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Warface. 64-bit system: frequently asked Questions

Warface. 64-bit system: questions and answers. Last month we told you about the upcoming project transition to 64-bit system. New is designed to fix the "crash" game because of the lack of RAM (now it is a 32-bit application, and therefore unable to fully utilize the resources of PC users) and give developers more opportunities to create a new Content. But that's not all the change! In parallel, developers are engaged in correcting the error, which leads to the "crash". Although the problem is quite rare, it leads to a sharp increase in the consumption of RAM, which can cause discomfort. In other words, Warface will not only better interact with the available RAM and hard disk resources, but also get rid of some technical problems. Let's move on to questions and comments. Answers to questions Kleverbot: Will the problem with memory allocation failed be fixed? 16GB Ram Yes, this is the main reason for the transition. As a 64-bit application, the game can use PC resources that are not available for the 32-bit version. But these are not all changes: In parallel the developers are engaged in correcting the error, which leads to the "crash". Although the problem is quite rare, it leads to a sharp increase in the consumption of RAM, which can cause discomfort. Intel220593: How do I know how many bits I have? Go to my computer. Right-click on the free space of the window. Select Properties. Find the string "system type". Note that this line indicates the bit capacity of your processor. We'll need it too. Alternatively, click on the "System" line in the "Control Panel". Kiyam92: I have a slot of 2 giga, only get 4 giga, this will grab for 64 bits? Yes, to install a 64-bit Windows, you have enough 2 GB of RAM. The following are the official system requirements from Microsoft. System requirements for Windows 7 applies To: Windows 7 If you want to use Windows 7 on your computer, you will need: 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor * with a clock frequency of 1 GHz or higher. 1 GB (for a 32-bit processor) or 2 GB (for a 64-bit processor) of RAM. 16 GB (for a 32-bit system) or 20 GB (for a 64-bit system) of free hard disk space. A DirectX 9 graphics device with a WDDM 1.0 driver or a later version. Additional requirements for using some features: Internet access (charges may apply). Depending on the screen resolution, additional memory and more advanced graphics hardware may be required to play the video. Some games and programs may require a video card that is compatible with DirectX 10 or later versions for optimal performance. Some features of Windows Media Center may require a TV tuner and additional hardware. Windows Touch and Tablet PC technology requires special hardware. A homegroup requires a network and computers running Windows 7 a compatible optical drive is required to burn DVD and CD-ROMs. The TPM 1.2 TPM is required for the BitLocker feature. The BitLocker to Go function requires a USB drive. For Windows mode%% amp; #160; XP requires an additional 1 GB of RAM and 15 GB of free hard disk space. Audio output is required to play music and sound. The graphics and features of the product depend on the system configuration. Some features may require additional or more advanced equipment. On computers with multicore processors: Windows 7 is designed to work with modern multicore processors. All 32-bit versions of Windows 7 support up to 32 processor cores and 64 ‑razrjadnye versions up to 256 cores. Multi-processor (CPU) computers: Commercial servers, workstations, and other high-performance computers can be equipped with multiple physical processors. Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise and ultimate support two physical processors, providing maximum performance on such computers. Windows 7 Starter, Home Basic, and home premium define only one physical processor. * Previous versions of Windows, including Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, installed on computers with new processors and chipsets from manufacturers such as Intel, AMD, NVidia, and Qualcomm, are supported with limitations. For more information, see For support lifecycle: frequently asked questions. Previous versions of Windows may not work on the device if the hardware of the device is not compatible, it does not have actual drivers, or if it has an expired OEM support.

Windows 8.1


  • Processor. 1 GHz * or higher with support for PAE, NX and SSE2
  • Ram. 1 GB (for 32-bit system) or 2 GB (for 64-bit system)
  • Hard disk space. 16 GB (for a 32-bit system) or 20 GB (for a 64-bit system)
  • Graphics card. Microsoft DirectX 9 with WDDM driver

If you're using Windows 8, you can upgrade your system to Windows 8.1 for free. Just click on the Windows store tile on the start screen. After you upgrade to Windows 8.1, you should receive the update automatically. If this does not happen, follow these steps to get it manually by using Windows update.

Additional requirements for using some features:

  • Touch input requires a tablet or monitor that supports multitouch technology.
  • To access the Windows store, as well as download, start, and attach applications, you need an active Internet connection and a screen resolution of at least 1024 x 768 pixels
  • Some features require a Microsoft account
  • Internet access is required (Internet service provider may incur charges).
  • Secure boot requires firmware that supports UEFI v 2.3.1 Errata B and has a Microsoft Windows certification Authority certificate in the UEFI signature database
  • Some games and programs may require a video card that is compatible with DirectX 10 or later versions for optimal performance.
  • DVD viewing requires separate software (read more)
  • BitLocker to Go requires a USB flash drive (Windows 8.1 professional only)
  • BitLocker requires a TPM (TPM) 1.2 or USB flash drive (Windows 8.1 Pro only)
  • The Hyper-V client requires a 64-bit system with second-level address conversion (SLAT) and an additional 2GB of RAM (Windows 8.1 professional only)
  • To watch and record TV shows in Windows Media Center you need a TV tuner (only for the Windows 8.1 Professional Upgrade program and Media Center for Windows 8.1)
  • To use the Miracast standard, you need a WDDM 1.3-enabled video adapter and a Wi-Fi Direct WiFi adapter.
  • To print using Wi-Fi Direct, you need a Wi-Fi direct WiFi adapter and a device that supports this technology.
  • Free Internet TV content depends on the geographical location. Some content types may involve additional charges (only for the Windows 8.1 Professional Upgrade program and Media Center for Windows 8.1 program)
  • To install a 64-bit operating system on a 64-bit computer, your processor must support the CMPXCHG16b, PREFETCHW, and LAHF/SAHF instructions.
  • InstantGo technology only works on computers that support connection-waiting mode.

We also recommend that you find information about updated drivers and hardware compatibility on the computer manufacturer's website.

* Previous versions of Windows, including Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, installed on computers with new processors and chipsets from manufacturers such as Intel, AMD, NVidia, and Qualcomm, are supported with limitations. For more information, see In the support life cycle article: Questions and Answers. Previous versions of Windows may not work on the device if the hardware of the device is not compatible, it does not have actual drivers, or if it has an expired OEM support.

Windows 8


  • Processor. 1 GHz * or higher with support for PAE, NX and SSE2 (more)
  • Ram. 1 GB (for 32-bit system) or 2 GB (for 64-bit system)
  • Hard disk space. 16 GB (for a 32-bit system) or 20 GB (for a 64-bit system)
  • Graphics card. Microsoft DirectX 9 with WDDM driver

Additional requirements for using some features:

  • Touch input requires a tablet or monitor that supports multitouch technology.
  • To access the Windows store, as well as download and run applications, you need an active Internet connection and a screen with at least 1024 x 768 pixels.
  • To attach applications you need a screen with a resolution of at least 1366 x 768 and Internet access (Internet service provider may incur a charge)
  • Secure boot requires firmware that supports UEFI v 2.3.1 Errata B and has a Microsoft Windows certification Authority certificate in the UEFI signature database
  • Some games and programs may require a video card that is compatible with DirectX 10 or later versions for optimal performance.
  • Some features require a Microsoft account
  • DVD viewing requires separate software (read more)
  • BitLocker to Go requires a USB flash drive (Windows 8 pro only)
  • BitLocker requires a TPM (TPM) 1.2 or USB flash drive (Windows 8 pro only)
  • The Hyper-V client requires a 64-bit system with second-level address conversion (SLAT) and an additional 2GB of RAM (Windows 8 Pro only)
  • To watch and record TV shows in Windows Media Center you need a TV tuner (only for Windows 8 Pro upgrade and Media Center for Windows 8)
  • Free Internet TV content depends on the geographical location. Some content types may include additional fees (for Windows 8 Professional and Media Center programs for Windows 8 only)

* Previous versions of Windows, including Windows 7 and Windows 8, installed on computers with new processors and chipsets from manufacturers such as Intel, AMD, NVidia, and Qualcomm, are supported with limitations. For more information, see In the support life cycle article: Questions and Answers. Previous versions of Windows may not work on the device if the hardware of the device is not compatible, it does not have actual drivers, or if it has an expired OEM support.

Windows 10 System Requirements Here's what you need to upgrade to Windows 10 on your PC or tablet. Latest OS version: Make sure you are using the latest version: Windows 7 Service Pack 1 or Windows 8.1 update. Find out what version of the OS you are using. Need the latest version? Download Windows 7 Service Pack 1 or Windows 8.1 with an update. Processor: At least 1 GHz or SoC RAM: 1 GB for a 32-bit system or 2 GB for a 64-bit system hard disk space: 16 GB for a 32-bit OS or 20 GB for a 64-bit OS video adapter: DirectX 9 or later with Driver WDDM 1.0 screen : 800 x 600 u_2a9f62a7b8: Seriously? Need a percent suitable for the beginning of all so. If your processor does not support 64-bit capacity, the new OS will not be able to work with it. Such obsolete processors were widely used in 2003, but their mass release was discontinued in 2010. Reckon with you: it's time to erase the dust from the PC and improve the components. For 8 years has been released a lot of more modern and quite inexpensive models. Dedokingi: How to switch to 64 bit system if you have 32 to reinstall Windows, you need to have an official distribution and a key to activate the product. The distribution and installation instructions may be contained on a disk or flash drive and downloaded from the official Microsoft website. The key, as a rule, you get along with the distribution and the instruction after the payment of the product. You don't have to buy a new OS: Just find the media, instructions, and key that you used earlier — modern operating systems come in two versions at once. Before reinstalling, make sure that you have a 64-bit processor and 32-bit operating system, and that all valuable files are stored in a cloud service or external media. If you have difficulties, you can use the instructions on the official Microsoft website or contact Windows Technical support. Xelvart: When switching to 64 bits All files are deleted? This depends on the installation method. When you upgrade to Windows 7, 8 and 10, you can save all old files. They are usually moved to the system drive folder named Windows. Old. If you have other local drives on which the OS is not installed, the information on them also will remain. The main thing is not to format superfluous space accidentally. Before reinstalling Windows, we recommend that you make backup of the most important files and drivers. You can use standard Windows tools as well as cloud storage or portable drives. H3ySt0ojka: You want to say that when the warface goes completely to 64 bits, then on modern machines the FPS in the game will be much more? Will the performance increase become clear only after full testing. At this point, you can say only one thing: the performance will remain at least the same level, and the crash of the client due to lack of memory should stop. stalker198999: I have both 64 and 4 gig operators but here's the FPS 40 50 because the laptop often not designed for modern games laptops have a weak video card that runs at the expense of RAM resources. Perhaps this is the reason. In addition, some laptops provide an extension of RAM: one or more unoccupied slots are available. But each case is individual. Also do not forget that any device should be cleaned: both physically (from dust), and programmatically (from superfluous processes and caches). Dynamix004: Guys, what about the cores? will still 2 work or at least 4 do? The game includes many different data streams. The distribution of these streams by processor cores is handled by the operating system. How the distribution will pass depends on many factors, including the frequency and generation of your processor, the total amount of active load, the power of other components of the PC. The system independently evaluates these factors and uses the required number of cores: two or more. The interaction between the game and the processor is a theme for a single and large material. Here we will answer briefly: Warface supports work with four cores of the processor and more. In the future, developers will continue to optimize, but the current client transition of 64 bits is not associated with this. Rhgrahgrag: How to disperse the processor on the Maximalku? We can not recommend you to disperse the processor is a risky procedure. Especially if it is not intended for this purpose (there is no unlocked multiplier). THEMORDORGX: I have x64. It's been a while. Ram-16 GB. The rest of the ' ' Systems ' ' Naineprikrasnejshie. The game was laced up three times yesterday! And the bug-report is not sent. Comp ' ' Clean ' '. This is only a problem in Varfeis. Saying who ' ' crash ' ' occurs due to lack of RAM is silly. DL, Witcher, and Minecraft with shaders think so. We are very sorry that you have read the last news attentively. The problem is not in the bitness of your OS, but in the bit of the game itself (program)-It is still 32-bit. And in this context, the amount of your RAM does not play a role. The games listed by you have long abandoned the 32-bit system and moved to a new standard, which we aspire to, and we-our news is about it. In order not to make erroneous conclusions and better understand the situation, please read the previous article carefully. 27dimarik27rus: You cannot switch to x64 on direct x9, so either direct X11 or Direct X 12 can. And we will certainly do it! Even if you have DirectX 11 or 12 installed, you don't have to worry about it. You'll be able to play Warface with no problems, because all the older versions of DirectX contain the files and libraries you need to run your apps on DirectX 9 and below. The translation of the game itself on DirectX 11 or 12 is not yet planned, but we will take into account your wish. 11GSX11: I wonder, and you figured how many people you lose? After all, not everyone will want to move to 64 bits. Figured. Fortunately, in today's world users of outdated OS are not enough. But the players who suffer because of the departures of the game-much more. And we're certainly not ready to lose them. NGKFKKBJFKGGK87: Can you find out the percentage of users of 32 bit and 64 bit systems in the game? Prior to the appearance of past news users of outdated OS in the game was about 8%. The figure seems insignificant, but given the scope of our project-it is a lot (in absolute numbers). Now the number of users of 32-bit systems continues to decrease. We hope that by the time of transition they will not be left at all. u_93a467f811: A possible warface on a Sony Plist 3 at the moment, the developers do not have such plans. Hyperko: I sometimes see acquaintances who with 12 Giami operatives sit on 32 discharge… Not everyone knows about the difference between systems of different bit sizes. We are sure that our article helped to understand this. ANIKey76: Is this something to do with the future appearance of the game's Specter-MoD and the change of Netcode? No, this is due to the correction of the "crash" and the expansion of opportunities for future developments. For example, the update will allow developers to work on larger special operations, but it is still too early to talk about it. Kleverbot: Is there a chance, when going to x 64 system, that we will be driven by special operations for 5 people??? Developers are constantly experimenting and inventing something new. It is difficult to say what a cool idea to visit them later, but such a development is not excluded. U_e51fdb6e36: Does the minimum system requirement remain? The minimum system requirements may change in the future, but this will not be due to the transition to a 64-bit system. The only change that is scheduled in the transition is to add a mandatory operating system requirement: it must be 64-bit. U_7136F75C71: And can be do support games on 32 and 64 bit OS? In this case, the 32-bit version will still slow down the development of the project, and the players continue to suffer from the "crash". Gold24rus: the main question!!! Will it be even worse in terms of performance? And then draw the beauties, the graphics "improve". What are the priorities, beauty pictures or… ? The priority of the technical team at this stage one is a stable gameplay. If developers think about improving graphics or other game parameters, it will be considered and tested separately. Diazone: I do not care, at least for 128 bits pass thanks for the trust! Pjhjndopola: question-whether it will be possible with 32 a bit system to enter in Вf. Not to play and simply to enter or even entrance will be impossible? You cannot run a 64-bit application on a 32-bit system. This will cause you to experience a standard Windows error: "game. EXE is not a Win32 application."

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