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Desktop Intel Pentium 4 “Prescott” Processors Can Enable 64-bit – Rumour
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 1/05/2005 03:43:00 PM.

BIOS Update Can Enable 64-bit Capability on Prescott Chips, Says Web-Site. A Taiwan based web-site reported a rumour claiming there is a possibility to enable 64-bit capability on Intel’s latest Pentium 4 microprocessors in LGA775 form-factor using a mainboard BIOS update. While the information may be correct, it is currently highly-unlikely that such operation will becomes popular.

“Lately there have been some rumours about some special BIOS that can ‘turn on’ the 64-bit [capability] on the [Intel Pentium 4] “Prescott” processors. I have made some enquiries and it seems that there are works in progress [that] are still in ‘alpha’ stage,” a claim over the web-site OC WorkBench states.

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