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Re: Desktop Computer
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i understand that, i mean can i re-use the window vista license key on other laptop or desktop?
how do i see whether my laptop is x64 or x84?

Posted on: 2010/7/28 23:41
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Yes, if you bought the retail version of it.

If you use the software that comes with your PC/Laptop, it may or may not work.

Best is to buy the retail version.

Look for x64 version if you can since everybody is going there.

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Not sure for Vista but the retail version for Windows 7 come with x86 and x64 disc.

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If we buy W7 x64, we have to get get PC or laptop with x64 right? Can the W7 x64 be used on x32?

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The x64 is only good for those that want to break the 4 GB memory barrier.

I fogot if you need a x64 processor.

Not many software are in x64 yet. I have to use Office 2010 in x32 cause my Window Mobile phone cannot sync at x64. This is one example.

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Re: Desktop Computer
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OS Name Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic
Version 6.0.6002 Service Pack 2 Build 6002
System Type X86-based PC
Processor Intel(R) Core (TM) 2 Duo CPU T6400
@ 2.00 GHz, 2000 Mhz, 2 core(s), 2 Log…


Erm, does that means mine is X86?
So i've to buy W.7 X86?
Does that mean that X86 is better than X64?
I'm kinda noob to these things.




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This is your processor right: http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=40479

It says it can run x64 instruction.

If less than 3.5 GB of memory, then just use x86.

When you buy a retail version of W7, you should get two DVD. If not, you can always download the x64, then use the key provided on your purchase.

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How much would it cost to build a desktop pc with

Asus P7P55D and Pentium i5 ?
and other stuff that makes it complete desktop.

don't need LCD other peripherals.


Posted on: 2010/7/30 12:57
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On a budget side should be around RM2,300 to RM2,500 without graphic/sound card/operating system. Mine using Gigabyte P55A-UD3P and Pentium i5-750 alone cost RM1,300.

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can't even find Asus motherboards at onetj.

mostly selling Gigabyte, Intel and ECM or something. Ish!

woo dpmy, great deal u had there.

Gigabyte good motherboard?

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