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Poll: Who is your favorite CPU manufacturer/chip?

Who is your favorite CPU manufacturer/chip?

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Gryph

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Mine is AMD.

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Tidus

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De Dun De Dun.Caus Its Intel!

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AMD right now.

if IBM ever makes x86 chips that rock like the PPC970/G5 then yeah, I'll plan on purchasing an IBM chip. I'll definately be grabbing the new Via Mini-ITX board with the IBM-made chip when it becomes available.

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I have an Intel Pentium at the moment, but it's changes soon into an AMD Athlon (hopefully).

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Solas

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AMD Athlon 3000+ Barton

other specs:

Shuttle SN45G (small form factor case & motherboard)
1gb Corsair TwinX pc3200c2 DDR RAM
ATI 9600pro 128mb video card
250gb (7200rpm, 8mb cache) Western Digital hard drive
Plextor PX-708A burner
Sony GDM-500PS 21" Trinitron monitor

Yeah... it kicks ass...

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Dual 2GHz PowerPC G5

8GB DDR400 SDRAM (PC3200) - 8x1GB
250GB Serial ATA - 7200rpm
ATI Radeon 9800 Pro
Apple Cinema HD
SuperDrive (DVD-R/CD-RW)

yeah it kicks everyones ass

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AMD runs the fastest and I think they're coming out with another one :D

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right now its Intel specially the HT ones like i have
i will never ever ever own a mac they are mostly worthless if u dont do vid editing or music or graphics
AMD's rock especially their 64 bit machines which i may purchase soon (1600 mhz FSB)!!!!!!!!!!!!
but i will wait till after monday when intel and amd introduce their new chips which are supposed to kick ass and bring the price of current chips down by 30%

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I got Intel Inside and Dual G4s

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I've been starting to hate Intel as of late, they're just pushing out products so they can compete with AMD, just because they have their 64-Bit CPU out. I'm running on a P4, but planning to upgrading mine to one of them slick 64-Bit CPUs AMD has got. The problem is, should I hit the AMD64 or the AMD64FX. Same applies to nVidia, just rather pushing out useless products just to compete. At last AMD and ATi have been listening.

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Intel all the way... :D




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