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|4th August 2007, 12:18||#1|
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Single core still rules the gaming world
In the everlasting battle of AMD versus Intel, currently Intel has the nod with 53.19% of all users on steam, while AMD held 46.80%. However, results do not sound so good for Intel, since 76.06% of all users own a single-core processor, predominately Intel Pentium 4. Over a third of users own a processor with clocks from 2.3 to 3.29 GHz in Intel world, while 21.06% owners of AMD processors like clockspeed of 2.0-2.3 GHz.
|5th August 2007, 01:16||#2|
Sounds rather expected considering the largest percentage of these same users own just a 6600 GPU, followed by:
|6th August 2007, 21:22||#3|
My 3.4 Ghz C2D, X-FI XtremeGamer and overclocked X1950 XT running on a 23" widescreen at 1920x1200 still aren't enough to keep from getting my *** kicked by a 14 year old kid apparently on a 2.4 Ghz P4 with a GF 6600.
Oh well, at least my bloodied body crumbling to the concrete looks and sounds FANTASTIC now!
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