about IA64 architecture?

about IA64 architecture?

Hi,

I have Intel Pentium Dual-Core CPU, and when I lunched the Intel Processor Identification Utility I got "Intel(R) 64 Architecture: Yes",

here is the screenshot:

<a href="http://picsee.net" target="_blank"><img src="http://picsee.net/upload/2014-01-12/04b79f4a05e1.png"></a>

really this appears strange to me, since the CPU is an Intel Pentium that is not Itanium,

so is that true that my cpu has IA64 architecture or no? thanks.

 

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The T4400 is 64-bit "Intel(R) 64" not IA64.

IA64 is Itanium (RISC), "Intel(R) 64" is the 64-bit extension of the IA32 (CIS).

I think the 45nm core (you have two) designates the "Pentium" core.

Jim Dempsey

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jimdempseyatthecove wrote:

The T4400 is 64-bit "Intel(R) 64" not IA64.

IA64 is Itanium (RISC), "Intel(R) 64" is the 64-bit extension of the IA32 (CIS).

I think the 45nm core (you have two) designates the "Pentium" core.

Jim Dempsey

I understand now, thanks.

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