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Windows 64 bit or 32?

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I'm sitting here looking at two CD's. One for windows 32 bit and one for windows 64 bit (In college for 15 bucks you get both!! I love it)

The question as above is wether i should go ahead and use t he 64 bit versions or 32 bit. I know my graphics cards have the drivers out, But will I have a big problem running Oblivion or BF2??
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Try them both . I remember reading 64bit was just as good for gaming, possibly even slightly better (but that was a tiny margin). Ill have a hunt for where I saw it
    
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Well ther both pretty good But Compatibility Wise XP32 is far Superioir mate. Gaming Wise 64 and 32 bit are pretty much the same mate you wont see much advantage running a game in 64 bit.
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