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32bit vs 64 bit what other factors you need to consider?

Discussion in 'Other SQL Server Blogs around the Web' started by Anonymous, Aug 14, 2007.

  1. Anonymous New Member

    Is 64 bit means more memory? Yes, to be precise. Microsoft has been investing heavily on X64 bit and within couple of years there will be no more development on 32-bit applications, as per the recent road map. So within 32-bit application it is one of the reason that memory has been a constraint on scaling-up server capacity. Once you consider that on a Windows system or any application, half of this is reserved for the system address space (aka PAE with /3GB switch is used in boot.ini) the remaining...(<a href="http://sqlserver-qa.net/blogs/x64/archive/2007/08/14/1412.aspx">read more</a>)<img src="http://sqlserver-qa.net/aggbug.aspx?PostID=1412" width="1" height="1">

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