Which one is better?

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  1. Humorecek12

    Humorecek12 Forum Greenhorn

    Hello, i have Drakensang Online and Drakensang Online 64bit.
    I have a question. Which one is better for graphics ?
  2. Veteran666

    Veteran666 Junior Expert

    Client version (32bit or 64bit) has nothing to do with graphics.The only difference is that 64bit version is more stable (almost zero nebula errors)
  3. ΣMiwel

    ΣMiwel Forum Ambassador

    Nope. It has almost nothing to do with stability as well.

    64bit version utilises longer variables, which means that an overflow of a variable is less probable (since game is build on the edge of 32bit, impossible) and thus nebula errors related to that overflow do not happen.

    Think of it this way:
    Those two versions are actually breweries. They're the same and are using the same ingredients, same methods, same pumps, same everything... but the 64bit one is using twice as big fermentation vessels as the 32bit one, while it is pumping the same amount of wort into the vessel. Since the amount is about the maximum amount a 32bit vessel can contain, the 64bit vessels can make you 100% sure that it won't flow out, and the amount can even be slightly raised to increase the efficiency.
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  4. TwiliShadow

    TwiliShadow Count Count

    Nice explanation. Sounds like one of mine.

    See, long time ago I had many cars with 4 cylinders. They'd wear out in about 4 years cause I'd be running near capacity. Then I got a truck with 6 cylinders. 15 years later I traded that in with an engine that was still in great condition since I was only running it at 60% capacity. Now I have a bigger truck with 8 cylinders.... and pull a big-ol 31.5 ft camper and still stay less then 60% capacity most of the time. :)

    When you don't overflow, you don't spill. ;)

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