How do I know serevr installed with ia64, x64

Posted on 2011-05-06
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I wonder what cpu architecture installed on our server, from device manager is says Intel Xeon, bit how to check if its running on Ia64,X64 or
Question by:motioneye
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Try CPU-z, it should tell you.  You can also confirm (once getting the exact model) by looking it up at http://ark.intel.com.

You may also be able to see it in the BIOS.
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Very Easily.  Xeon is x86/x64 only.  IA64 chips are Intel Itanium
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Good call ... I think I jumped to the conclusion he just wanted to know if it was 64-bit or not, missing the IA64 part.  As leew said, Itanium is a class of its own and not part of the Xeon line-up, so if it is a Xeon, it is not IA64.  If you want to know if your Xeon is 64-bit capable, then check the BIOS or use CPU-z.

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