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  • 67 months ago
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Intel cores have it built into the CPU. No messing with hardware or software. Hyperthreading is part of the i3 and i7 series of CPUs. No tinkering.

  • 67 months ago
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Ok, sounds good. Thanks

  • 67 months ago
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2 physical cores, about 1.5 - 2 threads per core depending on clocking and operation. As he said, nothing on your end to configure, automatic. i7 is 4 cores with the same so effectively 8 cores to Windows.

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