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Re: F9 and move to Hyperthreaded processor



Jerry Feldman wrote:
Be wary of hyperthreading. AFAIK, Intel no longer supports this feature in their processors. First, there are a number of applications that actually suffer from hyperthreading. For instance, my company's product runs significantly slower on a system with hyperthreading enabled. So, make sure you runs some tests. It was a good idea to extend the old single core processors. A colleague of mine also found some bugs in the microcode.


Hyperthreading is returning in the new Intel CPUs (i7). FYI.


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