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Old September 26, 2009, 08:07 PM
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Yeah I wouldn't suggest buying a 32bit OS at this point, unless your CPU doesn't support 64bit.

64bit is quickly becoming the standard now. Most OEMs are already using x64 Vista, and I'm sure they'll carry over into Windows 7.
Yeap it now seems to be the "standard" not 64 Bit also DX10 other words 32 Bit means DX9 only...?...

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