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    hi

    I'm thinking to go for

    http://hosting-ie.com/content/view/15/48/
    Dedicated Rabtor Pro Lin 888 Renovacio 1

    but wondering how torrent will works with windows 64 bit and Quad CPU ?

    any advices?

    cheers

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    WAt do u mean how will the torrents work it?
    Do you think they will behave differently on 64bit machines quad core machine? No they wont

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    Like apextwin146 said...
    It wont make a difference! Im running a Q9300 and Vista 64bit SP1 on my home PC and torrents are the exact same...

    There isnt any reason as to why torrents will work different, uTorrent and im sure most other torrent clients all support 64bit

    no drivers really needed, soo Windows will just emulate it and run it as a 32bit application

    Not one person notices as our world becomes dislocated...

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    but wats the point of choosing the 64bit Windows option? Just so u can incorporate the 8gb RAM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by apextwin146 View Post
    but wats the point of choosing the 64bit Windows option? Just so u can incorporate the 8gb RAM?
    Win 2003 Ent 32bit supports up to 64MB AFAIK

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleBob View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by apextwin146 View Post
    but wats the point of choosing the 64bit Windows option? Just so u can incorporate the 8gb RAM?
    Win 2003 Ent 32bit supports up to 64MB AFAIK
    64 MB of wat?

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    Windows Standard 2003 32bit can see up to 4 GB of RAM
    Windows Standard 2003 64bit can see up to 16GB of RAm

    both of them are included for free in that package

    And server comes with 8GB installed RAM

    so if I go for 32bit I will waist 4GB of RAM

    So obviously I wanna have all 8 GB with 64bit version which comes for free

    Plus 64Versions performance is up to 50-60% higher than 32bit's performance
    Last edited by SeedBoxer; 12-03-2008 at 05:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apextwin146 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by UncleBob View Post
    Win 2003 Ent 32bit supports up to 64MB AFAIK
    64 MB of wat?


    I meant 64Gb...

    Windows 2003 Server Enterprise 32bit uses PAE feature to access memory over 4Gb

    More infor here: http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/system...AE/PAEdrv.mspx

    PS. Hmmm, looks like I didn't notice that OS is not coming for free on hosting-ie dedicated...
    Last edited by UncleBob; 12-03-2008 at 11:19 PM.

  9. BitTorrent   -   #9
    Windows Server 2000 Web edition comes for Free (No conditions) for all servers
    top exclusive in my opinion, keeping in mind that monthly fee is very low comparing to hardware and connection they offer.


    Windows Standard 2003 32bit
    Windows Standard 2003 64bit

    is free for all Renovacio Servers (No conditions) which is great deal too i think

  10. BitTorrent   -   #10
    some times some modules just refuse to work on 64bit machines
    I have experience with AMD machines but not on intel ones yet
    It seems mostly all is compiled on ntel machines and obviously inlet is the best environment to test all

    P.S.
    that packages looks and feels good
    Last edited by TechnoMan80; 12-07-2008 at 01:57 PM.

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