I'm building a new desktop and want to take the 64-bit route so it can stay "top of the line" for quite a while. (See my other post at http://www.experts-exchange.com/Hardware/Q_21831900.html
for more information.)
I don't understand why there are 64-bit compatible motherboards that use DDR ram. It seems like with 64-bit processing, you would almost need DDR2 RAM. I've been looking around at various ASUS 64-bit motherboards (that use AMD processors), and they all seem to only support DDR RAM. Wouldn't running a 64-bit processor with DDR ram be at a major disadvantage compared to DDR2 RAM? Thanks!