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11-09-2011 @ 9:25AM
The only flaw in your argument - If Blizzard writes the code to work on a 64-bit machine (and thus, eliminating the need for the squish), anyone who isn't running a 64-bit machine is going to have to buy a new machine (or, at the very least, a new processor).I run a 64-bit, but if things are given to my processor in 32-bit format, my computer takes it, computes it, and moves on. If I were on a 32-bit machine and someone gave me a 64-bit integer, my machine would weep in a corner as it realizes, it's not the best anymore.
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