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I've been googling and searching forums but I can't find a real answer. Do emulators such as epsxe and snes9x work OK on most windows 7 64 bit machines? I'm asking because I'm getting a computer that will probably be running windows 7 64 and one of the main reasons why I want a better computer is so I can run those emulators better than I'm running them on my current machine(a cheap old crappy laptop).
 

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Yes because I am Windows 7 64 bit user and work very well with game emulators. :)
 

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Have fun then. :)
 

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I've also using Win 7 x64, and every single one of my games runs absolutely perfect, even on full settings. Here's my specs:

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CPU: Pentium Dual Core 2.66ghz @ 3.03ghz
GFX: Xotac GeForce 9500 GT 1GB
RAM: GeiL 2GB DDR2-800
Any simliar machine should get the same results :p
 

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I've also using Win 7 x64, and every single one of my games runs absolutely perfect, even on full settings. Here's my specs:

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CPU: Pentium Dual Core 2.66ghz @ 3.03ghz
GFX: Xotac GeForce 9500 GT 1GB
RAM: GeiL 2GB DDR2-800
Any simliar machine should get the same results :p
^True story. Though I have a weaker Graphic Card. And my CPU runs at 2.80GHz (2.50 when not clocked)
 

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I'm running Windows 7 64 bit on full settings.Only annoying thing is that you haf to have the Run on Admin enabled in properties so you can edit any option without 7 interfering with you altering stuff when you may want too.But other then that its very well worthed the deal.
 

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I'm running Windows 7 64 bit on full settings.Only annoying thing is that you haf to have the Run on Admin enabled in properties so you can edit any option without 7 interfering with you altering stuff when you may want too.But other then that its very well worthed the deal.
Or just turn UAC off which automatically puts you in Admin mode.
 
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