• x86-64 - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X86-64 x86-64 (also known as x64, x86_64, AMD64 and Intel 64) is the 64-bit version of the x86 instruction set. It introduces two new modes of operation, 64-bit mode and compatibility mode, along with a new 4-level paging mode.
  • X86-64 | Microsoft Wiki | Fandom

    microsoft.fandom.com/wiki/X86-64 X86-64. x86-64 is an extension of the x86 instruction set. It supports vastly larger virtual and physical address spaces than are possible on x86, thereby allowing programmers to conveniently work with much larger data sets. x86-64 also provides 64-bit general purpose registers and numerous other enhancements.
  • What is x86-64? - Definition from WhatIs.com

    whatis.techtarget.com/definition/x86-64 x86-64 is a 64-bit processing technology developed by AMD that debuted with the Opteron and Athlon 64 processor. x86-64 is also known as x64 and AMD64. x86-64 enables 64-bit processing advantages such as increased memory space (up to 256TB) and processing more data per clock cycle.
  • CS107 Guide to x86-64 - Stanford University

    web.stanford.edu/class/cs107/guide/x86-64.html x86-64 (also known as just x64 and/or AMD64) is the 64-bit version of the x86/IA32 instruction set. Below is our overview of its features that are relevant to CS107. There is more extensive coverage on these topics in Chapter 3 of the B&O textbook. See also our x86-64 sheet for a compact reference.
  • X64 - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/X86-64 x86-64 is the general name of a series of 64-bit processors and their associated instruction set architecture. These processors are compatible with legacy x86 software. AMD and Intel are the major manufacturers, and VIA also supported it with VIA Nano processors. They call their own 64-bit processors AMD64, Intel64 and VIA x86-64 processors, respectively.
  • What is the difference between x64 and x86-64? - Quora

    www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-x64-and-x86-64 X86–64 (AKA AMD64, since it was developed by AMD; or just x64, since x86–64 is a bit of a mouthful) is simply an extension of the original 32-bit x86 CPU architecture.
  • x86 - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X86 Linux distributions refer to it either as "x86-64", its variant "x86_64", or "amd64". BSD systems use "amd64" while macOS uses "x86_64". Long mode is mostly an extension of the 32-bit instruction set, but unlike the 16–to–32-bit transition, many instructions were dropped in the 64-bit mode.
  • 64 bit - is x86_64 a x86 or x64? - Ask Ubuntu

    askubuntu.com/questions/201412/is-x86-64-a-x86-or-x64 It is a 64bit system. Using the designation x86 only for 32bit architectures is not quite correct. There are x86 processors with 64bit architecture. More precisely there are two different architectures designated as x64: the Intel x86 with 64bit and the AMD64.
  • GitHub - rust-osdev/x86_64: Library to program x86_64 ...

    github.com/rust-osdev/x86_64 x86_64 library. Support for x86_64 specific instructions (e.g. TLB flush), registers (e.g. control registers), and structures (e.g. page tables). Crate Feature Flags. nightly: This is the default. stable: Use this to build with non-nightly rust. Needs default-features = false. Building with stable rust
  • What is the difference between i686 and x86_64? - Super User

    superuser.com/questions/.../what-is-the-difference-between-i686-and-x86-64 i686 is the 32-bit version, and x86_64 is the 64-bit version of the OS. The 64-bit version will scale with memory better, particularly for workloads like large databases which need to use lots of ram in the same process. Do not consider running a (significant) database server on a 32-bit machine.