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Thread: Itanium 2: The Processing Future?




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    Could be a possibility. :D


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    Ya read that about 2 weeks ago, was very interesting :) Makes ya stop 'n think about the future :D
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    Actually no, basically since I'm not in the target market. I think more about 64-bit computing when we start seeing more about 64-bit desktop computing.

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    how do you do that?


    anyways that sure is a small processor! :wow: :wow:
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