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Your Next PC

What is your next PC  

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  1. 1. What is your next PC

    • Apple PowerMac, iMac
      0
    • Apple PowerBook, iBook
      4
    • Notebook AMD
      2
    • Notebook AMD 64
      4
    • Notebook Intel
      7
    • Desktop AMD
      3
    • Desktop AMD 64
      34
    • Desktop Intel
      16
    • Sun SPARC
      0
    • Don't know
      4
    • Anything Else
      5


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What do you want to buy next? Are you tired of Viruses and Spywares? Want you move to AMD 64 and use NX? Or do you want to go for an Apple?

I for myself want to have a Powerbook for daily usage and a AMD 64 Desktop for gaming and experimental work.

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I m thinking of getting an Imate PDA2.Which will be good for my mobile use.

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my next pc will be mainly just an upgrade of components.

maybe a new cpu+mobo and a graphic card; if this was the case i would go for the latest amd64.

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AMD 64 Desktop would certainly be one of the best choice. :D

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I want a AMD 64 :)

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I've got a Centrino Laptop that will do me well for work purposes for the next few years.

My desktop is an old Athlon T-bird though... I'm probably gonna buy an Athlon64 as a main replacement and make the old comp a proper server.

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Just built my "next" PC...

Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe Mobo

AMD Athlon 64 3500+

Kingston Dual Channel DDR400 1024MB

Two Maxtor 250GB HDs in RAID 0

16x Dual layer DVD burner

SoundBlaster Audigy 2 ZS Gamer Edition

Two evga GeForce 6800 GTs

Hauppauge WinTV PVR250

And yes, a floppy drive.

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:thumbup a floppy drive right on so u can install win 95 lol j/k go with amd 64 and some weed.

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For me, i don't need Floppies on my desktop, but on my notebook it's very important, bacause I get some work on floppies, but I try to replace that with USB-Sticks.

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I'm gonna wait until the new Intel Yonnah chip (when they release it) makes the jump from notebook to desktop

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I'm gonna wait until the new Intel Yonnah chip (when they release it) makes the jump from notebook to desktop

Why would you want this chip in a desktop? It's gonna be designed for mobile use with the next generation Centrino laptops. Dual-core and shared caches, all while only using ~25W = massive portable power.

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Probly gonna build a new pc when the Dual core Intels come out.

Probly keep most all my previous hardware but that and a new 6800Gt.

Not too sure yet...still waiting on the new intel deal stats to come out from work

|Drew|

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New GFX Card? I would wait, Nvidia and ATI made their promises at the Computex. Perhaps in July we have new series and you 6800GT is way cheaper.

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