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What is the best Processor


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Could someone tell me what the best processor is in general, without taking overclocking into account. It doesn't matter what the price is
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I'm an AMD fan. My newest is the AMD Athlon 64 FX-57 Processor. I LOVE IT!!

It's lightning fast and blows all my other machines away. :tazz:
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true dat. looking for the absolute best?
AMD Athlon 4800+ 64bit X2 Dual-Core Processor
...[bleep]
runs for close to $1000

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And whats the best Intel Processor? how does that compare to the AMD Athlon 64 FX-57 Processor or AMD Athlon 4800+ 64bit X2 Dual-Core Processor?
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I would say the Pentium Exteme Edition 840 is the best Intel processor out there. Dual 3.2 GHz. cores, hyperthreading, 64-bit support, etc.
Intel Dual-Core Processors
I do think that the AMD's offer slightly better performance, but I'm not sure.
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Intel is generally less expensive, but less stable as they quad clock their processers. Amd duel clocks, but doesnt waste time with an fsb so you could say its also less stable...an intel 3.4 gig would be just as good for less $

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