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    Windows x64

    Noen som har erfaring med bruk av Windows x64 (64 bits versjon av WinXP) i en HTPC? Regner med at Reclock ikke støtter dette (da dette gjør ganske dype endringer i oppsettet), men hva med Zoomplayer, dscaler, ffdshow, nVidia purevideo, windvd, winamp og alle andre htpc programmene?

    Husker jeg så et eksempel på programmet AutoCad som startet opp 20 prosent raskere i x64 kontra WinXP, uten at noe i programmet var portet til x64. Ville vært morsomt om noen hadde noen tall fra ffdshow og dscaler, som jo er kjent for å bruke en del ressurser.

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    Har ikke sett OS'et i aksjon. Men leste med interesse hos toms hardware: http://www.tomshardware.com/howto/20050823/index.html

    Den sier _noe_ om ytelse og konkluderte med:

    Analysis

    After collecting all the benchmark results in both the 32 bit and 64 bit Windows environments, here is what we found:

    The 64 bit version of Windows looks and feels pretty much like the popular 32 bit versions.

    Windows XP Professional x64 Edition provides performance comparable to Windows XP 32 bit when running 32 bit applications.

    Some programs run slightly faster, others slightly slower. At the end of the day, the difference is not noticeable.

    The perceived differences between the 32 bit and 64 bit versions are the same whether you run a single or a dual core processor.


    Given that there is no difference in performance when running 32 bit applications, it does not make sense to upgrade to Windows XP Professional x64 Edition when running them; you might be upgrading just for the sake of being an early adopter. The general conclusion here is that Microsoft's WOW64 (Windows on Windows 64) translation layer works well and allows the execution of 32 bit software in Windows X64 without any noticeable difference. This reminds us of the transition from Windows for Workgroups 3.11 to Windows 95: as long as enough RAM was installed, performance was not an issue.

    We will spend more time in the coming months evaluating 64 bit applications and possible performance gains, and reporting to you our results.

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