how well do AMD GPUs work along side Intel products? I.E. Mother boards, and CPUs. the such.
will there be any benefits from using all AMD product? (or branch products)
Super good. I assume you are looking at a card/processor combo for gaming.
Other purposes are another story.
My - I7 960 / R9 290 / Intel DX58SO motherboard
I found the majority of published benchmarks of any graphics card , AMD or The Other One , are using Intel processors. PassMark Software - CPU Benchmark Charts
I will admit to being prejudice . AMD makes the best graphics cards for my needs.
Apparently Radeon cards run best with Intel CPU's and nVidia cards run better than AMD cards on AMD processors.
Couldn't be happier with my 4790k and Crossfire 290s set up.
So far from the answers you should get a good idea by this point that it'll work out just fine
Radeon cards work great with both CPU makers and no one should ever lead you to believe otherwise.
As far as the benefit of an all AMD build, well that's kinda hard to say because it all comes down to balance. You don't want to over do it or under do it on any part, you'll want your build to be balanced. But, saying all that if you go all AMD you have some great consistency in parts, lol.
Anything else feel free to ask.
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