Reverse Hyper-Threading?

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Brtnboarder495

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"It seems that all AM2 CPUs were outfitted with a support for Reverse-HyperThreading, an architectural change which enables software to think that it is working on a single-core alone. By combining two cores, the company has been able to produce the six IPC "core" that will go head to head against four IPC "core" from Conroe/Merom/WoodCrest combo."

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BennyV04988

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uhh....there like...an ENTIRE THREAD on this already...6 pages actually. and its very active. What on earth is that anyway? how about a source?

Another forum? lol. I want benches, not words. :rolleyes:
 

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buncha rumours, i've looked into this matter and AMD hasn't released any sort of info whatsoever about this topic, probably because they are still busy with their 4x4 thingy and their 65nm products, so if this thing will really exist (Although that in the future it wont be needed because most things will work on dual cores already) it wont be in the year of 2006, and definantly not untill Q3 2007.
 
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