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    64 bit x86 confusion

    On a now closed Thread, your monderator Wantonwanton stated that x86 was 32 bit only and wasn't supported. He referred to x86-64 bit as x64, suggesting that is supported. Did Super Cell only intend to drop support for older 32bit x86 and to still support x86-64 as suggested by Wantonwanton? The pixel slate I have is the 8200Y core i5 cpu which is 64 bit (link to details below)

    https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us...-3-90-ghz.html

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    Same with me. Hope they fix the issue ASAP.

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    Wotanwaton is not a moderator and is not affiliated with Supercell in any way. All we've been told is that x86 support has been removed. I haven't heard anything to suggest the bit size makes any difference.
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    Here is what i wrote. And what you show is a x64cpu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wotanwaton View Post
    Here is what i wrote. And what you show is a x64cpu.
    This isn't true. Intel list this cpu as supporting x86-64. Supercell probably shouldn't have a guy that list forum master under his name stating things that aren't correct. it causes confusion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rlaurin1 View Post
    This isn't true. Intel list this cpu as supporting x86-64.
    This is what your link contains.





    Supercell probably shouldn't have a guy that list forum master under his name stating things that aren't correct. it causes confusion.
    This thing under our names are "fun" stuff for reaching specific post counts.

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    My Lenevo yoga book which is a portable device with android 7.1.1 has the same issues > black screen > error report.
    You guys didnt do your homework too well, I must state that people spend money on gems and season passes, I hope you feel the pressure to fix this . because we play coc on legitimate devices,

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    This is frustrating. I play on a Google PixelBook. It isn't working now. Might be the end of my clashing days if Chromebooks are no longer supported.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SharkyFinn View Post
    Wotanwaton is not a moderator and is not affiliated with Supercell in any way. All we've been told is that x86 support has been removed. I haven't heard anything to suggest the bit size makes any difference.
    could you please tell me where it is said x86 support has been removed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tornadoclashing View Post
    could you please tell me where it is said x86 support has been removed?
    https://forum.supercell.com/showthre...l-Global%21%29
    Scroll down to the part "additional information" at the end.

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