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Old 04-16-2006, 03:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I was just looking through a program that I got called "PCWizard 2006" and I noticed something strange. This program is a program that looks at all of your computers hardware and tells you about it and I just read something that confuses me. I have a P4 system that is a couple years old and I knew it didnt have "Hyperthreading" when I bought it and never thought twice about it until tonight.

Anyway, while looking through this program I checked out the "Processor" tab. This program is telling me everything from its speed to its serial number. Well, this is everything it had listed......notice the "HTT" tag and how it says YES & the "Hyperthreading enabled" and how it says NO:

General Information :
Type : Intel Pentium 4
Internal Specification : Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.50GHz
Codename : Northwood
Revision : D1
Technology : 0.13ยต
CPU ID : F.2.9
Brand ID : 9
Microcode : MU0F2914
Number of Core : 1

Features :
VME - Virtual Mode Ext. : Yes
DE - Debugging Extension : Yes
PSE - Page Size Extension : Yes
TSC - Time Stamp Counter : Yes
MSR - Model Specific Registers : Yes
PAE - Physical Address Extension : Yes
MCE - Machine Check Exception : Yes
APIC - Local APIC Built-in : Yes
SEP - Fast System Call : Yes
MTRR - Memory Type Range Reg. : Yes
PGE - Page Global Enable : Yes
MCA - Machine Check Architecture : Yes
PAT - Page Attribute Table : Yes
PSE36 - 36-bit Page Size Extension : Yes
PSN - Unique Serial Number : No
DS - Debug Trace & EMON Store : Yes
ACPI - Software Clock Control : Yes
SS - Self Snoop : Yes
TM - Thermal Monitor : Yes
HTT - Hyper-Threading : Yes
SBF - Signal Break on FERR : Yes
MON - Monitor/Mwait : No
DSCPL - CPL qualified Debug Store : No
TM2 - Thermal Monitor 2 : No
CID - Context ID : Yes
EST - Enhanced SpeedStep Tec... No
XD Bit - No-execute Page Protec... No
VT - Vanderpool Technology : No

Miscellaneous :
FPU - Co-processor Built-in : Yes
CX16 - CMPXCHG16B : No
CMOV - Conditionnal Move Inst. : Yes
CLF - Cache Line Flush : Yes
FXSR - Fast Float Save & Restore : Yes
DAZ - Denormals Are Zero : Yes
MMX Technology : Yes
SSE Technology : Yes
SSE2 Technology : Yes
SSE3 Technology : No
EM64T Technology : No
IA-64 Technology : No
PBE - Pend. Brk. EN. : Yes

Features Hyper-Threading :
Technology Enabled : No

Advanced Settings :
In Order Queue Depth : 12
Fast-Strings : Yes
x87 FPU Opcode : No
Thermal Monitor : Yes
Split-Lock : Yes
Performance Monitoring : Yes
Prefetch Queue : Yes
Branch Trace Storage : Yes
C1E - Enhanced Halt State : No

Mainboard Upgradebility :
Socket/Slot : WMT478/NWD
Upgrade interface : Slot 1
Supported Speed : 1500 MHz (or more)
Supported Voltage : 1.8V

Ok, I have an HP Pavillion a335w. Its not a blazer but it does everything I want to do however Im getting more into gaming. I can play Doom 3 on high and with my new graphics card I can play any game but sometimes have to lower the settings.

Is it possible that my CPU HAS "Hyperthreading" and HP decided to disable it or use a MOBO that doesnt support it for whatever reason!?!

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Old 04-16-2006, 03:42 AM   #2 (permalink)
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after more research, I think It doesnt.

Maybe the proggie is wrong?

Im 99.999% it doesnt.

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Old 04-17-2006, 03:36 PM   #3 (permalink)

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i have a northwood p4 and in my bios it says i have hyperthreading enabled even tho i dont have it. i havent tried pcwizard but i'll give it a go.

you dont have hyperthreading. HTT is your FSB and is only used with AMD's

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Old 04-17-2006, 04:01 PM   #4 (permalink)
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HTT is AMD ONLY.... it is Hyper TRANSPORT

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ya i just said that. u sure u dont have an AMD? lol

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