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Old 26th December 2005, 18:09   #1
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Half-Life 2: 64-Bit - Reason to get excited?

Admittedly, this was by no means an intensive test. But these quick run-throughs can give a good idea of whether 64-Bit is anything to really get excited about yet. Sadly, I was expecting better performance in 64-Bit but was left dissapointed. I would rather play the 32-Bit version where I saw better FPS than have slightly faster load times. As mentioned in the previous section, I am looking quite forward to checking out what other people are benchmarking both of these versions at. I do not own an FX processor, but that's the CPU they are pushing in their Press Release, so is it expected that the FX may be the only CPU where a performance increase will be seen?
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