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Old 09-27-2005, 09:57 PM   #1
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Is vist 64-bit OS only?

It's also poste din the OS section, but it's kinda ignored there
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yeah, it's going to be a 64 bit os
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No 32-bit support?!?
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I don't think so...it's going to be an all 64 bit os
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And to say that my comps are all 32-bits

Ah well, Linux distros it will be
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who knows...you might have 64 bit pc's in a year when vista comes out.
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who knows...you might have 64 bit pc's in a year when vista comes out.
Actually, I'll have 3 of them

O...I might have 3 128-bit computer if they announce it. I know I passed a link that AMD is working on it...They are just working on it
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Actually, I'll have 3 of them

O...I might have 3 128-bit computer if they announce it. I know I passed a link that AMD is working on it...They are just working on it
niiice..........then you'll be able to use vista with no problems...lol
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It's sad to think that civiallians always get the older technology. Military computers had 128 bit LONG time ago dude. Man why can't people pick up the pace. But I'll you fellows know, that once 256-bit computers come out. I'm the first to buy one...
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On the contrary, I hear there is a 32-bit and 64-bit version of Vista.
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