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Old 08-06-2006, 11:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys, what is the problem here, this is the processor I have http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819103562

This is what EVEREST says about it:







The top picture is the problem, according to EVEREST my processor does not come with Hyper Thread Technology on it, but according to newegg it does...
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However the Mobo does say it has HyperTransport Clock 1000 MHz, is this the Hyper Transport?
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Um, yeah.

Hyper-Threading is an Intel thing. It made a single-core *seem* like a dual-core to the operating system.

You have a dual core, so why would you want Hyper-Threading anyway?
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You might have it disabled in BIOS.
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Oh my god, what are you people talking about?

HyperTransport is NOT the AMD version of Hyper-Threading.

AMD WILL NEVER HAVE HYPER-THREADING, AND INTEL WONT EITHER!

It is NOT disabled in the BIOS, it IS NOT THERE and it is NOT NEEDED!
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Um, yeah.

Hyper-Threading is an Intel thing. It made a single-core *seem* like a dual-core to the operating system.

You have a dual core, so why would you want Hyper-Threading anyway?
He said Hyper-Transport, not Hyper-Threading.
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Oh my god, what are you people talking about?

HyperTransport is NOT the AMD version of Hyper-Threading.

AMD WILL NEVER HAVE HYPER-THREADING, AND INTEL WONT EITHER!

It is NOT disabled in the BIOS, it IS NOT THERE and it is NOT NEEDED!
Oh, it's not there?

What's this then?
http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/...2_2353,00.html
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Oh, well he said Hyper Transport after that.
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Dude, all day you have been posting without reading. He even highlighted in one of the pictures "Hyper-Threading Technology ------- Not Supported"

You really need to read. Hyper-Threading is NOT for AMD, and won't be part of any new Intel processors ever again.
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