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# 19325 12-Feb-2008 21:28
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Ok, looking into the Details of Windows Experience Index, I just saw something strange,

System  
  Manufacturer Dell Inc.
  Model MM061
  Total amount of system memory 2.00 GB RAM
  System type 32-bit operating system
  Number of processor cores 2
  64-bit capable Yes

What does 64-bit capable means? My processor is Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU T5300 @ 1.73GHz

Is that mean that my processor is 64 bit ?? Sealed




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  # 110214 12-Feb-2008 21:33
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And what does CPU-Z tell you?



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  # 110216 12-Feb-2008 21:39
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rscole86: And what does CPU-Z tell you?


I really dont know...here is the screenshot





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  # 110219 12-Feb-2008 21:45
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EM64T - it is a 64bit chip :)

I am not exactly sure on this, and some ready is required... but it looks like all Merom chipsets onwards, looking only at Core 2 Mobiles are 64 capable.



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# 110222 12-Feb-2008 21:49
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rscole86: EM64T - it is a 64bit chip :)

I am not exactly sure on this, and some ready is required... but it looks like all Merom chipsets onwards, looking only at Core 2 Mobiles are 64 capable.


What the.....!!!!!

Dell never advertised as 64 bit when I bought and till today I didnt knew this is 64 bit!!!! Foot in mouth




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  # 110227 12-Feb-2008 21:57
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You seem disappointed!

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  # 110234 12-Feb-2008 22:01
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All Core2Duo processors are 64bit.

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  # 110238 12-Feb-2008 22:05
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scottjpalmer: All Core2Duo processors are 64bit.


There ya go then Smile and a bit of reading confirms that Tongue out

 
 
 
 


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  # 110253 12-Feb-2008 22:41
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Can someone tell me if the Intel T2450 is "Core Duo" or "Core 2 Duo"? Most info says Core Duo but one Intel webpage said Core 2 Duo?  

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  # 110256 12-Feb-2008 22:49
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Core Duo

Core 2 Duo

My conclusion = Core Duo



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  # 110257 12-Feb-2008 22:51
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scottjpalmer: All Core2Duo processors are 64bit.


ah....so all these days I didnt knew this...lol Tongue out




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  # 110258 12-Feb-2008 22:51
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rscole86: You seem disappointed!


Not disappointed, surprised Surprised




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  # 110263 12-Feb-2008 23:03
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scottjpalmer:
Core Duo

Core 2 Duo

My conclusion = Core Duo


The Core Duo's aren't 64bit IIRC. Only the Core 2 Duo's are.

According to this page: http://www.intel.com/products/processor_number/chart/core2duo.htm the T5300 is:
T530065 nm2MB L21.73 GHz533 MHz

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  # 110270 12-Feb-2008 23:11
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Hey Brad, long time no see!

Yes, I agree totally, always did, those 2 links were posted in response to the post immediately above them to help Ahmad who kinda hijacked the thread.

Cheers

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  # 110275 12-Feb-2008 23:25
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scottjpalmer: Hey Brad, long time no see!

Yes, I agree totally, always did, those 2 links were posted in response to the post immediately above them to help Ahmad who kinda hijacked the thread.

Cheers


Ah I see. My bad!!

On a side note: Bad thread hijacker.

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