I know it's an old topic but can we get a 64bit app with the new release?
Posted 31 August 2018 - 07:47 AM
Posted 11 September 2018 - 10:49 AM
I also vote for a 64Bit Version, as the rooms created by the users get larger and more complex from month to month, and the fluctuation of people coming and going increases heavily. When a longer period in such a room, the amount of memory used by the game reaches 3GB, which is the limit for 32Bit aplications; above this limit you get strange effects and crash.
YES to 64Bit
Posted 12 September 2018 - 11:44 AM
The improvement of performance with the 64bits unofficial patch is really good.
Posted 12 September 2018 - 02:54 PM
your confusing what they are asking for. the game isnt made at 64 bits so it can only use so much of your ram.......
A big difference between 32-bit processors and 64-bit processors is the number of calculations per second they can perform, which affects the speed at which they can complete tasks. 64-bit processors can come in dual core, quad core, six core, and eight core versions for home computing. Multiple cores allow for an increased number of calculations per second that can be performed, which can increase the processing power and help make a computer run faster. Software programs that require many calculations to function smoothly can operate faster and more efficiently on the multi-core 64-bit processors, for the most part.
Another big difference between 32-bit processors and 64-bit processors is the maximum amount of memory (RAM) that is supported. 32-bit computers support a maximum of 3-4GB of memory, whereas a 64-bit computer can support memory amounts over 4 GB. This feature is important for software programs used in graphic design, engineering, and video editing as these programs have to perform many calculations to render their images.
To be entirely accurate, the processor and the OS are in the matter. 32-bits Intel processor have a mode, called PAE, that enables them to address 64Gb of RAM. Some OSes can use that mode, some others (including Windows) can't.
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