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I am currently switching from Windows 7 to Ubuntu 13.04. When i download the .iso file from Ubuntu.com I notice that it said AMD64 and i have a intel cpu. Is there a certain version i need for intel chips.

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the normal one is for X86 Intel systems with are 32 bit the 64 bit systems are X86-64 or AMD64 –  zeitue Jul 3 '13 at 6:23

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It depends on your computer's architecture. Check whether you have a 64 bit or 32 bit OS. If it is 64 bit you can choose either amd64 or i386. If it is 32 bit you must choose i386.

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Nope , amd64 will work fine with you intel chips , its just the naming convention.

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