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Old Feb 19, 2006, 01:19 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by FX-Overclocking
This beggs the question: Why didn't they just release a general patch that included numerous fixed and not just a Hyper Threading patch??? Also, why make special notes that the patch is for Intel CPU's only? It's all very odd.
No where in the patch does it say that it's only for HT processors.

HTT emulates having multiple processors, anything they could do to make it run better on HTT enabled systems would automatically run better on ANY multiprocessor system unless there was a malicious (and unnecissairy/unethical) check to see what CPU you are running.

This probably is not the case, and this patch is NOT A BAD THING.

Just because they worked with intel to develop it and did not specifically mention AMD dosen't mean it was meant to hurt anyone's performance.
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