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there are many more 64bit processors other than those listed.....the easiest way of finding your processor information would, in my opinion, be by running this program....it tells you everything you need to know

(i included it as an attachment)

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In Cpuz what does it say after name? Also what does it say after specification?

Name: Intel Pentium 4 630

Specification: Intel® Pentium® 4 CPU 3.00 GHz

i googled with that processor name . COULDNT FIND WHAT I NEEDED . sites said it supports 64 bit  :idiot2:

AM I 64 BIT OR NOT? :sad:

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I do not think so ,as far as I know Intel did not make a Pentium 4 that was 64 bit. How old is the computer?

this would be Feb 2006. i actually think so too .

but answer me this . why does it show me in dxdiag and computer properties etc.

THAT MY PROCCESSOR :  Intel® Pentium® 4 CPU 3.00 GHz (2 CPUs)

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Yes it is...heres your processor...and look at its specs


Tech Spec

Core Prescott

Multi-Core Single-Core

Name Pentium 4 630

Operating Frequency 3.0GHz

FSB 800MHz

L1 Cache 12KB+16KB

L2 Cache 2MB

Manufacturing Tech 90 nm

Vista Ready Yes

64 bit Support Yes

Hyper-Threading Support Yes

Virtualization Technology Support No

Multimedia Instruction MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3

Voltage 1.25-1.388V

Cooling Device Heatsink and Fan included

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