View Poll Results: Which do you prefer?

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  • Intel (CPU)

    28 51.85%
  • AMD (CPU)

    28 51.85%
  • AMD (GPU)

    24 44.44%
  • Nvidia (GPU)

    29 53.70%
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10-03-2017 04:06 PM
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  1. camptime's Avatar
    Only build a new pc every few years so not about to give AMD a try any time soon but would never use there GPU as they always seem to underperformed. So Nvidia all the way for me.
    09-29-2017 09:48 PM
  2. F240775s's Avatar
    Simple question for the WC community

    Which CPU and GPU manufacture does the community prefer?

    Maybe you can share why you choose and prefer that manufacture?

    Maybe you can share how much you paid for it? (I usually find them on some sort of sale or discounted price on eBay or Newegg)

    How long have you had them for?

    Discussion is open to all.
    09-30-2017 06:04 AM
  3. Aditya Sinha's Avatar
    Simple question for the WC community

    Which CPU and GPU manufacture does the community prefer?

    Maybe you can share why you choose and prefer that manufacture?

    Maybe you can share how much you paid for it? (I usually find them on some sort of sale or discounted price on eBay or Newegg)

    How long have you had them for?

    Discussion is open to all.
    Intel and nVidia. Enjoying my i7 4930k with GTX 980Ti. Intel and nVidia has been a consistent performers. Though slightly overpriced but the performance lasts long.
    09-30-2017 07:48 AM
  4. Groover1971's Avatar
    The last two desk computers that I built from completely new components used AMD processors, mainly because of the value of processing power vs cost. In the past I have always preferred Nvidia graphics cards.

    For my last build, a couple of years ago, I went with ATI (R9 390X) along with an AMD FX-8350 processor. My only problem that I've had was heat build up when the graphics card was stressed. That was solved by adding a couple of fans.

    This gave me a gaming system at a decent price. When I look at building a computer from the ground up, I look to making one last as long as I can (future proofing). With 16 GB of ram, I should be ok for a few more years.

    But for my 2-in-1 laptop, the Intel M3 processor is amazing for its power and battery efficiency (fanless). It's hard to compare desktops and laptops.
    09-30-2017 06:47 PM
  5. BsvsVijay's Avatar
    Simple question for the WC community

    Which CPU and GPU manufacture does the community prefer?

    Maybe you can share why you choose and prefer that manufacture?

    Maybe you can share how much you paid for it? (I usually find them on some sort of sale or discounted price on eBay or Newegg)

    How long have you had them for?

    Discussion is open to all.
    10-01-2017 09:37 PM
  6. Zidern's Avatar
    For CPU I simply use whatever fits my budget and needs, right now I'm looking to get a Ryzen. For GPU I have always preferred AMD over nVidia, they work so much better with multiple monitors IMO.
    10-03-2017 04:06 PM
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