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Originally Posted by SpodeTrue, but maybe the market needs that sort of push to get people moving to 64-bit. That would be justified if 64-bit Vista worked well :D
Originally Posted by Goos1eAs far as i know... there are hardly any games out that even work on 64-bit(might be wrong and haven't heard of some tho)
Originally Posted by [USRFObiwan]We go to the moon and back, have ultraspeed quad processors, super HD 3D gaming, Flatscreen HD LCD monitors, Copper heatpippes on the motherboard, Solid state capicators, terrabyte drives, 1200Watt PSU's, Triple and quad Videocard options, multiscreen views, fast sata connectors, highspeed bluray/HD-dvd drives, 32GB memorysticks, ultrathin flashdrives, Warning led indictations all over the motherboard, Flashy lcd readout, 20 highspeed USB connectors, Linked Gigabit ethernetm external sata connectors, Bluetooth connectivity, wifi wireless connections, HD 7.1 sound with optical connectors, a keyboard with Oled or laserguided keys, weird looking mind/gesture controlable things and multitouch interfaces.
...And still they put a floppydisc connector on the motherboard...
Originally Posted by DougEdeyErm...What planet are you on? Almost all games work on 64 bit, only really old ones have some difficulties, but not a lot of people use them.
Originally Posted by DXR_13KElegoman666 there are some mobos that you don't need that....
Originally Posted by legoman666ever try to install windows XP onto a SATA RAID array?
Thats what I thought.
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