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Of course by now Intel owns pretty much every other CPU manufacturer out there except AMD and Power PC. 01-11-2004,12:08 AM #4 demoninside View Profile View Forum Posts In The Zone Oct 15, 2007 Athlon FX to replace Duron? Think of 64bit as a "nice if you can get it" When you buy a processor, check the reviews and get the one with the fasted performance in the area you I'm about to buy a computer myself as well, so it's nice for me as well .The Wait Is OverDoJo Clan Site THE_champion95 Mortal posted 29 March 2004 10:16 AM EDT his comment is here

Rocket Raccoon #2We Swear Curse Words is Other Worldy More Ikea's City Bike Hits U.S. The FX comes out faster than the A64,usually by 200mhz, and on socket 939, the FX will have more cache. Any body else who knows this stuff wanna back me up or contradict me? too bad, 64 is pretty much non existant in the windows world!!!!! - by intel athlon 64 correction (10:49pm est thu mar 18 2004)64 as in 64 bit - by intel http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/athlon-fx-53-this-year.8672/

Some motherboards use SDRAM, others RDRAM and others DDR. Higher rated(3400+ for example) models come with more cache than lower rated models(2800+). jmke WebNews 0 4th March 2004 11:01 Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not

Now this might be totally useless for now, but hopefully in the future when windows 64bit come out(they are still on beta) and applications using 64bit come out, athlon 64bit will None support it properly yet but I have heard "Far Cry" does use some 64bit features. so what matters first is the optimizations and technology then the Clock Speed. AMD innovations are always almost all in house while Intel gets it buying it from others.

cleaner architecture (10:40pm est wed jul 14 2004)concerning the x86 historical baggage:

amd has built 3 different cpu modes into their 64-bit processors: 1) pure 32-bit mode (e.g. To get 64bit to be worth it you need an OS and a game that supports it. PCMag Digital Group Privacy Policy Terms of Use About Contact Archives Glossary Advertise PCMag.com Extreme Tech Computer Shopper IGN Toolbox Accessibility Statement unused It appears you have not yet registered check my site Although you could be lucky and find some on some online shops.

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Login now. http://www.roosterteeth.com/forum/technical/topic/1468528 ps: much of the code-space ineffiency of vliw can be mitigated by forcing all 'indirect' lookups to be via register-indirect operations. the depth of pipeline, its width, memory bottlenecks, die size and many other instructions like 3dnow!, powernow!, HyperThreading. As you might have noticed by now, I'm former Yohan Hoogland.

Forget 32/64 bit and concentrate on the benchmarks for the processors you CAN afford. this content If it's a small stretch for the 64bit chip I would suggest going for it if there is no performance drop running 32bit legacy-ImJacksAmygdala06-23-2004, 01:08 PMGo AMD for what he just AMD has proven the clockspeed, no longer means you have fastest processor. First of all AMD Athlon64 CPU's are capable of 64bit, not just 32 bit processors.

Am I understand this correctly? legacy-thekaLi06-22-2004, 04:14 PMOriginally posted by SwellFello If some1 wanted to upgrade a pc in the next 6 months or so, would y'all recommend a 64-bit cpu over a 32-bit one? and 128bit is a long way off. weblink far greater than an equivalent amd 64 pc i bet… never mind the software (what software?

The only difference will be the multiplier lock. solved What would be the better upgrade between my gpu and cpu/mobo combo? Why the hell is the N64 called the N64?

I would agree with that!

Get the answer HardWareBossMay 12, 2004, 11:47 PM Are you going to OC your Cpu? They are far better than the P4. because the data registers are longer. Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise International Editions: US / UK India Follow Geek Tech Movies Games Television Comics Culture Deals People Post About Their Dogs a Lot on

We might need a mobo model though. hmmm? But mind it in Multiprocessor boards Intel will perform higher than AMD if ATHLON 64or 64 FX is used but Opteron will get ahead intel once again Q : What\'s Flash http://quodsoftware.com/athlon-64/pentium-4-vs-amd-athlon-64-x2.html boy would that save a lot of programmer / compiler overhead. [and time] - by goatguy vliw is very good (3:43am est sun mar 21 2004)i am going to have to

You might mean something different, if so, please say. now with a 64 bit cpu the data registers hold this much 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 (hexadecimal)FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF 9223372036854775808 so Did any one notice than Microsoft waited to announce 64-bit XP until after Intel announced they were readying a 64-bit/32-bit product like AMD's? Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums Community General Discussion Today's Posts Athlon FX-53 thisyear ByJulio Franco Nov 4, 2003 AMD will hit back against yesterday's release of the Intel Pentium 4 Extreme

I'm wanting to start a new build using the A64 but will wait for the duel channel. A Power Mac Processor clocked at half the clock speed can beat a P4 Flat in any graphics processing task. It says ''up to 256 MB'', I already have 256MB in the comp, can I still buy more? It's lame to quote

but, this whole thing with x86, it's supposedly this horrible horrible chip design that makes very little sense and yet it's pulling out victories all over the place against much more solved What dual core CPU/mobo combo uses the CPU integrated graphics What Mobo/CPU/RAM combo should I buy? I had not even overclocked the processor. No mods ToolPackinMa #489028 - 11 years ago In reply to troyBORG, #1:NO WAY!

So as long as they have the same rated timings and speed, they will perform the same. How About This Combo? (Mobo+CPU+GPU+RAM) More resources See also Question about O'cing with this CPU/Mobo combo... Also, I think Epic is gonna be releasing 64-bit versions of its future Unreal games... You must be logged in to post messages.Please login or registerHalls of Valhalla (Community Forum)Moderated by Yeebaagooon, That AoM Guy loginhomeregisterhelprules Hop to: Main PageForum AnnouncementsForum Rules & Guide..Moderation AnnouncementsAge

legacy-SwellFello06-22-2004, 02:40 PMyes, Intel has a 64-bit cpu, the Itanium, which is essentially a "database/server" cpu...it is not 32-bit compatible Intel has no 32/64 bit compatible chip on the consumer desktop http://swatrant.blogspot.com/ 09-11-2004,11:35 AM #6 imgame View Profile View Forum Posts Apprentice Join Date Sep 2004 Posts 92 Post Thanks / Like Likes (Given) 0 Likes (Received) 0 Dislikes (Given) 0 Dislikes