Our last poll over the Pentium 4 Prescott produced resounding ambivalence, as 61% of you chose "Eh, whatever." 31% gave Prescott a thumbs down, while the optimist's club weighed in with 7% for thumbs up.
Now for a question about which I'm very curious. Are you guys still interested in Socket A motherboards and the like, or is it all about the Pentium 4 and Athlon 64 stuff nowadays? Athlon XP systems are pretty cheap now, but they are also a tad bit pokey. Would you enjoy reading about new Athlon XP mobos, or is our time better spent on P4/A64 stuff?
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