64-Bit support for VT enabled computer

I have a desktop computer with following hardware specifications :

(1)  Intel Quad Core Processor Q6600 (8M Cache, 2.40 GHz, 1066 MHz FSB)
(2)  Intel Desktop Board DG45ID Media Series

The Motherboard is VT ENABLED.

Is it possible to install 64-Bit Windows OS in that computer?
hchabriaAsked:
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lee555J5Commented:
The short answer is yes.
All Intel Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Quad CPUs are 64-bit processors.
Lee
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hchabriaAuthor Commented:
Thanks Lee. However, attached herewith my system information for better understanding about my system. Please assure me for the 64-bit support.
SystemInfo.jpg
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hchabriaAuthor Commented:
Please note that in the above picture "System Type" is x86-based PC, but the "Processor(s)" is showing x64 Family...here comes my confusion about it's compatibility with x64-bit OS.
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lee555J5Commented:
See the "x64 Family", and I know that the Q6600 is a 64-bit processor.
Lee
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hchabriaAuthor Commented:
But what's about System Type : x86-based PC? Please confirm me and accordingly I'll order for 64-bit OS.
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lee555J5Commented:
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proadminCommented:
I'm pretty sure the x86 based system refers to the kernel and not the operating system. You should be ok with a 64-bit processor because thats the requirement for 64-bit. Hope that helps!
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hchabriaAuthor Commented:
Thanks your prompt support..
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