Not too long ago, there was a time where enthusiasts will agree that Intel is faster when it comes to applications and AMD is the better platform for gaming. If you've read our Intel 3.73GHz Extreme Edition last Friday, you'll know that this isn't really the case anymore as AMD has really caught up to Intel in the application side of things, though still hold a slight edge in gaming. While things are close when using current generation graphics cards, there is one advantage AMD had always held for gaming and that is the ability to use two NVIDIA cards and an nForce 4 SLI motherboard for better gaming performance. Intel had no answer to that in the consumer market as none of their chipsets supported SLI.
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