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Windows 7 Thread, W7 64 v 32 bit in Technical; Dust off the first generation Pentiums guys, lets rock Duke3d! Now how do get IPX/SPX multiplayer to work, VPN maybe?...
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    Dust off the first generation Pentiums guys, lets rock Duke3d! Now how do get IPX/SPX multiplayer to work, VPN maybe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke5A View Post
    Dust off the first generation Pentiums guys, lets rock Duke3d! Now how do get IPX/SPX multiplayer to work, VPN maybe?
    Better buy 3 or 4 Nvidia Titan graphics cards and SLI them !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by synaesthesia View Post
    There's no debate these days, putting 32bit on anything unless you have to is utterly pointless

    Quake 2 was far better though! No version of Unreal ever felt like you were actually walking/running across a surface, just sort of "gliding". Never felt quite right!
    I loved the music from quake 2 although like a lot of older games now the graphics look rubbish now which is why im not sure about playing goldeneye or zelda on the N64 now

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    I'm totally playing original UT when I get home now. Thanks guys!

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    The RAM maximum of 4Gb for 32 bit means we work with 64 bit here so that if we ever want to expand systems there will be no crying into teacups!

    Plus it means we can remove some of the legacy software that creates similair tears for all technicians everywhere im sure.

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    At this point why bother with 7 if you aren't already there, 9 is out shortly and you'll just be two versions behind again so my answer is 64bit W9

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    Hah congrats. I prefer 64bit also.

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