I am building a new computer and I"m am wondering exactly what hyperthreading is. I heard it is used to "double" the output of the processor, but i am not sure. I also heard that an 800MHz FSB is hyperthreading technolgy, but I am also not sure. Could you please tell me what is and how to identify it?
This question was answered on May 22, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.
Hyper-Threading Technology enables multi-threaded software applications to execute threads in parallel This level of threading technology has never been seen before in a general-purpose microprocessor Today with Hyper-Threading Technology, processor-level threading can be utilized which offers more efficient use of processor resources for greater parallelism and improved performance on today's multi-threaded software Hyper-Threading (HT) Technology is available on notebook and desktop systems Look for systems with the Hyper-Threading Technology logo which your system vendor has verified utilize HT Technology An Intel processor that supports HT Technology is the 800 MHz system bus: 3.40 GHz, 3.20 GHz.
About the author
Posted by michael of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on May 22, 2004
Need Help with this Issue?
We help people with technology! It's what we do.
Contact or Schedule an Appointment with a location for help!