Originally posted by str8lazy
AMD has Hyper-Transport, its the same exact thing as Hyper-Threading
No Hyper-transport is NOT hyper-threading. Hyper-Threading creates the illusion of a dual processor computer. Hyper-Transport is, directly from AMD's website
"HyperTransport technology is designed to:
Provide significantly more bandwidth than current technologies
Use low-latency responses and low pin counts
Maintain compatibility with legacy PC buses while being extensible to new SNA (Systems Network Architecture) buses.
Appear transparent to operating systems and offer little impact on peripheral drivers."
"HyperTransport technology is a high-speed, low latency, point-to-point link designed to increase the communication speed between integrated circuits in computers, servers, embedded systems, and networking and telecommunications equipment up to 48 times faster than some existing technologies. "
Originally posted by knuckl50
slvrstang is wrong. when you have 2 drives in a raid0 array, the space is added together. also, they come in 36 gb drives, not 32. so youll have 72 gb of space.
Yes, i was very very tired.