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Bringing back memories

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LOL just thought id bring back some memories. My friends am3 setup fried on him and he is running a prescott rig as a backup on water Until his am3 comes back from rma . Heres some validations ....... http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1958891
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Why did they remove HT in the pentium dual cores?
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2xWD640AAHLS + Hitachi 2TB 7200RPM + 2x150gb VRapt HP IDE + LG SATA Win 7 x64 ult 15" 1024x768 Dell (visually impaired) 
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cause it didnt work worth a crap and nothing was coded for dualcores back then much less quad thread
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