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Pentium v/s AMD processors

Discussion in 'Tech, Gadgets & Science Forum' started by UncleUber, May 2, 2012.

  1. UncleUber

    UncleUber JF-Expert Member

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    Nadhani kila kompyuta uwa kama haijabandikwa lebo Pentium Inside, core2, duo, M etc basi itakuwa ina lebo ya AMD, AMD premium etc!

    wataalamu naomba mnipe tofauti kati ya pentium na amd, faida za kila moja, hasara za kila moja, ipi inakuwa recommended za matumizi personal...
     
  2. Mtazamaji

    Mtazamaji JF-Expert Member

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    Generally baadhi AMD zinasemekena ziko njema zaid kwenye task za Multmedia kuliko Intel.

    Na genrelay vievile wataalama wanasema kwa pure CPU-process kama Msword, excel, Browisng etc basi Intel inafanya kazi vizuri zaidi kuiko AMD. Mwisho wa siku nimesoma soma mtandaoni manimeonahauna hard rule

    Lakini CPU ni factor moja tu amabayo nayo performance yake inaweza kuathiriwa au kuongezeka kwauwepowa factor nyingine Kama RAM au GPU

    Sasa kama hizo "personal use" ni sana sana ni kucheza game auazi nyingine za multmedia aina fulani ya AMD inaweza kuwa uchaguzi sahihi kuliko Intel Lakini kama pesonal Use ni just kusoma email ,wordproceesing then any choice wont make big difference

    Tatizo nachangamoto Kuna benchmark tofauti wataalamu wanatumia kupima na kulinganisha. Na vilevie Kuna AMD Model tofauti tofauti kama ilivyokwa intel Kuna model tofauti nyingi. Jionee mwenyewe hapa hizo benchmark

    Mfano hapa wamejeribu kulinganisha AMD Turion 64 X2 TL-58 (1.9GHz) Vs Intel Core 2 Duo T5250 (1.5GHz). But hiyo ni makala ya 2007.
     
  3. georgeallen

    georgeallen JF-Expert Member

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    Mbali na maelezo ya kitaalam ya "Mtazamaji". Tofauti nyingine ni ya kimtizamo/marketing strategy/R&D/advertisement etc.
    Kwa mafano Toyota na Nissan yote ni makampuni mazuri tu ya kutengeneza magari yenye ubora wa hali ya juu. Lakini magari ya Toyota yana market share kubwa kwenye soko la magari kuliko Nissan. Sababu ni kuwa Toyota wana-allocate pesa nyingi sana kwenye advertisement/research and development kuliko Nissan. Na kwa sababu hiyo wameweza kushika soko la magari duniani kote. Hivyo hivyo kwa intel. hawa jamaa (Intel) wanatumia pesa nyingi sana kwa advertisement kuliko AMD, ndiyo maana products zao zinajulikana sana na zimekamata soko la Processors kwa kiasi kikubwa.
     
  4. Biohazard

    Biohazard JF-Expert Member

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    Mkuu kwanza Title ungebadilisha ukasema INTEL Vs AMD processors

    Kwa tazamo wangu tofauti ni kama ifuatavyo.

    INTEL is more expensive than AMD
    INTEL is performing good than AMD

    That is to say
    AMD is cheap and Affordable than INTEl
    INTEL is good in Perfomance than AMD
     
  5. Chief-Mkwawa

    Chief-Mkwawa Platinum Member

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    mi si mtaalam sana ila i think amd ina perform vizuri zaidi ya intel
    nina laptop ya amd e350 1.6ghz dual core
    Katika ku google sana nikapata thread nyingi kua inaperform better than hio namba so nikafanya research zangu mwenyewe nikadownload game hizi
    Pes 2012, gta4 hizi game zinataka processor za intel za kuanzia 2.Something ila ikafanya kazi

    Kuhusu multimedia naungana na mtazamaji zinapiga hd vizuri tu na zimekua rated 5.9/7.9 windows rating.
    Na tofaut nyengine kubwa amd cpu na gpu zimeunganishwa pamoja
     
  6. elmagnifico

    elmagnifico JF-Expert Member

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    Intel vs AMD: Intel CPUs If you're after performance above else
    (and you've plenty of money) then Intel
    processors are the way to go. At least,
    in general - there are several different
    families available and you need to be
    careful which you choose. Intel Core 2 CPUs are still available, for
    instance, but they've been around for a
    long time, no longer represent a good
    deal and unless you're working with an
    old motherboard, are probably best
    avoided. Instead you'll be considering a Core i3,
    Core i5 or Core i7 processor, which will
    deliver budget, mid-range or high-end
    performance, respectively. Except, of
    course, it's not quite as simple as that,
    because these CPUs now come in two main flavours. The mainstream Core i3, i5 and i7
    processors are available in a Socket
    LGA1156 package (this defines how the
    CPU connects to the rest of your
    system, and so means you'll need a
    Socket LGA1156 motherboard as well). This doesn't represent the very latest in
    Intel technology, but it's relatively
    reasonably priced, and there are plenty
    of compatible motherboards around at
    all price levels. The latest Core i3/ i5/ i7 processors,
    code-named Sandy Bridge and available
    in an LGA1155 package, are rather
    more interesting. Not only are they up to
    40% faster than their predecessors, but
    they also come with an on-board graphics chip, so if you're not looking for
    much in the way of video performance
    then you probably won't have to buy a
    graphics card. The CPUs and Socket LGA1175 boards
    you'll need to run them are more
    expensive, but only marginally (they're
    still available on sub-£1,000 PCs) so if
    you're looking for a good mainstream
    Intel solution then these are the way to go. There is a small complication, though.
    Intel recently identified a problem with
    the SATA controller in the Sandy Bridge
    chipset, and had to recall many
    motherboards. The issue is fixed now,
    but supplies of some boards may remain short until April, so you might
    have to shop around. The other option available right now is to
    choose a Core i7 CPU in an LGA1366
    package. This will allow you to run the
    very fastest 6-core Core i7 CPUs, which
    deliver great speeds and are very
    overclockable. They're also hugely expensive, though, lack extras like on-
    board graphics chips, and aren't actually
    that much faster than the high-end
    Sandy Bridge systems, so we'd
    recommend you avoid them in most
    situations. Intel vs AMD: the AMD competition AMD processors aren't currently able to
    compete with Intel for raw speed, but
    that might be changing soon, and in the
    meantime they're able to deliver capable
    performance at an excellent price. And
    AMD is also far better at backward compatibility than Intel, so there's no
    confusion over socket types and
    multiple incompatible versions of the
    same CPU: buy an AM3 motherboard
    and it'll run just about anything. AMD's Athlon II processors, for instance,
    are the budget products. They're
    available in X2, X3 and X4 varieties (the
    number tells you how many cores they
    have), and in different model numbers
    according to their clock speed. Performance isn't so great, but Athlon II
    CPUs will fit in both socket AM2+ and
    AM3 motherboards, so you'll have plenty
    of choice when building your PC. AMD's Phenom II family are their
    mainstream products, equipped with
    more cache memory than the Athlon
    II's, and running at higher clock speeds
    for better performance. They're
    available in X2, X4 and even 6-core X6 varieties, and again the CPUs run on
    both AM2+ and AM3 motherboards. And AMD plans to release new
    processors, code-named Bulldozer and
    Llano, starting this June and July. Many
    of the CPUs will include on-board
    graphics chips, some will have 8 cores,
    and it's rumoured that performance will be 50% up on the Phenom II, which if
    true would mean they'll deliver speeds
    very similar to Intel's Sandy Bridge
    systems. For the best results you'll need to run to
    run AMD's next generation CPUs on the
    upcoming AM3+ chipset motherboards,
    but the good news is that once again
    AMD are working to ensure backward
    compatibility. And so if you buy an AM3 motherboard today, you can equip it
    with an Athlon II CPU, but still upgrade to
    a Bulldozer CPU later on, and you
    shouldn't have too much of a
    performance penalty. Intel vs AMD: which is best? We've looked at the two product ranges,
    then - but which is best? It all depends
    on what you're looking for. If price is key, then the AMD Athlon II X2
    255 makes an excellent choice. It's
    available for under £40 as we write, and
    has more than enough power to handle
    basic PC tasks. If you've a little more money and need
    extra performance from your CPU, then
    AMD's best mid-range offering is
    perhaps the Phenom II X4 965, some
    35% faster than the Athlon II X2 255,
    and yours from around £100. Intel's LGA1156-based Core i3-560 is a
    similar performer and available for the
    same price, though. And the new
    LGA1155-based Core i3-2100 goes
    further still, delivering perhaps 10%
    more speed for under £100, so that would probably be our preferred choice
    here (depending on your motherboard
    requirements). And if performance matters more than
    anything else, then right now there's no
    substitute for the LGA1155-based Core
    i7-2600K (the K means the multiplier is
    unlocked, allowing the CPU to be
    overclocked). It's perhaps twice the speed of the AMD Athlon II X2 255, yet
    is relatively affordable (in Intel terms at
    least) at around £240. If you don't have to buy your CPU until
    the summer, though, it may be worth
    waiting. AMD's Bulldozer promises
    performance very similar to the high-end
    Intel chips, and experience tells us
    they're likely to be significantly cheaper - so postponing your PC for a month or
    two could save you a noticeable amount
    of cash.
     
  7. Biohazard

    Biohazard JF-Expert Member

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    hiyo naweza kukubali na inasababishwa na Kampuni moja ambayo inatengeneza hizo AMD processors pamoja na ATI graphix cards.
     
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