BIOS Questions that don't belong in the other forums. Read them!
#69662 by adamlevine
Thu Dec 07, 2017 9:26 am
The number of workers, “hyper-threading” technology and the ability to automatically overclock Turbo Boost
Every day, we will find the words such as Dual Core, Core 2 Duo, Quad Core, … What are they? Mean? That’s the term for multipliers in a CPU chip support (usually the number of Physics).
At present, the market has common CPU types:
-Two CPU: AMD Phenom II X 2, Intel Dual Core, Core 2 Duo
-CPU: AMD II X 4 four human Phenome, Quad Core, the Intel Core i3, Core i5, Core i7 -CPU: AMD Phenom II 6 X 6, Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition 980 x, …
-CPU 8 Entertainment: Octa-Core processor and the CPU used in your server such as Intel Xeon E7 2820, AMD FX 8350, …
-10: The CPU processor Core CPU used in the air, Deca server such as Intel Xeon E72850.
To see and can be adjusted for the application you want, just run on a physical CPUat your disposal while running multiple CPUS then you can open the Task Manager interface and right-click the application/process would you like to see and do Edit, then select Set Affinity. However, this correction is not necessary if you do not understand about the operating system because it may cause an error when running some applications that need multiple processors.