Whose chipset do you use?
In case you haven't noticed, we've rolled our poll again. The previous poll
about instant messaging programs showed some interesting results. Terrifyingly, AIM took the top spot with 21%. The AOL-owned ICQ took a chilling second at 19%. But reassuringly, Trillian carved out a healthy 18%, tying Microsoft's uber-bundled MSN Messenger.
This week's question is timely in light of our recent Socket A chipset roundup. Which chipset do you actually use in your main Pee Cee? Go vote.