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nVidia killing support for 32-bit operating systems


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Puddingsbane

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It's hard to imagine gaming on a PC without 64-bit OS. Today's games require minimum RAM requirements that are surpassing the amount of memory 32-bit systems can detect, but technically you can still pair new GPU's with a 32-bit OS without any serious bottlenecks. However in the case of nVidia cards that is not possible anymore. By the end of this year nVidia is killing the support for 32-bit systems, in other words if you own a 32-bit win 7/8/10 (or Linux) you won't be getting new driver updates for your GPU. The cards will work with the current version of nVidia drivers (390) but if by the 2019 they spot some bugs with the drivers they will release fixes for it.



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