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Windows XP Pro x64 Edition Gaming Comparison
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 5/11/2005 08:16:00 AM.

Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition is here. This new OS is a 64-bit version of Windows XP Professional.

This article is not an overview or in-depth look into WinXP Pro x64 Edition. The focus of this article is purely one of gaming curiosity.

We are going to take eight games and look at installation, compatibility, and performance comparisons. We are going to compare performance between an NVIDIA GeForce 6800 Ultra and an ATI RADEON X850 XT-PE in Windows XP Pro versus Windows XP Pro x64 Edition.

What Windows XP Pro x64 Edition is bringing to the table for the gamer is OS support for 64-bit applications and games that can take advantage of 64-bit CPUs like the AMD Athlon 64 and Intel’s EM64T technology.

Windows XP Professional x64 Edition is unique in that it will also allow 32-bit applications to run on the OS alongside 64-bit applications. This means the games and applications you use now should work with this OS. You do need 64-bit drivers for your hardware components, and it is suggested to download them before installation.

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