Originally Posted by WYSIWUG
Some big severs and mainframes (if still used) motherboards can have more then one CPU socket, then you need a OS that can "link" the CPU's together.
Need I say more?
If it is a motherboard that supports two CPU's then the CPU's have to be identical otherwise the motherboard does not work.....
Intel Xeon CPU's were mainly used on server boards that supported two CPU's.
All Windows OS's can be used to link PC,s such as networking, why you state an OS to link the CPU's is bit baffling if any your lack of understanding how dual processors work in a motherboard.