64 bit goodies

By on January 10, 2004, 10:55 AM
Windows Server 2003 BETA in 64-bit form that will work on the Opteron is now available in a 360-day [URL=http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/64bit/extended/trial/default.mspx]trial[/URL] form free of charge.

If you want to learn how to mount that 64-bit CPU [URL=http://www.modsynergy.com/Article%207.htm]Modsynergy[/URL] comes to the rescue.

And Anandtech was in Taiwan doing some spy-work taking [URL=http://www.anandtech.com/cpu/showdoc.html?i=1943]pictures[/URL] of a Intel Tejas Socket 775 CPU.

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Didou said:
There's also a 64bit version of [url=http://www.mozilla.org]Mozilla Firebird[/url] & [url=http://www.apache.org/]Apache web server[/url].Apparently the e-machines with Athlon64 CPUs have been selling better then anticipated ( & that was even before the release of the cheap Athlon64 3000+ ). I hope that will convince developpers to put out 64-bit software faster.
Federelli said:
And don't forget Ut2003's 64bit version as well
somekid007 said:
No! No! No! Developers should NOT put out 64-bit software faster because that would mean my (alomst) new comp will be obselete and i will have to shell out $$$ just so i can run the new software. sometimes i think the advances of mankind goes too fast
Masque said:
[quote][i]Originally posted by Federelli [/i]And don't forget Ut2003's 64bit version as well [/quote] UT has a 64-bit version available? Had not heard that. I'm not a particular fan of it, but it might be worth looking at when my upgrade's done. :D
Didou said:
Epic has actually warned that their next project ( after UT2004 ) will [b]require[/b] a 64-bit capable system.
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