The "Processor Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T7500" is 64 bit processor ?

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  1. lse123

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    The "Processor Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T7500" is 64 bit processor ?
    what is the cheapest intel 64bit processor for Windows ?
     
  2. Dave

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    Yes it is 64-bit, and pretty cheap for a processor of that spec. I couldn't comment on which was the cheapest.

    Dave
     
  3. beenthere

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    Have you tried Intel yet? There are 4,900,000 hits on "intel t7500" with Google.
     
  4. lse123

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    when about 32bit processors will stop production ?
    What is speed of this processor ?
     
  5. Dave

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    Not for a long time, if ever. The development cycles for the next generations of the main OSes will all support 32-bit, and some OSes are still not complete 64-bit OSes and require significant development to make them fully 64-bit.

    The T7500 clocks at 2.2GHz.

    Dave
     
  6. lse123

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    Pentium M 1.80GHz what is 32 or 64bit ?
     
  7. Dave

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    32-bit. The Pentium M is an old processor.

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  8. cumesoftware

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    I think that they will eventually disappear, but in a progressive manner. That eventually happens with all proprietary technology...that is, disappearing without a trace, even if progressively.
     
  9. HarveyH42

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    I got a hunch the 32 bit processors will be around just as long as they are producing the Pentium series. For most applications, 32 bits is a little overkill anyway, so they'll still be strong sellers for many years. Memory and mass storage are still the two main limiting factors in system speed.
     
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