Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 10th Oct 2005 19:31 UTC
Apple You decide over the realness of this: "Without giving much details, those captures shows MacOSX x86 running on a 4 physical CPU-based MacIntel with Hyperthreading enable. One can clearly see 4 physical processors recognized while 8 logical processors are recorded by the CPU monitor."
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What to stop this from happening?
by whartung on Mon 10th Oct 2005 21:23 UTC
whartung
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2005-07-06

I mean, why wouldn't it be real? What's to prevent Mac OS X from running on 4 processors?

Besides, didn't we see something earlier about Mac OS's basic issues with MP machines in general? Running in to a lot of locking and contention issues?

Maybe they're working on that as well...

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