which MX is right?

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    linuxdaddylinuxdaddy

    I was wondering what the chipset cut-off is on MX with the
    64-bit release on old and new. I have a few pc/laptops that are 64-bit
    and wondering which version to download for them?
    I posted this here as I’m not on MX forum and realize are closely connected.
    what are considered old and new (i3, i7, a4, a10) etc. kernel wise?

    • This topic was modified 7 months ago by linuxdaddy. Reason: added to

    Normal == 🙂
    depends on the surrounding crowd ?!

    #33081
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    Avatarchrispop

    If you are asking whether to use the AHS version, the answer is probably no, unless your hardware won’t work with the standard version.
    Having said that, during testing the AHS version appeared to work OK with much older hardware than it was intended for.

    Chris

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    Avatarseaken64

    Do you have a USB key drive? I suggest you download the iso files in question and try them out on a LiveUSB. I would start with the latest 19.1 64-bit.

    Seaken64

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