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First of all, the physical memory chips are no different between a 32 and 64 bit computer. The article talks about how the processor can reference (or address) the memory. In all modern architectures memory is byte-addressable, which means that every byte-sized memory cell has a number (its address), which the CPU uses to identify that cell. A simple 32 ...


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