News Europeans Continue to Flock to AMD

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The last paragraph shows some intense Intel bias, "Manufacturers have made it clear that they want to use Intel's processors, and some have mostly turned to AMD's offerings out of desperation."

AMD's products are more cost efficient in pretty much any measure. For gaming, Frames / $, Frames / Watt, or for desktop, Perf / $ or Perf / Watt. Certainly in the server market, AMD is so far ahead it's not even close, citing over 500% improvement in Perf / Total Cost of Ownership on certain benchmarks relative to Intel's best.
 
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Manufacturers don't necessarily care what is objectively better. They care primarily what will make them the most money. Customers will pay more for Intel CPU's so that's what they want to sell. There is no bias in reporting facts nor is there bias in businesses chasing the money. The bias lies with the customers.
 

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The last paragraph shows some intense Intel bias, "Manufacturers have made it clear that they want to use Intel's processors, and some have mostly turned to AMD's offerings out of desperation."

AMD's products are more cost efficient in pretty much any measure. For gaming, Frames / $, Frames / Watt, or for desktop, Perf / $ or Perf / Watt. Certainly in the server market, AMD is so far ahead it's not even close, citing over 500% improvement in Perf / Total Cost of Ownership on certain benchmarks relative to Intel's best.
Yes, the Intel prejudice in places is indeed thick. It's so silly of Intel to push the notion that the only reason people are asking for AMD is because they can't get a comparable Intel product because....because of what? Because aliens are stealing all the Intel CPUs? What a truly silly thing to say, especially when one considers that the real reason people are choosing AMD is because Intel cannot at this time come to market with a competitive product! Simple enough, eh?
 
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Olle P

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The last paragraph shows some intense Intel bias, ...
AMD's products are more cost efficient...
Manufacturers don't necessarily care what is objectively better. They care primarily what will make them the most money. Customers will pay more for Intel CPU's... The bias lies with the customers.
Some customers might ask specifically for Intel CPUs, but the key difference is that AMD won't pay the manufacturers any money for selling their products whereas Intel do pay the OEMs (for not selling AMD in any significant amount):
The OEMs state that they want to sell Intel products because otherwise Intel won't pay them.
 

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