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Opinions anyone on Zen-Fire 64-bit using NT7b22?

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Opinions anyone on Zen-Fire 64-bit using NT7b22?

64-bit Zen-fire can now be used with NT7b22. I am trialing it. Has anyone any comments on using this to date?

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I don't notice any difference between 32 and 64 bit in live trading.

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I run win7 64bit and I run win XP 32bit.

I find NT faster on XP32bit. Am I wrong ?

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Interesting question as I've learned 32 bit Windows can only use just under 2 gigs of the 6 gigs of ram on my computer. I've searched and there doesn't appear to be any way to get around this other than switching to 64 bit. Nevertheless, most charts and indicators are more processor intensive especially when selecting "false" re the "calculate on bar close" option which I like.

So, I'm curious if anybody has seen a difference especially with this "false" re "bar close" option selected using 64 bit. A deductable means to see if it's more a processor issue than a ram issue. If only a processor issue than I'll stay 32 bit. THx for any feedback!

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Interesting question as I've learned 32 bit Windows can only use just under 2 gigs of the 6 gigs of ram on my computer. I've searched and there doesn't appear to be any way to get around this other than switching to 64 bit. ...
So, I'm curious if anybody has seen a difference especially with this "false" re "bar close" option selected using 64 bit. A deductable means to see if it's more a processor issue than a ram issue. If only a processor issue than I'll stay 32 bit. THx for any feedback!

Have you seen the 'hack' available here: https://futures.io/ninjatrader-programming/76-ninja-6-5-largeaddressaware-hack.html

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I lack the experience to try the hack. Thx though!

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I find 64 bid doesn't crash as much as previous versions. The 64 bit zenfire loads historical data faster.

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I am using Ninja 7.22 64bit/Zenfire with windows 7 64 bit. My machine has a quad processor and 8 gig of ram. I find launch time significantly shorter than with 7. 21 i.e I load a 6 chart, 4 DOM workspace and data in 1min and 15 or so secs. Have had no problems so far. I would rate 7.22 as the best NinjaTrader yet.

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Good evening,

Is Zen-Fire 64 bits available as a demo too ? where can I try it ? do you have a link ?
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