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Deimos

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#21 15 years ago

Ohh, lol, im a moron... that is a good point n0e. Hmm, I need to start reading about this stuff more often.... AMD was the one late? Thats pretty interesting. Sorry, I don't know much about computers, but I love to learn about them. So thanks for the information!




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#22 15 years ago
n0eYes, I know about linux-64. :P but think about what I said here and you'll understand that I'm still correct. ;)

So I'm no one then? :(




Jeff Super Administrator

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#23 15 years ago

you're my playtoy, always have been, always will be.


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#24 15 years ago
Smitty025better late than never

Yea... that's what alot of women say :naughty:




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#25 15 years ago
Solid SnakeOhh, lol, im a moron... that is a good point n0e. Hmm, I need to start reading about this stuff more often.... AMD was the one late?

Well, yes and no. As I stated earlier, AMD's 64-bit processors use the x86 architecture, the same one that's in use by all of todays current processors. Intel's Itanium, in contrast, uses a completely different architecture, which made it virtually impossible for it to get into use anywhere beyond the high-end server market. This has given AMD a slight edge, because it's 64-bit processors have been available to desktop users for a while now. However, since the market for 64-bit systems is still so small right now (limited mainly to Über geeks :D) such an edge may prove to be irrelivent. And n0e, I thought XP64 was already available? [edit]Oh, and don't feel like a moron. The only reason I know this stuff is because I came across it at CNET and Tom's Hardware while doing research for class. If n0e is making you feel stupid, a swift kick to the groin should lighten his attitude. ;)[/edit]




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#26 15 years ago
XenomorphAnd n0e, I thought XP64 was already available?

It's hard for me to tell now-a-days, with my msdn subscription, I get to download everything earlier than most anyway. I could download the 64 bit versions of XP and win2k3 months before they were retail.


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#27 15 years ago

i tried the demo of xp64, but it didn't work too well being that manufacturers will not release their 64 bit drivers until the final release is available to the public.




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#28 15 years ago

*moved*

geeks




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#29 15 years ago
'Dreadnought[DK']geeks

y thank you sir :cool:




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#30 15 years ago

Nice meatier CPU's :)