On Wed, 7 Jul 2004, Conor Wynne wrote:
>> err.. that should be AMD-64 of course. There's no such thing as
>> IA-64 (of any relevance at least).
> IA64 being Itanium,
Does my underlining make things clearer? ;)
Also, you've forgotten IA-32e, which is what intel call their
knock-off of AMD-64.
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