32-bit

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32-bit
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32-bit can refer to a CPU or memory interface that is capable of addressing and transferring 32 bits of data per clock cycle. In more technical terms, this means processors can work with 32-bit binary numbers (decimal numbers up to 4,294,967,295); anything larger, and the computer would need to break the data into smaller pieces.