I would say more like, it makes sure the processor is more efficient when operating.--I guess I just see the world from a fisheye. -Eden Dark_ArchonisOct 29, 2002, 4:11 AM Indeed, I believe Windows XP might have similar requirements.This hyperthreading issue was fixed with Service pack 5 of Windows 2000 and both the Home and Pro Versions of Windows XP understand virtual Top mattsteg Gerbil God Posts: 15781 Joined: Thu Dec 27, 2001 7:00 pm Location: Applauding the new/old variable width forums Contact: Contact mattsteg ICQ Website AOL Quote #5 Wed Sep Thus, there are only two operating systems left to be used: Windows XP and Linux (with the Kernel from the 2.4.x version or superior). check my blog
I remember trying to use hyperthreading on win 2k about a year ago. The issues surrounding Windows 2000 and hyper-threading are because Windows 2000 didn't know that it was actually a Virtual core, and as a result treated it just like a logical CPU Shuttle SN25P nForce4 & A64 4000 939 90nm1024MB Corsair XMS PC3200 CAS2 ATI RADEON X850XT 256MB PCIEDual 74GB 10K WD RaptoRAID XP Pro SP2 Top Starfalcon Gerbilus Supremus Posts: 11839 edenOct 28, 2002, 9:14 AM Have it your way, you are going down, under the name of THGC's sane users!--I guess I just see the world from a fisheye. -Eden Black_CatOct http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=756086
that works?!? Certain instruction sets require different Operating modes.By that token, an Operating System's "Support" for instruction sets is really just determined by what CPU mode it operates in. The only reason to upgrade to vista is DX10. Someone has been asleep!
ID: 635828 · kittymanVolunteer tester Send message Joined: 9 Jul 00Posts: 47251Credit: 837,970,544RAC: 280,968 Message 635833 - Posted: 7 Sep 2007, 20:24:36 UTC - in response to Message 635828. It is only with some of our newer clients, whose servers have Windows 2003 server on them, that the task manager shows 8 processors, 4 logical and 4 real. Is Windows 2000 capable of handling all 4 cores? The equivalent SRAM 'breakthrough' for 90 nm was announced in March 2002: Here.
If you look at Intel's documentation on Hyperthreading they will only list Windows XP versions of OS for it's support. I hope, before you go blasting the "Lamer" on the other end of the line, please kindly bear in mind that he earning a minimum wage. NEWS BREADBOX PODCASTS BLOGS SYSTEMS MULTIMEDIA MISCELLANY ARCHIVE ABOUT US Search… Search Search… Search Quick links Unanswered topics Active topics Search The team Forum FAQ New posts Unread posts Active topics http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/72887-28-hyperthreading-windows-2000 In order to work, that technology has to be enabled in the setup of the motherboard.
Or there is Linux and you can simply run as many cores as you wish with that. (No cores/sockets Windows confusions either...) Good luck, Martin See new freedom: Mageia5 See & Quote #1 Wed Sep 08, 2004 10:08 am I was wondering if Hyperthreading is available through some kind of patch or whatnot in Windows 2000. As most would tell you here, especially imgod2u who vocally stated it many times, it's the x86 architecture which simply isn't much tailored for parallelism. My reasons are NOT reasons most users are going to face, so please don't take that as a reason to favor Win2K + HT vs.
ONE physical proc + HT (2 x logical procs) being used while the other PHYSICAL proc lays there dead to the OS.5c. http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/activating-the-hyper-threading-technology/ Also, will it provide any real performance advantage? The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. It may be added with one of those. "I used to think the brain was the most amazing organ in the entire body.
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Only the latest Pentium 4 motherboards have such capacity. Hyperfish Oct 3, 2003 Re: WPA... Top zgirl Grand Gerbil Poohbah Posts: 3986 Joined: Tue Jan 01, 2002 7:00 pm Location: The dark side of the moon Contact: Contact zgirl WLM Quote #7 Wed Sep 08, Before posting on our computer help forum, you must register.
In systems with two processors or in which the Hyper-Threading technology is activated, there will be two graphs showing the use rate of the processors. There hasn't been any *noticeable* performance difference under normal usage. The hotel may already has broadband support via xDSL modems for a few years, and since Wi-Fi has only been more popular during the last 2 years or so, it may
Thank you guys for your help. Thanks for doing a great job; The Inquirer keeps me going. First, your CPU must support this technology. For example, Hyper-threading is "supported" in the sense that the Kernel now needs to consider differences between Hyper-threaded "virtual" cores and actual CPU cores when it comes to scheduling thread affinity
slipe Oct 3, 2003 Win XP or Win2K with hyperthreading CPU skeys Oct 3, 2003 Re: Win XP or Win2K with hyperthreading CPU Tom Bunkley Oct 3, 2003 Good variety. But this is not why I wrote. They will identify multiple processors with hyperthreading but they don't properly support it.
Win2k Professional supports only 2 CPUS; you need Win2k server to use 4 CPUS. ID: 636527 · Message boards : Number crunching : OS requirement(s) of quad core CPUs ©2017 University of California [email protected] and Astropulse are funded by grants from the Windows 95/98/98SE/Me don't support multiple processors so it doesn't help at all to have it turned on in the first place. Project Help Donate Porting Graphics Add-ons Science About [email protected] About Astropulse Science newsletters Nebula Computing Statistics Server status Technical news Applications Certificate World view Community Message boards Questions and Answers Teams
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