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I have a Intel 64-bit laptop with 8GB. I found somewhere that if I want to take the most out of my machine I should use the 64-bit version. But, is it correct that I can use the "Desktop image for 64-bit PC (AMD64) computers" (http://releases.ubuntu.com/13.04/) on my machine?

Intel Core i7 2670QM

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Yes, you can use the AMD64 version for intel laptops. This question is answered at Can I use the -amd64.iso CDs to install on an Intel 64-bit computer?

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amd-64 means 64-bit cpu pc,both Intel and AMD

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