Win7 Tags: New Build Windows XP RAM AMD HD Windows Vista Systems Last response: January 15, 2010 11:47 AM in Systems Share dodger_34 January 15, 2010 11:41:38 AM i have amd 6000 64 bit,8800gtx,2 gb ram,24ogb hd is it better to go 32/64 bit on xp,vista,7 More about : win7 MadAdmiral January 15, 2010 11:47:20 AM Do you want to add more RAM? Then 64-bit is the way to go. If you're going to stay at 2 GB, 32-bit would be better. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWin7 + AMD 970 = HDD's lost after sleep Forum Solvedgaming: win8.1 or win7 Forum SolvedCan I boot and run my Win7 OS drive from an external HDD? Forum SolvedTwo missing HDD in Win7 64bit Forum SolvedFormatted my hard drive, now I have to reinstall Win7 pro Forum SolvedDual Boot Win7 and Win8 Forum SolvedWin7 Home Premium no longer entering sleep mode Forum SolvedGA-970A-UD3P gets "No Signal" for initial win7 install from USB Forum SolvedUpgrading from win7 to win 8.1 Forum SolvedNeed help installing Win7 to my slave HDD Forum SolvedGraphics card memory changed after upgrading to 64 bit Win7 Forum SolvedBlue screen full of bla bla caused an unexpected shut down win7 Forum SolvedWin7 not booting past 'Starting Windows' screen Forum SolvedWin7 won't install from USB to drive Forum SolvedRun Applications installed on "D" with new Win7 on "C"? Forum SolvedWin7 won't see data hd, Bios can sort of, No recovery or management can.30 years of photos Forum SolvedNew PC Build. Z87-pro. Win7 Error: No device drivers were found. Forum SolvedNeed to get six monitors running in Win7. Best options? Forum SolvedI am using win7 32bit i want to install win8.1 64bit to my pc when i run the setup it shows some error saying that my pc versi Forum SolvedGTX 770 replacement; win7 doesn't boot Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !