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jonfitt

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A member registered Nov 12, 2016

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Sorry but I don't understand this comment. 32-bit systems are becoming obsolete for graphically advanced games. There is no working around it.

Time to upgrade. I've no idea how one could even be running a 32-bit OS? Win XP had a 64-bit edition and the main branches of Vista, 7, 8, and 10 are the 64-bit versions.

The specs are: 64-bit required. 32-bit is finally dying, I would expect to see more and more games that won't run on 32-bit.

32-bit restricts you to slightly less than 4GB of total addressable memory. That includes system RAM, graphics card memory, and a few other bits and bobs added together. My modest graphics card has 3GB of RAM... use all of that and there's not much left for anything else