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Windows7 64-bit version and the CPU 32-bit

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#1 Guest_RadioNorthsea_*


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Posted 19 February 2011 - 05:21 AM


I have a question about o.s. W7 and the Cpu, my question in this is: When you want using Windows7 64-bit, is it than needed that you build in a 64-bits Cpu, or is a 32-bits Cpu more than enough in this case?

Than another question about Network: Since 17 February 2011 have I cable Internet, I was reading on the site from my Cable Provider, that when you want using a speed from 100 to 120 mbps, that it is smart, that you buy a Network card with 1 gb at speed. :blink:
I ask this, because: From my opinion is the standard Network connection card what is built-in the Mobo, more than enough for that speed.
I am curious what your opinion in this is.
In answer from your reply, stay I with the kindest regards.

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#2 ThunderZ


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Posted 19 February 2011 - 06:24 AM

To run 64 bit Windows you must have a 64 bit cpu.

What you read is true. With some shopping you can find a motherboard that has a 1 GB card built-in.

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Posted 19 February 2011 - 06:45 AM

Thank you ThunderZ for this information.
I had the meaning for this day, buying the computer components what I did last seen, but I will check that again, so that I don't buy a cat in the sack.

See you

Edited by RadioNorthsea, 19 February 2011 - 03:31 PM.

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