Posted 06 August 2006 - 09:09 AM
Hyper-Threading is an Intel processor technology. It means the motherboard supports Intel processors using Hyper-Threading. As for what it is, you can look at this Intel flash
, if you can stomach all the marketing. It has a nice way of showing the differences between single-core/hyper-threading/dual-core.
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