Marginal Differences.

  LastChip 13:25 15 Jun 2003

There are only marginal differences in the two processors. Several moths ago, I would have said P4 without hesitation, but now the CPU's are so close to each other in performance terms, there is little to choose.

Possibly (arguably), the latest P4's have a 533 Front Side Bus (FSB), and if you are going to get heavily into graphics, there may be a slight advantage in going for the P4, but if you read various bench mark tests for the two processors, it appears one will out perform in one area, and then it's counterpart will take the lead in another!

In terms of stability, which used to be a stumbling block for AMD CPU's, the issues appear to have been ironed out, so nothing to choose there either!

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