Another week, another poll. Before we get into the new topic, however, let's look at last week's results. It would seem we have a lot of Intel fanboys hiding in the closet, as 33% of you are most looking forward to the 2GHz Pentium 4. AMD's desktop Palomino comes in with 23%, followed by NVIDIA's nForce chipset at 20%. Next up is AMD's 760MPX chipset with 12% of your votes, and ATI's new graphics part with 6%. Rounding out the bottom of the list is Creative's new Audigy line of sound cards with a paltry 1%, and Intel's 845 chipset only registering a handful of votes.
Odd how Intel comes out at both ends of the spectrum.
Taking a break from controversy, this week's poll asks the following:go vote!
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