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Old 07-27-2005, 03:33 PM   #21
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All Intels?

As far as i know, only the 5xx and 6xx lines of Pentium 4's have Hyper-Threading.

All Socket-754 and Socket-939 CPU's have HyperTransport.
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I was under the impression most people called HyperTransport HTT?
If HTT was HyperTransport, then what would the last "T" stand for? HTT is supposed to be Hyper Threading Technology.
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All Intels?

As far as i know, only the 5xx and 6xx lines of Pentium 4's have Hyper-Threading.

All Socket-754 and Socket-939 CPU's have HyperTransport.
All Pentiums you'll find yourself buying at least :P Not Celerons and Ms at least, I don't think, not sure about Ms. And versions before 5xx have HT, they just don't have EM64T like 5xx and 6xx and 8xx.

HyperTransporT Haha. Nah, I suppose HT Technology would make more sense as HTT, but it is what I call it then
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Dammit, HyperTransport needs an abbreviation.

I've seen Pentium 4's without HTT, Kalthorn. Here: http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/produ...ice&show=stock
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the northwoods i believe dont have HTT.
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If HTT was HyperTransport, then what would the last "T" stand for? HTT is supposed to be Hyper Threading Technology.
Who's to say that Hyper Transport doesn't have a Technology stuck on the end? It could be HTT for Hyper Transport Technology, or maybe the extra T is for the two T's in transport. Just nitpicking the semantics.
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HAHAH, but wikipedia says something different, and ive never heard HyperTransport Technology.
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are you sure it is like a virtual processor? Read more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypertransport
I was talking about Hyper-Threading, not Hyper Transport.
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no intel got the ht abbreviation first so they got the right to it.
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Dammit, HyperTransport needs an abbreviation.

I've seen Pentium 4's without HTT, Kalthorn. Here: http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/produ...ice&show=stock
Hmmm... ones over 3.0 should have it, I thought 2.8s had it. But they don't point it out in any there, so I'm still pretty sure most Pentiums have it, certainly over 3.0 unless they're 8xxs and not the 840. Don't know why they haven't put it up on their listing.
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