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Old 2nd April 2005, 03:51   #1
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Get ready everyone, home computers are about to set new LAN speed records! The Intel 64-bit microchip will soon be powering the new line of Pentium 4 computers. This long awaited sizzling fast release will be heading to store shelves across America just in time for the new blazing fast Windows 64-bit operating system. You'll get the 64-bit Pentium microchip, the 64-bit operating system, and that's not all, if you spend all your money, you'll also get all the new 64-bit stellar fast software programs that will leave current versions coughing in the rooster tail of their 64-bit micro-dust.

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Okay Rick, if you insist.

I want the best the from the industry and don't care about how much it will cost.

I may not know how to create a nice graph from Excel, I know I have the best graphic card and holding the top rank in 3DMark.

I may not know C++ or Java, or Macro ****, I know I can beat you on SuperPI.

My home computer is like owning a Grand Piano which is a symbol of my wealth, most importantly it represents the "class" I belong.

If 64-bit is not good, they won't develop the chip and software to run with it. Like many "classy guys", I own 64-bit chip for over a year without the benefit from it knowing the O/S is unavailable - yet it has given me the satisifaction you will never know.

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Anyway, like Rick, I feel liking writing. I don't own 64-bit chip.
And, low class graphic cards.
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Are you talking about me, dude?

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And the Doctor answers with a "I only know one thing; you will come to me when you are in pain.".
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for some strange reason that eludes me right now, the word "hobby" comes to mind...
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The only reason why people already have a 64 bit CPU is because it is faster. Faster in 32bit emulation mode, faster in processing power, just plain faster.
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