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AMD processors can run both 32-bit and 64-bit applications on a PC. The idea is to give users excellent 32-bit performance right away, and allow them to migrate to 64-bit applications when they are ready. AMD offers the ability to address larger amounts of memory and improve overall application performance will win over customers.AMD processor gives better performance over other processors, particularly, while playing games, working with video editing softwares and multimedia applications which require large amount of data at a time. AMD processors are often significantly less expensive than Intel and other existing processors.

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