On Fri, Mar 24, 2006 at 08:46:54AM -0600, Dave Dutcher wrote:
> > > The machine has 2x Intel dual core processors (3GHz) and 2 Gigs of
> > Unless I missed some big news recently, no such CPU exists.
> > Hyperthreading is absolutely not the same as dual core, and many
> > have found that it's best to disable hyperthreading on database
> Maybe I'm confused by the marketing, but I think those CPUs do exist.
> According to New Egg the Pentium D 830 and the Pentium D 930 both are
> dual core Pentiums that run at 3Ghz. It also specifically says these
> processors don't support hyper threading, so I believe they really have
> two cores. Maybe you are thinking he was talking about a 3Ghz Core
A quick google shows I'm just behind the times; Intel does have true
dual-core CPUs now.
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