand comes stomping very lately.
1. What is the recommended and most powerful processor?
Intel is approximately an average of 10% more powerful than AMD, something that is certainly one of the factors that we are most interested in. This last numeric data has contrasted between more than 20 studies by the web, which demonstrates that, comparing processors of both brands with the same characteristics, Intel makes its performance a 10% higher than its rival.
2. Which is cheapest?
In this question the answer is obvious, being AMD the winner clear, given that its most powerful processor to date round the €400, something that is very interesting when it comes equipped with a new computer. Unlike the latter, the more powerful Intel processor is approaching a whopping €900, more than twice as much as his opponent. This makes us think and ask if there is such a difference in price and performance, something that, depending on the processor usage, will be considerably notable really.
3. Value for money:
I advise the brand AMD, given that, to this day, very few users can afford to pay€ 1000 processor, when less than half can find a very high-end AMD processor. Intel is 10% faster on average than AMD, but it costs 300% more, while AMD still only 10% less potent, costs 300% less.
Personally, if your purpose is to video games, there is no doubt that INTEL will be your most reliable partner and better performance than you of. However, AMD processors for gaming continue to evolve, and today many computers have installed these processors and can also be used to play, having a limit lower than the rival. Also worth mentioning, video games taken recently and that not many take, will be in the market, they require a powerful processing and graphic image, so I turn to insist, that INTEL has most likely to be chosen for the gaming community.
When choosing a processor, you should know to differentiate the use you want to give to the use that you are actually going to give. I have personally been the victim of wanting to have the best processor that exists even though its high price. Actually use that is going to give is not even half of what you want, given that user, I again urge in the claim of get a processor brand AMD, since performance will be more than optimal.
If we think at the level of enterprise, medium or high, which are carried out works in those who need a powerful, and which count to the last second, then Yes, I recommend INTEL, given that very likely, 99%, not you will fail.
Comparison between the processor INTEL Core i7 5930 k 3.5 GHz and AMD A10 - 6790K 4 GHz processor:
*INTEL Core i7 5930k 3.5GHz:
- Price: € 600
- Frequency: 3500 MHz
- Frequency turbo: 3700 MHz
- Bus speed: 5 GT/s DMI
- Multiplier clock: 35
- Socket: Socket 2011-3 / R3 / LGA2011-3
*AMD A10-6790K 4GHz:
- Price: € 130
- Frequency: 4000MHz
- Frequency turbo: 4300Mhz
- Bus speed: 6 GT/s DMI
- Multiplier clock: 25
- Socket: Socket FM2
As we can see the price is very uneven, almost 6 times less. AMD processor frequency is higher than the INTEL processor, but it leaves us a fact of great importance, which is the clock multiplier. It has 25 data on AMD processor, unlike the INTEL processor that has a 35 clock multiplier. And what is that the clock multiplier? Well, the multiplier is he who gives the exact speed. Configuring the FSB (front Serial Bus) which corresponds, will give us a rate more or less. I.e., when bigger processor multiplier less peak speed will have, with which possess more stable speed.
I hope that the post you served help and that you have in mind some of the factors that I have proposed here.