Thanks ahead for the response.
Also, sorry if this is in the wrong spot.
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Why not just have one big one, because the actual cpu is one piece.
No doubt. And that has always been their Ace card. And NO DOUBT, an AMD CPU serves as an EXCELLENT and RELIABLE Windows platform.
I do think however, AMD has a higher performance/price ratio.
I was not suggesting AMD has heat or voltage problems. I am just saying when comparing CPU with CPU, the current line of Intels tend to generate less heat. But what does that mean? It means a few degrees on paper and a slightly better efficiency. But in practice for the end user, it means nothing.
I have no issues with heat or voltages as you can see.
So bottom line, my Ford F150 is better than your Chevy Silverado. So there!
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