Jonathan Horne wrote:
well, wikipedia says this (something that i just now learned about standard
pentium4 line of processors)
HyperThreading was present in all Northwood CPUs, but was disabled in the core
in all but the 3.06 GHz model.
That's not true. I have a 2.6 GHz Northwood, and it supports
HyperThreading (however I'm not running FreeBSD on it, so I can't help
you with SMP).
You can use the Intel Processor Spec Finder
(http://processorfinder.intel.com/) to discover the capabilities of your
CPU, but I think the "HTT" that appears in the dmesg output stands for
Hyper Threading Technology.
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