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Old 9th July 2008
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Default Favorite x86 CPU manufacturer for...

Hello,

I was going to create a poll for this, but then I thought - hey! a favorite or recommended CPU manufacturer may vary widely depending on the intended application. So, instead of me creating countless permutations and combinations, I'll just list some options and let it go from there.

For the CPU manufacturer itself - I am only aware of three companies that currently make x86 CPUs - Intel, AMD, and VIA.

Which do you like for the following applications:

desktop
workstation
server
laptop
gaming
multimedia intensive applications
embedded
...the choices are endless, feel free to add them


Feel free to add more choices, combinations, commentaries, etc., etc. And if you are adamant about some other architecture for a particular application, don't feel shy about expressing that.
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