As for the overall picture, Intel processors cover a much broader price range than AMD processors, as you may see. However, I have to say in AMD’s defense that in Q2 2008 their product lineup will be significantly enlarged with dual-core and triple-core CPUs with Phenom micro-architecture. In the meanwhile, AMD doesn’t even aim at the top of the mainstream CPU market targeting all their solutions at less expensive systems. Intel, however, still sticks to very pleasing fixed price level even after the launch of new processor models, despite the fact that there is practically no competition at this time in $180+ part of the CPU market.Check it out over here.
17 dual-core CPUs compared
Posted on Monday, February 04 2008 @ 4:00 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
X-bit Labs compared 17 contemporary dual-core processors from AMD and Intel.