Hyper-threading technology

  Bailey08787 13:43 30 Dec 03
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Anyone know why this footer on the intel site says this: "1Hyper-Threading Technology requires a computer system with an Intel® Pentium® 4 processor at 3.06 GHz or higher" click here



and then on another page it says this "Intel extends Hyper-Threading Technology† to a variety of desktop PCs, with the new Intel® Pentium® 4 processor, featuring an advanced 800 MHz system bus and speeds ranging from 2.40C to 3.20 GHz." click here&

  rickf 13:51 30 Dec 03

All 800fsb CPUs are HT capable, even if it is P4 2.4. If I am not mistaken even some 533frsb are able to do this as well. Just upgraded from a 2.4(400) to a 2.8(800) with HT and it flies.

  Bailey08787 13:53 30 Dec 03

i thought that too - so I assume the footnote is a mistake.

  rickf 14:01 30 Dec 03

BTW, Shop around for the CPU. I got my 2.8(800fsb)retail from a comp.fair for £140.

  Stuartli 15:12 30 Dec 03

Hyperthreading is not actually a new technology, despite the hype...

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