Am Sonntag, 3. Juni 2007 schrieb Alex R:
> On Sat, 02 Jun 2007 18:43:52 -0500, JD Bronson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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> to 0, i will try setting it to 1 and see what happens. The CPU is a LGA775
> Pentium-M with EMT64 I think, I remember the CPU box saying dual core on it
> (not core duo though). Pentium 4 was socket 478 from memory or did Intel do
> a Pentium 4 in LGA775 too?

Yes, they had P4 in LGA775 for quiet some time.
I'm quiet sure that a 3GHz CPU is NetBurst architecture, pentium-m never 
reached that clock. But regardless of the architecture, therre were relad 
Dula Core Pentium 4 (xxxD) and the old hyperthreaded.
If it was a Dual Core CPU FreeBSD wouldn't report "Logical CPUs per core" 
but "Cores per package"

-Harry

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