from the multithreading-and-superthreading-too dept.
radiokills writes "Ars Technica has a highly-informative technical paper up on Hyper-Threading. It's a technical overview of how simultaneous multithreading works, and what problems it will introduce. It also explains why comparing the technology to SMP is Apples to Oranges, in a sense. Starting with the 3 GHz Pentium 4, this tech will be standard in Intel's desktop lines (it's already in the Xeon), so this is important stuff."
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